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Wii nintendo bought used how do i reset it


Method One: The Soft Reset The soft reset is the easiest way to reset the Wii, and the least intrusive. There are two ways to perform the soft reset, either using the Wii remote or the button on the console.
To reset the Wii using the Wii remote, begin by pressing the home button (the small button with a house on it). This will bring up a menu screen. Next, move the cursor to the button labeled "Reset" on the screen. Press the "A" button on the remote to select the reset option. This will reset the system.
If the Wii remote is not responding, users can also reset the Wii using the button on the main console. First, locate the button labeled "Reset"--it's on the front of the console, beneath the "Power" button. Press and hold the "Reset" button for two seconds, then release the button. This should reset the system. Users should remember that resetting the Wii will shut down any running programs immediately and destroy any unsaved data, so only reset the Wii if it is causing problems. However, resetting the Wii will not alter any information stored on SD cards.
Method Two: The Hard Reset If the soft reset doesn't fix the Wii, users can also perform what's known as a "hard reset." A hard reset involves disconnecting the Wii's power supply and must be done manually--there are no pre-programmed buttons on the Wii that will perform the hard reset.
To begin the hard reset, find the "Reset" button on the front of the console. Press it for two seconds, then release (this performs a soft reset on the device). Next, press and hold the "Power" button. Continue holding this button until the light in the button switches from green to red--this means that the Wii console has shut down. Now, unplug the AC power adapter cord from the wall outlet or surge protector as well as from the console itself. Allow the Wii to remain like this for five minutes.
Once five minutes have passed, plug the AC power adapter cord back into the console, then connect the other end of the cord to an AC outlet. Press the "Power" button to turn the Wii on. The system should now be running smoothly.
Method Three: Reset Factory Controls Sometimes, Wii users might want to return the system to its original, factory-shipped status and remove any personal data. Nintendo especially recommends doing this before selling or gifting a used Wii to someone else. To perform a factory reset, also known as formatting the system memory, go to the Wii menu and select the "Wii" button, then select "Wii settings." Click on the blue arrow on the right-hand side--this will bring users to a page called "Wii System Settings 3." Select the option labeled "Format Wii System Memory," entering the parental controls PIN if requested. Finally, select "Format" to complete the factory reset. This will remove all hard-drive data from the Wii, and such data cannot be recovered, so users should only perform a factory reset if they're sure they want to do so.

Jan 30, 2017 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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We already have an active Netflix account on our Wii, but we just bought another 'used' Wii and want to add it to our account but it still has previous owners informstion on it what do we do?


reset the wii to factory settings Reseting Your Wii To Factory Settings Instructions
    • 1 Start playing a Wii game. In order to reset the Wii and go back to the main Wii menu, you have to be playing a video game. Click on the game you want to play and allow it to boot up. Once you are done playing the game, you can reset your Wii.
    • 2 Press the "Home" Button. Located on the Wii Remote, it is a button between the "+" and "-" button with a picture of a house on it. This will bring you to a menu that allows you to reset the video game that you are playing. You can only access this menu when you are playing a game.
    • 3 Press the button on the actual Wii. You may have to reset your Wii from the button on the system if your Wii Remote is out of batteries. Simply go up to your Wii and find the button that is nearest to the top of the system. It will be the button that is lit up. Press the button and your Wii will reset.


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Mar 10, 2015 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Forgotten password


If there's no way for you to retrieve the password the last resort will be the hard reset to be able to access your game console

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Knowing how to reset a Wii allowsyou to move quickly from video game to video game. You can reset your NintendoWii from your Wii Remote or on the actual system, depending on which you preferand if your Wii Remote is actually working. Luckily, resetting your Wii fromeither the system or from your Wii Remote is an easy process.
Instructions
1 Start playing a Wii game. In orderto reset the Wii and go back to the main Wii menu, you have to be playing avideo game. Click on the game you want to play and allow it to boot up. Onceyou are done playing the game, you can reset your Wii.2 Press the "Home" Button. Located onthe Wii Remote, it is a button between the "+" and "-"button with a picture of a house on it. This will bring you to a menu thatallows you to reset the video game that you are playing. You can only accessthis menu when you are playing a game.3 Press the button on the actual Wii. You mayhave to reset your Wii from the button on the system if your Wii Remote is outof batteries. Simply go up to your Wii and find the button that is nearest tothe top of the system. It will be the button that is lit up. Press the buttonand your Wii will reset.
Please follow the instruction and it will resolve the problem .Thhank you and have a great day

Dec 04, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Is there a master reset on the wii


Instructions
    • 1

      Locate the "reset" button on the front of the Wii console. Hold it down for a few seconds to reset the device.

    • 2

      Wait for the home screen to appear, then hold down the "power" button on the front of the Wii until the power light turns red and the Wii shuts down.

    • 3

      Unplug the Wii's power supply from the wall outlet or power strip.

    • 4

      Leave the Wii console unplugged for at least five minutes. Reconnect the power supply and press the power button to turn the Wii back on and complete the hard reset.



Nov 06, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Cannot remember old password ,How do I reset so as to use with info that I have entered.in system


Here is how to reset your Nintendo Wii:

1. First, the easy way. A soft reset of the Ninetendo Wii. If you Nintendo Wii has just started acting up and there is no reason to perform a hard reset then follow this instruction. Simply press the reset button and hold down for 2 seconds on your Nintendo Wii Console.

2. Now, for the more advanced hard reset. Interestingly, the Nintendo Wii has NO hard reset facility to be accessed through the machine or via buttons. The ONLY way to hard reset your Nintendo Wii is to UNPLUG it for 5 minutes. Once it is unplugged it resets itself and your badly behaving Nintendo Wii should be restored.

Note: By hard resetting the Nintendo Wii, it will not delete any information on the SD Card that is used for storage. If you wish to delete this data, stick it into a computer with a multi-media card device or a digital camera and reformat it.

May 30, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Wii will not progress past the initial menu page


Here is how to reset your Nintendo Wii:

1. First, the easy way. A soft reset of the Ninetendo Wii. If you Nintendo Wii has just started acting up and there is no reason to perform a hard reset then follow this instruction. Simply press the reset button and hold down for 2 seconds on your Nintendo Wii Console.

2. Now, for the more advanced hard reset. Interestingly, the Nintendo Wii has NO hard reset facility to be accessed through the machine or via buttons. The ONLY way to hard reset your Nintendo Wii is to UNPLUG it for 5 minutes. Once it is unplugged it resets itself and your badly behaving Nintendo Wii should be restored.

Note: By hard resetting the Nintendo Wii, it will not delete any information on the SD Card that is used for storage. If you wish to delete this data, stick it into a computer with a multi-media card device or a digital camera and reformat it.


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Aug 22, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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How do i factory reset ?


Here is how to reset your Nintendo Wii:

1. First, the easy way. A soft reset of the Ninetendo Wii. If you Nintendo Wii has just started acting up and there is no reason to perform a hard reset then follow this instruction. Simply press the reset button and hold down for 2 seconds on your Nintendo Wii Console.

2. Now, for the more advanced hard reset. Interestingly, the Nintendo Wii has NO hard reset facility to be accessed through the machine or via buttons. The ONLY way to hard reset your Nintendo Wii is to UNPLUG it for 5 minutes. Once it is unplugged it resets itself and your badly behaving Nintendo Wii should be restored.

Note: By hard resetting the Nintendo Wii, it will not delete any information on the SD Card that is used for storage. If you wish to delete this data, stick it into a computer with a multi-media card device or a digital camera and reformat it.

Another option to try is to go to the following:
Wii settings and press reformat wii system memory.
The last part of wii settings and press reformat wii system memory.
The last part of wii settings and press reformat wii settings and press reformat wii system memory.

If all else fails you can ask nintendo, you can call them at 1800-255-3700
I hope this helps and good luck.

Oct 28, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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I cannot get to the main menu



1. First, the easy way. A soft reset of the Ninetendo Wii. If you Nintendo Wii has just started acting up and there is no reason to perform a hard reset then follow this instruction. Simply press the reset button and hold down for 2 seconds on your Nintendo Wii Console.

2. Now, for the more advanced hard reset. Interestingly, the Nintendo Wii has NO hard reset facility to be accessed through the machine or via buttons. The ONLY way to hard reset your Nintendo Wii is to UNPLUG it for 5 minutes. Once it is unplugged it resets itself and your badly behaving Nintendo Wii should be restored.

Apr 28, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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I need to know how to reset my wii system?


there are 3 ways to reset,1.press the reset button on the console.2.go to the last page of settings and press system reformat.3.eeek.pull the plug out for 5 minutes.and plug it in again.

Apr 08, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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