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To put a password on your Wii,
Go to wii Options>Wii Settings
push the + button, and click parental Controls
Click yes and make a 4 digit pin number that's easy for you to
remember, but nothing that someone could easily guess. (like the year
you 1st joined a team or something) push OK, enter it again and push ok.
Choose a secret question, like what they ask you to choose when you
start a new account somewhere (mother's maiden name, your place of
birth, etc.) push ok and type in the answer to that question and push
click "game settings and PIN" and (finally) to block one from playing
games, change the "highest game rating allowed" option to something low
(preferably early childhood so one wont be able to play ANY games
without your permission) by pushing the down icon. hit ok, confirm, and
when you go to play a game, it will ask for the PIN everytime, which
will eventually be a pain in the neck, but at least you'll know your
games are safe
Here are the steps that worked for some: 1. Completely power down the console. 2. Power up the console and get to the Wii Menu. 3. Eject any disc currently in the console. 4. Press the eject button again, without any discs in the drive. 5. Insert the disc that you would like to play.
If this doesn't work then contact Wii customer support.
This is factory default with the Nintendo Wii, Try simply removing the batterieswhen done, OR!, which I do, is hold my hand over the top of the WiiMoteand then press the power button, this prevents the Wii from getting the remote'sinstruction to power down, the remote thinks the Wii got it and then shuts down.Good Luck!
HI, the power sector has failed in your unit. this will cause the issues you are experiencing at this time. you will need to contact Nintendo at this time. they will issue you a repair ticket so that this unit can be repair. the power sector will need to be replaced(Power component failure).
Its possible that the console is overheating. its also possible that the lense is dirty so before buying a new console try using a 10 dollar cleaner,it has saved me a lot of money also try to keep it in a well ventelated area.
Unplug the power adapter at both ends (at the console and especially at the power outlet). Give the capacitors at least a minute to completely dissipate residual energy. Then, hook it back up and it should be good to go.
I would give credit to someone else for this super simple solution. But, it's all over the internet.