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Trying to install wii

When you 1st install the wii it asks to set your language ive tried using the button A to select english, it wont do n e thing, ive tried using the scroll arrows it wont move to select english the llights are working on the remote so i presume its working, i cant get to play it

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Re: trying to install wii

I love the way this works - if everything is plugged in properly, the remote control will be detected by the sensor and you should see an arrow on the screen that you can move by physically moving the remote. Use this to point the arrow to "English", then click "A", then move it again to "confirm" (...or is it "OK"?).

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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