I work for a charity and we want to use a Nintendo Wii with a group of clients as it will not be easy for them to see a television screen. Therefore, we would like to project the image onto a large screen. Is it possible to use the Wii with a projector?
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Try the Nintendo web site trouble shooter for Wii. At the end of that trouble shooter you will have the option to send it to Nintendo for a fix.(about $80) You may have a warranty. It's most likely a bad Laser. Not an easy do-it-yourself job, but there are repair shops online and around town that will fix your wii for a bit less money than Nintendo.
I've never seen a projector with DVI ONLY -- double check your projector and all compartments and see if it has any other inputs. The wii can use the regular composite, red, yellow, white output. The wii can use SVideo and the Wii can use component output -- red, green, blue video and red/white audio. I do not think there is a DVI cable for the Wii.
Just spoke to Nintendo Technical support. Seems the rub is in the AC adapter itself.
Need to power down at both ends of the AC adapter--unplug AC adapter from wall output AS WELL AS from back of Wii.
Wait at least two minutes to allow any charge in the adapter itself to
dissapate. Plug adapter into wall first, then back into the Wii,
making sure your peripherals (eg AV receiver, TV, projector if using)
are already on.
Tech support says sometimes you get a partially tripped "fuse" within the AC adapter itself.
This seems to have worked for now--will let the forum know if further problems
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.
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.
Certainly! You should be able to connect the Wii's A/V cables to the inputs on your projector and place the Sensor Bar near the top of the projector screen. If the cable for the Sensor Bar isn't long enough, or if the cable gets in the way, you can purchase a wireless Sensor Bar.