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Wii systems memory

I went on wii settings , then pressed format wii system memory and agreed the format in error i pressed to agree the format button in error and i have lost all the memory - is there anything i can do to get it all back

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  • ahholdpeople Aug 07, 2008

    i pressed the format button cause it sounded cool no i have no memory

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Well if u wont ur memery back go on wii messages the n it will say do you want your memory back then click on it then all your memory is back. i dont know why they say your memory will not come back. bunch of liars, thats why i use my xbox more than my we. :). if this does not work go on www.consolesolutions.com/nintendowii/memory//http.

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Sorry to tell you this... but once you erase your data.... there is absolutely no way to get it back.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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In the future back up your memory onto sd card.
it really helps

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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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:
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If all else fails you can ask nintendo, you can call them at 1800-255-3700
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Hello,

You can try formatting your Wii's memory by going into system settings and click Format wii system memory

Hope this helps!

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