Wii won't work after "incorrect memory card" was inserted.
So, my youngest inserted a disk, and then inserted what he thought was the memory card containing info for that game. He received an "incorrect memory card" error, so he tried another card, and another, and another (4 total tries), at which point, the lights flashed green, yellow, red, then powered down.
No, after unplugging the unit, and replugging, the power light comes on however, if you try ANYTHING else, (install a disk, press reset, press eject, etc.) the power light goes out and won't come back on till it's unplugged and replugged.
Nintendo wants $75.00 for a warranty repair...
I deal with computer/laptop hardware 70 hours a week. This has me stumped. So does the charge from the manufacturer. It's not been physically damaged, unless installing a memory card that has no information pertaining to the game does damage.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Wii won't work after "incorrect memory card" was...
You shouldnt need a memory card to save wii games it has 512mb internal memory.unless your trying to play gamecube games on it.the wiis security features are incredible if it cannot recognize a controller or memory card it will power down.make sure you are using a SD memory card because it will not accept anything else.it will power down for safty reasons.
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You will most likely find that your camera will work with cards up to a certain capacity e.g. 2gb and not with cards of higher capacity. What this means in effect is that high capacity cards are not compatible with your camera. It would be interesting to know the make and model of your camera.
Howdy. you need the free CD from netflix to make the streaming feature work on a Wii. Once the FREE CD is inserted, it will take you through the very short, easy set up step by step on your screen. My favorite way to watch movies at home:)
Yes it is really plug into slot and use but it won't work at all if you won't install drivers. So please go to Sony's website and choose your model there and then download n install drivers. Thats it. Simple or not ?
It sounds like either a firmware problem, or hardware problem...try downloading the proper firmware and if that doesn't work. then it's most likely the card reader of the camera....try taking it in to a camera repair shop.