My son pluged in everything to the right port, but the wii menu dose not appear on the screen of the TV. The only thing that works is the sound. What do we do? Please help asasp. Thank you very much Trevor
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Determine if your Internet connection is compatible with the Wii's online console features. If you are using a dial-up connection you will not be able to connect to the Internet through the Wii console. The best connectivity is with a cable, DSL or fiber-optic connection.
Start up your Wii. Go to the main menu. Click on the Wii icon button on the bottom left side of the screen.
Select the "Wii Settings" button with a wrench icon. Go to the "Wii System Settings" menu.
Click on the arrow on the right side of the screen to scroll to page two of the settings. Click on the "Internet" tab.
Select "Connection Settings" from the menu that appears. Your screen should show three connection slots all saying "none" next to them. Select "Connection 1."
Choose "Wireless Connection" from the pop-up screen. A new screen will appear that reads "Search for an Access Point," "Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector," and "Manual Setup." The easiest way to set up the Wii online is to select "Search for an Access Point."
Wait a moment for your Wii to find an access point. When the words "Choose the access point you want to connect to" appear on your screen, click "OK."
Pick your access point. Choose the point that is listed with a green signal strength icon.
Save the settings by clicking "OK." Your Wii console will perform a test. A window will pop up asking you to perform a Wii system update.
Complete the system update. Read and agree to the "User Agreements." You should be able to view movies, TV shows, websites, news and games from your PC on your TV.
the input board may be kaput, sounds like its not recognizing the ports. If its still under warranty, i would be in touch with infocus immediately. this def. sounds like hardware failure. Sorry if this doesnt help much!
Double check the sensor position is set for the top of the tv if that is where you have it mounted or set for the bottom if sensor is there. Also you can try calibrating the remote in the set up portion of the main menu. Not the main menu of the game this is in the Wii main menu, I think the activation utton on screen is either in the lower left or right when you are on the start up screen. I'm at work now and my system is at home so I can't tell that from memmory right now. Hope that helps. Jay