HELP! My wii is acting wierd.

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by TheSockNaster, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. TheSockNaster
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    TheSockNaster Kawaii

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    Hi guys i have a wii 4.3U with homebrew on it and when I turn on my wii the fan goes crazy and my contollers don't connect. Can someone please help? Thanks.
     
  2. mightymuffy

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    Does the system menu (or anything?) appear?
    Do you have Gamecube ports (and pad)?
    Have you got priiloader installed?
    Have you got a disc in?
     
  3. TheSockNaster
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    TheSockNaster Kawaii

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    I can connect my wii remote now, but my wii's fan is still acting crazy. I have priiloader, mario party 9 is the disc, i have all the gc stuff for my wii, and my wii is not bricked it shows the system menu.
     
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    Well at least it ain't bricked ehh... just to check, does the fan still whizz so much with no game disc in?
     
  5. TheSockNaster
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    TheSockNaster Kawaii

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    It doesn't whizz at all when there is no game disc. Thanks!
     
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  6. Wizardkoer

    Wizardkoer Wii Veteran - 17

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    Or maybe it's posessed/
     
  7. WII_GUY

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    You should try to clean it. Take all the screws off the case and locate fan, then just clean it with bread piece
     
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