Need to send wii in for pixel problem, please advise

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by ninjapig88, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. ninjapig88
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    Newcomer ninjapig88 Newbie

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    Hi guy, the description says it all. I have the pixel problem where there's just some pixels on the screen or "artifacts".


    I first noticed these pixels on a backup launcher channel installed. I thought it was isolated. Then they showed up on a wii-scrubbed game. But yesterday i noticed them slightly, but definitely present on the normal disc and mii channels. So, i'm guessing this is a problem with the wii hardware.

    I'm gonna send it in for repair, can you guys please advise me on how to get it back to stock, so i don't lose my warranty? Thank you.
     
  2. Taleweaver

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    Follow The instructions in this link to completely remove them.


    Keep in mind: nintendo may give you back a different wii, which means that it may be possible that after you resoftmod it, you can't install bootmii as boot2 or load backup discs.
     
  3. ninjapig88
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    Newcomer ninjapig88 Newbie

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    i understand boot2 is for brick protection, but i'm using only a usb loader and some wads...do i really need that brick protection?

    I heard you have to be really stupid to brick it or jump guns on updates. Can you confirm this?
     
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    Member Bladexdsl ZOMG my posts...it's over 9000!!!

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    you've got the VLOD only thing you can do is send it to big N to get it replaced.
     
  5. justmike

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    Nintendo will replace your Wii. No other way to fix it.
     

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