Hardware Nintendo Wii No Video Error

  • Thread starter Kurisuellegarden
  • Start date
  • Views 1,530
  • Replies 4
K

Kurisuellegarden

Guest
My Wii got unplugged today and now I get no video but sound, working wii motes and all of that. So, I'm deducing the video part on the Wii got broke. What's this exact part and could I replace it? Is there a guide for something like this?
 

koji2009

Well-Known Member
Member
Joined
Mar 13, 2009
Messages
1,193
Trophies
0
XP
197
Country
United States
If the video hardware was completely broken, it would halt the wii's loading execution... I know this is basic, but did you double check all your cables? Make sure you have your TV set to the right input?
 

CarbonX13

GBAtemp 台灣人
Member
Joined
Aug 27, 2010
Messages
1,399
Trophies
0
Location
Vancouver, B.C.
Website
Visit site
XP
137
Country
Taiwan
Yeah, it's likely that when it got unplugged (presumably improperly) you broke the video part of your Wii's video cable. Just buy a new one from Nintendo (or a cheap third-party one if you don't mind it).
 
K

Kurisuellegarden

Guest
I tried three cables, two component and one VGA. And the wii has picture now but it's awful since i notice a thing similar to a scan bar and wavy distortion lines moving up on it, even when it's in Component in 480p, which makes no sense! The wii was crystal clear before. There's no way to replace the internet video thing? Is it just a motherboard?
 

Site & Scene News

Popular threads in this forum

General chit-chat
Help Users
    K3Nv2 @ K3Nv2: Swear it was over you posting your dick in a midget