No signal output

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Feb 19, 2010

No signal output by mariobros1 at 6:16 PM (911 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. mariobros1
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    Hello,
    This time I have 3 more wii's and they all have the same problem...
    No video or audio output,
    I was thinking it could be a fuse in the wii has blown,
    Please reply :3.
     
  2. bjorno

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    Uhm if you get no screen when starting wii up. (no signal error) then it means that:
    A) No system menu >> Wii bricked >> I had that situation also.
    B) Something is going wrong with your cables, right input and ouput?
    C) Your cables are broken.
    If you are sure it isnt B or C, then most likely its answer A.
     
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    Lol its not B or C...
     
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    Newcomer steves334 Advanced Member

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    hahaha u should have learned not to brick your wii after the first one! its so funny how n00bs think they can get their wii fixed by pretending its not their fault that they bricked it.
     
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    >,>,
    I buy broken wiis fix them and sell for a living n00b,
     
  6. Thomas83Lin

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    I figured that, but sense your looking to fix these, and guessing it isn't actually hardware related, it may be worth mentioning this thread dealing with how to unbrick Wii's using a infectus, the method will only work on older wii's that have a vulnerable boot1, and if it isn't hardware related, newer wiis that dont have a vulnerable boot1 you wont be able to fix like this atleast without the keys which you wont have

    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=199055
     
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    for some reason when i read DeadlyFoez's response I am reminded of the fantastic four... "FLAME ON"! lol
     

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