Wii Help

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by zetsuei45, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. zetsuei45
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    zetsuei45 Newbie

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    Sep 13, 2006
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    Yea, I modded my wii with a wiikey and accidentally updated w/ 3.0 update, and though my wii has been working, recently someone dropped my wii and though I can start up my wii, it makes strange noises when I put discs inside, both real and copied, and the games will not play, instead showing me a troubleshooting page. Does anybody have any suggestions for helping me? Just a note, but I've been able to play all of my games even though the wii has been updated, and I'm thinking of opening up my wii to take a look inside to see what happened. Thank you and all help is much appreciated.
     
  2. *Layzie*

    *Layzie* Advanced Member

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    Apr 10, 2007
    sorry cant help u on this one

    the other members will help u out


    but if u dont mind me sayin.....i never will get my wii modded ....once its fucked its fucked no return
     
  3. gamez2003

    gamez2003 Advanced Member

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    Jul 28, 2007
    Even for homebrew??


    Thread starter probbaly best to take it to a console repairer sounds like you did some damage. from what you said it sounds like something got wacked out of place and/or the disk injection mechanism has been broken.
     
  4. Taras

    Taras I'm Not Hating, I'm Just Sayin'

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    Dec 10, 2005
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    Boxcar #142, Santa Fe rail
    1. Corner the person who dropped your Wii (assuming it wasn't you)
    2. Collect $350
    3. Sell your nonworking Wii on craigslist for $400 (it's modded after all)
    4. buy a new Wii when you can find one (not on craigslist)
     
  5. wiifii

    wiifii Member

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    Aug 15, 2007
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    wii is not shock proof. most probably damage if not loose cables?
     
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