1. SkeletonSmith

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    Hello friends, i have an odd situation. For about a year now, my Wii has been "no signal"ing frequently (around once every 2 minutes). It usually goes for about 3 seconds before returning. But today that reached a breaking point. No signals after 20 seconds, lasting for 10 seconds. Heres video to prove it. >>>
    and here's my syscheck.
    IOS257 base hash:

    a7 15 9d 1c, 70 18 96 e4, cd 7c da 03, 06 d6 c2 ba, 24 04 11 c1


    IOS256 base hash:

    9b dd e2 3c, cd 56 a0 ca, d7 ca fd ce, 51 a3 40 d2, 13 42 9a a4


    IOS80 base hash:

    c7 36 da 0b, 5a 5a 25 f0, 76 2d a5 78, cc 20 89 de, de ed 6f 5d


    IOS62 base hash:

    1d 7f 81 d5, de 4a 2d ca, 76 56 97 3e, 49 ed a4 17, 89 42 33 5f


    IOS61 base hash:

    95 f2 cb 4c, e8 d3 d3 76, 45 66 56 40, 35 db cd 7d, cd 99 24 24


    IOS58 base hash:

    aa 01 bd 67, 7c 20 dc 28, 9c c6 b0 c9, 48 4b d3 f7, cd bc 4b 10


    IOS57 base hash:

    e7 46 07 56, 4c e8 69 2f, cd e1 19 02, 26 d6 a1 dd, 82 4c ef 0c


    IOS56 base hash:

    1b cc cf 07, f1 0c d5 12, be 96 9a a5, d2 36 67 98, 30 71 e6 81


    IOS55 base hash:

    c5 00 19 41, 22 18 21 92, b6 39 c9 d2, 05 fe 3f b3, 43 36 ae 0c


    IOS53 base hash:

    78 68 c0 50, 5c d6 d5 15, 65 d7 d8 0f, f0 a2 d9 d4, 9e 1d 7d fb


    IOS48 base hash:

    8d 53 7a 4a, 09 51 e5 6b, 2b 65 c8 27, f0 47 bb 72, c3 5c da e2


    IOS46 base hash:

    f5 e0 93 27, 26 cb 68 7b, ac e7 cc 86, 39 77 71 d1, ba 9e 42 36


    IOS45 base hash:

    08 58 11 20, 6b 3a e5 9f, b9 10 16 8b, 8a ea 06 3d, 9c 14 80 ef


    IOS43 base hash:

    f8 46 be 02, 74 e7 90 a3, d9 00 9a ae, d5 95 3f 77, e3 3f ad 2a


    IOS41 base hash:

    6c ad 7f 85, b6 87 e3 c3, 17 4e 5c 79, 99 fd 01 83, 16 55 fa 6f


    IOS38 base hash:

    f5 77 6b 66, cd 74 12 ee, 19 12 5c 11, 54 bf d7 3e, d7 e4 af 4b


    IOS37 base hash:

    32 c7 bc 54, 92 f6 17 e2, 64 26 e3 ce, bd 36 9f 40, 42 ea e8 02


    IOS36 base hash:

    29 36 80 06, 7d 22 7e 9f, 1c b1 af 70, 32 69 25 6d, 73 fb 14 55


    IOS35 base hash:

    58 5e 04 25, 45 d4 e2 8e, 98 fe 0d cd, 76 d0 71 d6, ac 17 a0 9c


    IOS34 base hash:

    68 8a 19 ae, c4 9f 57 fb, 11 1b 31 49, 2b 4d b4 85, 25 a6 3f 72


    IOS33 base hash:

    fc cf c4 1b, fc 8c 12 9e, 1f 67 5b 42, d4 3d 10 d6, 56 4f f5 f9


    IOS31 base hash:

    71 5f d8 87, 67 3e 32 4c, 53 c5 00 ce, 2b 50 14 f7, f2 ff e8 31


    IOS28 base hash:

    5c cd 08 24, 19 7b 9a 02, 17 55 5d f9, 39 dc dc 49, 73 ea 75 6a


    IOS22 base hash:

    8d 84 49 8b, f5 ba 6c a8, f0 58 64 10, 40 25 cd 1c, 25 9b 8a f6


    IOS21 base hash:

    91 ba e4 26, 1b 49 f0 95, e0 8c 21 17, e1 fa 8b e9, 92 6d eb 1b


    IOS17 base hash:

    77 7b 4c cb, 9a fb fe fc, 20 ee 4c 0e, 58 a1 6b ff, a0 20 a2 23


    IOS15 base hash:

    74 7c e3 33, 83 94 97 d7, a2 86 67 47, 55 61 83 0a, d0 3c 60 48


    IOS14 base hash:

    3d 56 0e 38, ce 93 90 4f, 42 b7 8f e9, b7 86 f1 a8, f9 39 b6 ce


    IOS13 base hash:

    5e a2 9d 72, 7e 56 37 26, 3f 62 3d 78, 1c 03 d2 f3, f5 40 52 5c


    IOS12 base hash:

    ba bf a4 78, da 4e 06 ec, f0 53 1a f0, 7f ad e2 eb, ff 3f cb 5d


    IOS9 base hash:

    7c 7a 60 0f, e4 85 77 89, 64 5a a1 a0, be a3 4d 59, 83 68 75 a6
    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. alexander1970

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    Hello.:)

    I can tell you from some "similiar" Issue on my 4.3E softmodded Wii.

    I have an Toshiba LCD TV (around 10 Years old/Full HD Ready).
    The TV was plugged in an Powerstrip with 5 Ports.

    The Wii was connected to HDMi Port 3 via
    this Adapter
    P1370093.JPG

    Everytime I switched the Light in the Room on or off I had such an Issue like on your Video described.
    Connected the Wii to HDMi Port 1 or Port 2 - all is fine and works.
    The same happened on the Component Ports with an 3rd Party Component Cable.

    But the same happened after changing the Room/Location for the TV and Wii.

    So maybe the TV/HDMi Port 3/Component Port on the TV has some Issues I think....because an XBox (Classic) connected with an 3rd Party Component Cable has the same Behavior.:(

    This is maybe not really a Solution for you but maybe an "Hint".

    Good Luck and
    Thank you.:)
     
  3. tech3475

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    1) How is it connected to the TV?
    2) Does this happen with other devices using the same connection/port on the TV?
    3) Does this happen when the Wii uses other TVs?
     
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  4. SkeletonSmith

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    By taking out the Multi cable, it gave no output on my Wii U. Put it back in my wii, and now it wont signal. Its not a brick as it still works fine (i think) but now I need a new cable. Great.
     
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