Wii won't boot

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by Lastly, Mar 16, 2009.

Mar 16, 2009

Wii won't boot by Lastly at 3:29 AM (1,942 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. Lastly
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    Strange problems have happen with my wii.

    When I press the power button on the Wii, the wii flash the blue led and freeze and the blue light won't go away until I turn it off. While that, the power button turn to green but nothing load on my screen and the wii doesn't operate as I mean the wii air fan doesn't start and the disk won't spin and some others. Once in a while the wii can boot, but 99% of the time, the wii freeze lile that.

    In the past when I first bought my wii, this problem have occur once a while. During a period, it have stopped. Recently this problem have happen most of the time and I can't play the wii at all.

    Please help with me on this problem and thanks!
     
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    Just a Guess but check and see if the Wifi/Bluetooth module is loose, or try a different power pack
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I would try the battery, but I'm sorry, but what is a "module"?

    Other help would be great. I would greatly appreciate it.
     
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    the bluetooth module is the thing that makes the bluetooth-connection between the wiimote and the wii and the the wlan module is the thing that makes the wlan-connection between your router/pc/... and the wii
     
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    Thanks for the reply. But where is this modecule loacted?
    I couldn't fix this problem yet.... *sign*
     
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    Thanks Scorpei, for the picture. I will sometime later open my wii to check.
     
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    Ugh... I can't open my wii anymore!
    Anyone else can help me? Some other method?
     
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    Why cant you open your Wii?
     
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    Opened the wii too much that the screw have worn out...
     
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    You are not using your wrist to tighten the screws correct?

    Everything is only supposed to be finger tight, otherwise you will just strip the screws.

    Its common sense not to be over-tightening as thats damaging.

    I have unscrewed my case more than 20 times already and everything is still going strong.

    It would also help to use the correct screw driver. If you use a different size Triwing / Philips screwdriver than you are supposed to, you will wear the screws down even more.
     

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