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    It's not a black screen...it's blue?

    I get no health and safety warning, my wii remote doesn't stay on, and the thing doesn't even turn the normally blue "aux 2" screen black, it remains the blue aux 2 color.

    What on earth is wrong here? It worked perfectly fine, I hadn't even tried updating anything, and it was all fine, I played some Mario Galaxy, shut off the system, and the next morning BAM it was gone.

    Tried it on many TV's with different power cables and input cables, and it doesn't show anything, this is so weird.

    Is there anything, like a memory chip that I could remove and just reset the whole thing internally, and manually?

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    can you switch the wii on with the wiimote?

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    Yes, pressing the power button (Or any button for that matter) on the wiimote, but the wiimote doesn't stay on.

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    Your wii is not putting out a video signal. Not really a good thing.

    You where just playing games? From USB? What cios do you use? What USB loader do you use? What softmod guide did you follow?

    Is your wii old or new?
    Do you have a bootmii nand backup?
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    It's old from as far as I know, please do tell me how to check.

    I ran backups from DVD's and that's about it.

    I am also unsure of what the softmod was called, but I do recall that it loaded my games from the disk channel, so that must narrow it a little, right?

    Also; I am unaware of what a bootmii or nand backup is, sorry for the noobishness.

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    Loading from disc channel on softmod means cioscorps. Does your dvd light flash once, or twice quickly when you power on the wii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimson_regret View Post
    Yes, pressing the power button (Or any button for that matter) on the wiimote, but the wiimote doesn't stay on.
    Wait a second, pressing any button on the Wiimote wouldn't turn the wii on. The lights not staying on on the Wiimote means it is not connecting to the Wii. Have you tried turning the Wii on directly with the power button located on the Wii itself? What color is the light on the Wii showing (before and after you press the power button)? I just want to make sure that no one is overlooking your statement here and maybe it is a bluetooth problem, not a video problem.
    Last edited by cornflake123; 10-04-2010 at 06:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmail View Post
    Loading from disc channel on softmod means cioscorps. Does your dvd light flash once, or twice quickly when you power on the wii?
    Once. Thank you for the name of the soft mod as well, it will be useful to know. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornflake123 View Post
    Wait a second, pressing any button on the Wii wouldn't turn the wii on. The lights not staying on on the Wiimote means it is not connecting to the Wii. Have you tried turning the Wii on directly with the power button located on the Wii itself? What color is the light on the Wii showing (before and after you press the power button)? I just want to make sure that no one is overlooking your statement here and maybe it is a bluetooth problem, not a video problem.
    Any button on the wiimote will turn it on, only the power and eject buttons on the wii itself turned it on. Thank you for your help, but does this sound like a bluetooth problem to you?

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    I have never heard of the Wii turning on from touching any button on the Wiimote except for the power button (Maybe with WiiConnect24?). What color is the light on the front of the Wii when it's off and when it's on? If the wiimote is not staying connected then thats a problem too. Makes me think it might be more than a video problem. But then again when one thing isn't working it can screw up other things. After you turn the Wii on do you try to reconnect the Wiimote by pressing any button? Does it stay lit or just flash then go out? If the Wiimote stays connected with the 1st light on, wait a few seconds then press A, point it at the scensor bar and keep moving it around just like you would if you were trying to select a channel. If you feel the Wiimote vibrate as it goes over the channels (that you can't see) then I would think it's just the video problem. I would also try holding down reset button right after turning the Wii on from the power button on the Wii. You may have priiloader installed and not even know it. You can use that to fix some software problems sometimes too, but not hardware problems.

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