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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    nice post joostin

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    Shut off wii and hld the reset button when booting, does anything come up!!!!

    Nothing works. I'm uploading a video of it right now

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    try wiggling the cables to see if you get anything.... maybe bad cables or try another TV or set of cables



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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    try wiggling the cables to see if you get anything.... maybe bad cables or try another TV or set of cables


    Tried it all. Its def a software problem I believe its something with the mod. Maybe my sister updated it by accident or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    try wiggling the cables to see if you get anything.... maybe bad cables or try another TV or set of cables


    Yeah, every few days I had to reposition the cables on our (really) old TV because the AV input is coming loose. I got a new TV this Christmas, so thankfully I won't have to worry about that again. It was getting really annoying.

    Edit: Isn't there a way to reset all settings (or maybe just the video ones) to their default? It seems like I remember reading about holding keys down while booting. Does Maintenance Mode do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Yeah, every few days I had to reposition the cables on our (really) old TV because the AV input is coming loose. I got a new TV this Christmas, so thankfully I won't have to worry about that again. It was getting really annoying.

    Edit: Isn't there a way to reset all settings (or maybe just the video ones) to their default? It seems like I remember reading about holding keys down while booting. Does Maintenance Mode do that?
    I can't see anything to get into maintenance mode. I noticed it takes a slight while to boot up and not as instant as it should be

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    try another TV



    remove all usb and try to boot....

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    Boot up the Wii, and when you hear the System Menu music (resist the urge to smash your speakers ), hold Down on the D-pad and, while holding down, press RESET on the Wii. See if it boots up normally then.
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    Nope does not work

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    I dont think this will erase the memory on the wii but if it does (lol) is there anything that you wanted on the wii.... if not then try the things below!!

    1. uplug the wii
    2. flip it upside down on a flat surface
    3. you will see a door and a little screw
    4. inside you will find the BIOS/CMOS battery
    5. take that out and let sit for 30sec...
    6. put back and try to boot the wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    I dont think this will erase the memory on the wii but if it does (lol) is there anything that you wanted on the wii.... if not then try the things below!!

    1. uplug the wii
    2. flip it upside down on a flat surface
    3. you will see a door and a little screw
    4. inside you will find the BIOS/CMOS battery
    5. take that out and let sit for 30sec...
    6. put back and try to boot the wii
    nope does not work

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