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    Exclamation Wii Virtual Console Problem

    For some reason whenever I play SNES or NES game downloaded straight from the Wii Shop Channel on my Wii I get a blue screen. The sound and the controls work fine the only problem is that I can't see what I am playing since I am looking at a blue screen. I am starting the game straight from its Channel on the Wii Menu. I can play N64 games on my Wii just fine without any problems. So its only the SNES and NES games I can't play. Here's my sysCheck:

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    So can you tell why I get a blue screen when I play SNES and NES games and what I can do to fix it?
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    I can see your Softmod is non-existent aside from on or 2 cIOSs. I'm not positive that this could be causing the problem but you may want to consider using the Softmod ANY Wii guide (link in my signature) and that will fix up your IOSs.

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    Can't say why that the games aren't working when they are purchased from Wii Shop exactly. I can tell that you didn't use our guide to mod your system.

    HBC 1.1.2 is meant for Wii U's vWii functionality, not for the Wii. So we recommend 1.1.0. You don't have hardly any cIOSs installed (not the cause of your problem, but it's a red flag from our point of view if you want to do just about anything else).

    I would suggest that you go through our Softmod Any Wii guide (link in signature) from the top to install the proper version of HBC, install all cIOSs (and install all IOS's, since something is messed up in yours, you'd want to install a clean set) and see if that helps.

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    I just see one problem with me following the Softmod Any Wii guide. The problem is you want to me to install on cIOSs but I was told not to install any cIOSs that are less then 200. I did that and I ran into problems that luckily I was able to fix. So I am not sure if I should install all cIOSs.

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    You should follow the guide as it is written, as long as you read and follow the directions carefully your Wii will be ok.

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    There are no cIOS's below 200. Those are IOSs, which are used by the system in doing the normal things: playing the game from Disk Channel, WiiWare/VC, etc.

    You're not supposed to DELETE any of them below 200 as it can cause bricks. Reinstalling them will just overwrite the ones that you have without deleting them first.

    Take a look at the number of times the guide has been read and thanked. If it was that of a significant issue, it wouldn't be as popular as it is.

    The guide is not meant to be cherry picked. It is written as a comprehensive solution to guiding your system. If you pick and choose and/or do things from various guides, that's what gets people into trouble.

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    What I didn't mention was I just installed these IOSs because I had to format my Wii's nand. So how can my IOSs be messed up when I just installed them a few days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simalexander
    What I didn't mention was I just installed these IOSs because I had to format my Wii's nand. So how can my IOSs be messed up when I just installed them a few days ago.
    The proof is in the pudding .... In your case the system check. Follow the soft mod any Wii guide from beginning to end.



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    Well since my problem was IOS related I followed the soft mod any Wii guide to install the IOS update. I got the same problem though still a blue screen. I am wondering if its my component cable. Another thing is that I was playing my Wii on a Panasonic TV which I got 2007. When I was playing on that TV I never got a blue screen when playing Virtual Console SNES, and NES games. Now that I am playing my Wii on a newer TV I get this blue screen when I play Virtual Console SNES, and NES games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simalexander
    Well since my problem was IOS related I followed the soft mod any Wii guide to install the IOS update. I got the same problem though still a blue screen. I am wondering if its my component cable. Another thing is that I was playing my Wii on a Panasonic TV which I got 2007. When I was playing on that TV I never got a blue screen when playing Virtual Console SNES, and NES games. Now that I am playing my Wii on a newer TV I get this blue screen when I play Virtual Console SNES, and NES games.
    Try switching out the cables and make sure all contacts are clean.



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