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    Unhappy Wii knocked over, black screen of death.

    I wasn't around when it happened, but the Wii got knocked over only to result in black screen of death.

    I've already unplugged the AC, AV, and sensor cables from the Wii, removed the AC from the outlet, and even tried re-plugging the AV cable back in to Wii.

    After a few minutes of letting the Wii rest with no accessories and re-setting up the Wii, still get the black screen of death.

    Any ideas how to get it working again?


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    If unpluging your console didn't work, you might have to consider getting it repaired, or if you want more help just visit the official wiisupport site, it should show the site on the booklet that came with your Nintendo Wii console.

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    Can you turn it on using a Wii remote? If not you may have knocked the bt module loose.
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    I've come to these results last night.

    1. Can't fire up via Wiimote.
    2. DVD flashes blue when firing up.
    3. Can't access Priiloader only the Sys Menu or w/e the black menu with all the options is.
    4. And it only fires up via the Wii power button while holding reset to access that menu I mentioned.


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    Something in your wii is probably screwed up (moved into wrong position).

    Either you can open it and attempt to fix it or you can just try to get it repaired (what I would do).

    Sorry

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    Something inside came loose.... bt module or wifi module or something with the DVD drive.... you can take it apart and try to fix or sent it for repair to someone like me if you are in the states....



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