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    Wii Remote won't work

    a week ago my wii remote stopped working in the middle of game. tried batteries and all i could think of. at the main wii menu the cursor is fine. but while in a game it doesn't work right. if i hit the home key, while in a game, the cursor, while i point up, it goes down. the same thing with the left and right. any suggestions? can i send it into nintendo and have them fix it or get my money back? thanks in advance.

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    Try re-syncing the wiimote, and if that doesn't help, call a nintendo representative.


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    Over heating issue?

    Ok so recently my Wii has been turning off on its own whenever I play for extended periods of time. I did some research and found it might be the power supply shutting off due to the system over heating (it wasn't well ventilated at the time)
    So I re positioned the wii to uncover the exhaust fan. And still it shuts down on me. I think I'm going to have to call Ninty tomorrow and see what they suggest.

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    gamecube games

    i have a problem keeping the wii remote staying on, i replaced the batteries and tried everything, but it keep turning off when i start up a game cube game any ideas on solving this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ftabbbb
    Same exact problem here.

    I got wii last week. First day after all set up, excited to play. Put in Wii sports, BOBO...there was error message shown up.

    - Error occurred. Press the Eject button and remove the disc. Turn the power off and follow the instrucitons in the console manual.

    I shut if off and error might go away or might not. During this week, this error message happens 50/50 chance the time I try to play the game(also tried other game disc, so it's not dirty disc issue.)

    Do I got broken system?
    just posted a thread about the same EXACT problem. My one-hour old brand new wii refuses to load up my Sports disc and gives the same exact error message, "can't read disc, please power off" etc etc.

    the first time i put the disc in it promted some kind of update (or at least tried to, i wasn't connected to the internet) and every time since it's given me the error, even after resetting to factory defaults .

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnychau
    i have a problem keeping the wii remote staying on, i replaced the batteries and tried everything, but it keep turning off when i start up a game cube game any ideas on solving this problem?
    When you start a gamecube game, it just switches over so that it thinks it's a gamecube. To get back to the Wii menu, you physically have to reset the system. The wiimote turning off is a normal procedure for this system. When you think about it, it saves batteries, because if the wiimote stays on the entire time, then it would waste all of your batteries.

    In conclusion, the wiimote turning off when going into gamecube mode is normal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by oleus
    just posted a thread about the same EXACT problem. My one-hour old brand new wii refuses to load up my Sports disc and gives the same exact error message, "can't read disc, please power off" etc etc.

    the first time i put the disc in it promted some kind of update (or at least tried to, i wasn't connected to the internet) and every time since it's given me the error, even after resetting to factory defaults .
    UPDATE

    i picked up Resident Evil 4 and it loaded up just fine. so i have to assume some of us are getting faulty SPORTS discs.

    called Nintendo support and they were fantastic and EASY to get through to. Compared to dealing with Xbox 360 support this was a revelation!!

    -oleus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windmillritual
    yeah not even an hour after I got the Wii, it overheated and froze on me, and no I do not have the ventilation blocked. I had to hard reset it because none of the front buttons would work.
    i have the same problem it's **** annoying please help!!!!!!

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    There have been cases where some Wii's were faulty... one of my friends had to send it in to get it fixed. (His scratched the disks.) Just call Nintendo, because overheating should not be a normal problem, and neither can it be easily fixed.


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    I am having the same problem have you found the fix it yet? The blue lights on the hand control all flash. But the screen is not reacting to the control. It worked yesterday but not today. We only have one remote. HELP PLEASE
    Last edited by Fiona; 12-16-2007 at 01:14 PM.

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