Yes, the data is saved on the Wii
If i have a game that i play on wii, but i loose the disc and get a new disc, does my progress still activate on the new disc?
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the info i gave was valid, true, and quite interesting imo i also answered his question.
Last edited by jjyanku; 01-03-2014 at 10:04 AM.
I'm hoping someone can help me with an issue I'm having with the Wii internet channel. When I try to search or type in an address such as cbs.com to watch tv online I keep getting an error message and the pages won't load properly. It says "The server's certificate chain is incomplete, and the signer(s) are not registered. Accept?" It doesn't matter if I keep accepting it or close out, it gives me this message no matter what site I try. I hadn't used the Wii for a while and just recently hooked it back up to start streaming tv online. I don't know what to do or how to fix this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
Having trouble with a couple new Wii games that I just bought from a retail store. The games run fine, but neither of these games will start when pressing the + button as instructed. Don't respond at all to the prompt. The controller button works fine with other games just not these 2 LEGO games. My controllers do act funny when plugging the nunchucks in but even when I do get them to work they still can't start gameplay. Anyone have these troubles? Btw - I'm using a Wii system with Wii games, not Wii U.
Thanks in advance for replies!
After about half a minute of turning on my console, it turns itself off. I tried another power adapter and it's the same issue.
How close are you to the sensor bar? I find it works best at a min of 2.5ft away
Last edited by Splash_King; 12-19-2015 at 09:52 PM.
Is anyone still on this site? If so, I need some advice for my wii remotes. I originally had two remotes and everything worked great. Then we just bought a new one and the new one and one of the others keeps going off on their own. I have tried to re sync many times and put in new batteries and unplugged everything. What could be wrong?
Hopefully, these forums are still active as I could use some assistance.
Last night, I transported my Wii console from the living room television to my bedroom television. It successfully turns on and the home screen, as well as all available channels function perfectly but there is no sound. This is NOT the first time it's been hooked up to this particular television, a Samsung if that is relevant, as it used to be the living room television but never before did I have this issue and it's exclusive to the Wii, my DirecTV and PS2 are both fine.
Any insight? This is fixable, right?
It just figures that the opportunity I have to get Netflix in my bedroom has to go and shit on me like this!
Last edited by InDarkness; 06-08-2016 at 12:58 AM.