well for the moment i have put my wii on its side site and this helps....
hopefuly thats all i need to do
Id send it back for a replacement.. They are not meant to do that in any way. Reformating has nothing to do with what the hardware is doing, and Overheating doesnt cause that problem either.
My Theory: Something could be stuck in your fan or your fan is damaged, Similar to what a computer sounds/acts like when fan problems occur?
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u can play dvds?!?Originally Posted by krazykirk
PS3 found dead in apartment. Weapon? A Wiimote.
360? Hung by Nunchuck.
you, with the Apple. yea you. you're next
mine started doing that too. but its not all the time. it does it only when i turn it on sometimes. or when i start up a game.
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Oh. I thought the the disc reader in the wii was a DVD one...Originally Posted by Greenfire8484
Yeah I'm pretty sure it is...
The Wii can't play DVD's...yet. As for the vibration, it's a common problem. Your probably playing it too much causing it to overheat, when it overheats the exaust fan works overtime trying to keep the system cool. Make sure nothing is close against the Wii's backside as well, the exaust fan needs a place to blow freely.
If your still having problems it's another problem. Someone could have dropped your Wii on the ground and something could have came loose.
Get out of your house quickly!
You could always give it to your girlfriend/wife
yea its either the fan... or the drive spinning
nothing else in your wii should move... and it shouldn't vibrate at all.. if you dont mind being without it for a long time i'd just send it to nintendo n demand warranty fixes it
or you return it to the store you bought it from... i mean really why would you buy it from such a place.. all the newspapers in the windows and the 18 and up only sign.. no wonder it vibrates