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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by stozy, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. stozy

    stozy WiiChat Member

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    hi, i got my wii on december the 30th and it has all worked fine. Until yesterday, the cabinate its in started to make vibration noises...I am in the downstairs and its on right now and i can hear it thru the floorboards becuase the of the vibrations.....i am sure its making more vibrations than it did before and that is why i can hear it making things vibrate. When i put in on the carpet the noise stops but its still vibrating alot.

    please help me someone :frown2:
     
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    XtremeKilling Got Wii? [1-21-07]

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    uhh... the smart thing to do is to unplug it from the outlet. and maybe tats ur solution right there. if it doesnt work, reformat ur wii, or if that doesnt work dont use the wii for like a week and let it rest, it might be over heated.
     
  3. stozy

    stozy WiiChat Member

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    mmm..i dont leave it plugged in and it was off all night and i started 2 play it this morning and it was still do it :mad:

    do you think it could be the disk drive ?
     
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    XtremeKilling Got Wii? [1-21-07]

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    it might, go to options>settings>Format Wii System Memory to reformat ur wii.

    or when u say disk drive, take our ur disk and clean it (if its dirty) and insert it back in
     
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    XtremeKilling Got Wii? [1-21-07]

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    hey if that doesnt work, turn rumble off, click the house button, then wii remote settings and boom click off...^_^
     
  6. stozy

    stozy WiiChat Member

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    how will reformating help ?
     
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    I doubt it will, and changing your rumble settings wouldn't do too much either.

    It's probably the DVD reader in the Wii, so maybe if you put soft foam or a cushion or something underneath it and see if that helps :)
     
  8. XtremeKilling

    XtremeKilling Got Wii? [1-21-07]

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    and a little touch will knock it down >.<
     
  9. surfinrach90

    surfinrach90 I GOT A JAR OF DIRT.

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    It's a boooooomb!

    Nahh, I'd contact Nintendo if I was you, they'd know what was wrong :thumbsup: Good Luck!
     
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    hey,i think i have a solution,when i first set up my wii it did the same thing some things u can do well maybe....1.try attaching ur wii to both stands the silver1 and the plastic transparent.
    2.stand ur wii down, and if not then buy a new cabinet or put it on the floor. hope ive helped cya......
     
  11. stozy

    stozy WiiChat Member

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    well for the moment i have put my wii on its side site and this helps....

    hopefuly thats all i need to do :)

    thanks all :D
     
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    SLrocket Rockets In '08!!!

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    poltergeisttttttt lol
     
  13. PtonJalken

    PtonJalken Ptowwnaagee!

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    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? :idea:
     
  14. Greenfire8484

    Greenfire8484 Wiiiiiiiiiiii!

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    u can play dvds?!?
     
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    Lobstermobster Bat Out Of Hell

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    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...

    Yeah I'm pretty sure it is...
     
  17. Mario Famous

    Mario Famous Mr. Nintendo

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    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.
     
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    Haunted Wii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Get out of your house quickly!
     
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    You could always give it to your girlfriend/wife :wink:
     
  20. LyricistSoldier

    LyricistSoldier |Losing Faith Nintendo|

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    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 :tard:
     

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