Wii stuck updating do not turn power off

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When it does show up it is apparent mostly on particle effects but thats when it the artfacts show up before i start the game. I have never heard any electronic dying because of not being used for a while except for batteries.Why ur wii won't turn on, well someone siad something about a power outage. I pretty sure Nintendo would have planned there system to be ok during a scenerio like this.Well, the first thing you will need to do identify that you actually have a problem and that your machine is not actually doing as it says.Sometimes, updates can be very large (especially service pack updates) so you need to be sure that you machine is actually stuck.[QUOTE="catfishmoon23"]Did you have Wii Connect24 on? I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months.Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. you've seen a wii brick itself while wiiconnect24 was on. I looked back at it today and found that one guy explained the problem was heatsinks being applied improperly like the other guy in this thread who corrected me said. I have no idea why, first one was a surprise, second was today due to a power flash. Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months. I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. Those green dots are from the gpu failing due to a defective heatsink Defective heatsinks were the cause and those are largely restriced to launch units. If you've had one then there's a good chance that your power cable was damaged and isn't working. I thought my console was dead and gone, but Nintendo shipped me another adapter for free and it turned right on. I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby.

Okay well I'm going to assume it has been plugged up for this entire time.

Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months. I didn´t actually expect your Wii to be broken, because there is a minimal chance it would be and that would have been very coincidential.

I hope you're not in for a surprise when you try to turn your Wii on. you've seen a wii brick itself while wiiconnect24 was on. Since you insist on maintaining your attitude of arrogance, allow me to point out why your previous post was guy is lying... I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months. In this case, he would not be intentionally telling you something different from the truth, rather merely conveying information he heard deemed to be true. It does not have to have happened to catfishmoon23 himself in order for the information to be correct.3.

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OK, I haven't turned on my Wii in quite a few months. Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. you've seen a wii brick itself while wiiconnect24 was on. Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. Bother to research graphic cards for pcs often they have defective batches that have the same green dot artifacting appear after several months and guess what it's due to the graphics card being used and the pc being on.

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