My Wii keeps freezing up!

Discussion in 'Electronic Games' started by toxictaipan, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. toxictaipan

    toxictaipan New Member

    My Wii keeps freazing up. I don't know why, it's never done this before. And it only seems to happen when exiting a Wi-Fi menue in a game. Do I need to clean the laser lense, or is it something else? I have dial up, but I don't see why the whole Wii would freeze.
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2008
  2. And I don't see how you get WiFi to work at all on DIAL UP. WiFi doesn't work on dial up, period. No way no how. It only works on DSL or Broadband/cable.

    Anyway. I'd say call Nintendo. Sounds like a system problem.
     
  3. toxictaipan

    toxictaipan New Member

    Okay let's get this straight. A regular ol' wireless router doesn't work on dial up, but you know the Nintendo USB Wi-Fi router? It doesn't need high speed internet, as long as you have internet. You plug it in, set it up, and boom! I'm off playing PBR on dial up :biggrin:.

    Anyways like I said, the Wii only seems to freeze up when exiting a Wi-Fi menue on a game, even though it doesn't happen that much. I've also noticed that it only seems to happen when the Wii has been used nonstop for a long duration of time, like when I get my hardcore gaming on :wink:. So I don't think it's a system problem. I think the laser lense is a little dusty and needs to be cleaned or I just need to give it a break, because my brother plays it too. So I usally play then he plays right after I'm done, so it gets little rest for a few hours once started up.

    I'll defenitly call them if this problem gets worse.

    Thanks for the help,
    toxictaipan
     
  4. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    lol, you might as well not play online at all. No one is going to want to battle you due to all the lag.
     
  5. toxictaipan

    toxictaipan New Member

    The only game that lags is SSBB all of the rest are fine. And SSBB doesn't lag that badly.


    Off topic though.
     
  6. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    Fixed. Seriously, dial-up? I mean, Dial-up? Seriously, that's just plain... DIAL UP? Seriously, get with the times man, there's cable, there's DSL, and there's Fios, and all three are supremely better then dial-up, plus with most cable companies their pretty cheap (just don't do Comcast, unless you want to sit around for three days waiting for the cable guy).

    Anyway, I would advise both making sure the system is clean and calling Nintendo if you still have a problem. I'm no expert in the Wii (I don't even have one) but I do know computers, and since consoles are technically a kind of computing system, that is probably the best way to go (just whatever you do, don't hit it. Repair Method #1 does NOT work on Nintendo consoles, trust me, I know).
     
  7. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    Okay like I have told you before,
    over use on your Wii (like using it and it not getting any room to breath ) might kill it.
    Yes the WIFI does work on dial up.
    I play Pokemon battle Rev on it all the time.
    Now with SMBB it might put alot of stress on it since it is a real time battle game.
    And playing people on dial up on it ends up making everyone lag.
     
  8. casautter

    casautter New Member

    This reminds me of a comic that I saw many years ago where a duck is standing in front of a computer witrh a sledge hammer and the caption below read "Hit Any Key To Continue"
     
  9. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    People still have dial-up? =( And they play games on it? Do you want everyone to hate you or something?
     
  10. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    NINTENDO FTL

    I just broke my DS on purpose by slamming against my desk because it wouldn't get connection with my wireless router. Wii keep being sent at low numbers as a marketing scheme to keep the demand high, and PUI is doing a horrible job at running this TCG. I wonder how anyone still likes Nintendo.
     
  11. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    If you had been following any of the sales threads, you would know that Nintendo is shipping a lot of Wiis (fastest selling home console and what not). Take off your tinfoil hat. PUI has nothing to do with this. Two different companies.
     
  12. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    regardless, i just like to express how disgusted i am by the way they run things. Freedom of speech, gotta love it:thumb:
     
  13. Rulemaster

    Rulemaster New Member

    my wii keeps warming up, and its cause i think i hurt it's feelings

    i didn't even know you could still have dialup if you wanted it...seems like i switched to broadband over 10 years ago
     
  14. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    Yeah, but still, that post was incredibly off-topic. At least mine had a bit of on-topicness.

    ...what?
     
  15. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    Out where I like its not there yet....
    Funny thing is i live four miles from DSL...
    Other place where I live only one way you can get it thru the city and it cost 50 bucks for there modem (Only theres you can use) and then 50 a month.
     
  16. toxictaipan

    toxictaipan New Member

    Exactly! Would any of you like to come lay the DSL line for me? I would be ever so grateful! Don't ever judge a man by his Internet! I can't get DSL!


    Anyways, would any of you like to help me with my problem? It has nothing to do with the Dial Up!
     
  17. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    It might.
    Some gameslike SSBB and GH3 might put some stress on your Wii tring to play it on dial-up...
     
  18. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    hahaha
    :lol::lol::lol:
     
  19. toxictaipan

    toxictaipan New Member

    Okay WITH my problem, not some info on how to prevent it!


    Anyways it's not doing this anymore, so let this thread die.
     
  20. Muscovy Level X

    Muscovy Level X New Member

    The Wii sometimes is slow with exiting programs if your message board has lots on it. It could be that or... dial-up? I think that may be the problem if it always happens online.


    Dial-up?????:lol:
     

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