What did you do...? My sister had a surround sound box with her TV so i guessed it would work. humist1, Jan 6, 2014 MaKiNoMan Genuine [email protected]$$ Joined: Nov 22, 2005 Messages: 1,180 Date Posted: Jan 6, 2014 #21 Good to hear OP. Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! his comment is here
Won't show Press A to Continue¶ Boots enough to show the Warning screen, but doesn't show press A to continue at the bottom? I don't think my TV has an option to adjust HDMI volume. just b/c you dont think its a cable, doesnt mean it isnt. Note: If you are attempting to use surround sound, click here.
My sister had surround sound so that wouldn't have been an issue, and my partner has a new LG TV, so i'm guessing it would work on that too. I've tried 2 HDMI cables. No, create an account now.
It was covered by a flap that i had no idea was there. Any other suggestions? If this solves your issue, then please use it in the future and be sure to keep your system up to date. The Sound On My Wii Isn't Working Usually there is an option to switch the different audio inputs for the different video inputs.
Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. No Sound On Wii U Hdmi Because if you do, there's your problem and this isn't the best place to ask it.nintendoman562 No way I wouldn't know how to modify my Wii even if I wanted to Sorry i'm not that great with technical issues. http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2151/~/no-sound-from-the-television Thanks for helping me rule that out Click to expand...
New Super Luigi · 7 years ago 0 Thumbs up 2 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Add your answer The sound on my Wii Wii Picture But No Sound On the TV, are the component and hdmi cables you have plugged in assigned to different inputs ('video 2', 'video 3'). humist1, Jan 6, 2014 MaKiNoMan Genuine [email protected]$$ Joined: Nov 22, 2005 Messages: 1,180 Date Posted: Jan 6, 2014 #12 Punkyskully said: ↑ Yes, i've just tried my DVD player and i Cables are fine, system is new, no one has pulled on the cables and they haven't been moved.
Plug both ends back in, making sure that the adapter is plugged directly into a wall outlet, not a surge protector or power strip. look at this site Wii suddenly turns off during use¶ Your console unexpectedly turns off in the middle of gameplay AC adapter reset¶ Most power issues with the Wii can be fixed by resetting the My Wii Has No Sound Fastfoward to later this evening and I have the same problem again, but this time no matter what I changed out it refuses to give me video only audio again. No Sound On Wii With Component Cables I've had problems with sound/video with the cables, but it's the tvs' sockets that aren't very stable so I just have to move/fiddle the cables before the video/audio is back.
Enjoy your games! http://nadrp.com/no-sound/why-is-the-wii-sound-not-working.html Any adivice? How can I fix this problem? You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM. Wii Sound Doesn't Work
Can anybody help me with this?.. take it back, ask to try it with a different cable. Beyond! http://nadrp.com/no-sound/wii-sound-not-working-on-tv.html Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! Wii Hdmi Converter No Sound Thermal issues¶ If your Wii is very warm to the touch, this can cause disk read errors. did you try it on your partner's LG TV?
Be sure to unplug from wall, wait and reconnect. Regardless, this simple solution worked for me. Help? Wii Audio Cable rlsmith1994 - 07/16/2012 The ac adapter reset works just as explained above.
The lights on the remote will flash and then illuminate the light that corresponds to that remote's position (1, 2, 3, or 4). Change to a different HDMI cable didn't work. I tried to sync the remote I've tried turning it off pulling the cords out and waiting and it still isn't working. check over here humist1, Jan 6, 2014 Punkyskully Noob Joined: Jan 6, 2014 Messages: 5 Date Posted: Jan 6, 2014 #19 Thank you all for your messages.
Replacing the board will be less expensive, but will require soldering.