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If unpluging your Wii from the wall would break it, then the Designers of the system would have to be pretty stupid, huh?
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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.
(maybe 5) and I went to turn it on a minute ago and it won't do it. You do realize the fan doesn't protect the system at all right?
and if it's the weather you're worried about - causing surges - then you could just check your forecasts and unplug it before a storm instead of every time you play...
hope that helps I have my Wii plugged into a power strip as well.
i have my Wii plugged into a power strip but i called nintendo and they said leaving it on standby with the yellow light CANNOT HURT YOUR Wii. Leaving the red light on or leaving it on standby is as safe as can be. I'll play through Galaxy in one sitting, Because Semester finals are coming up and I might be too busy to playit for even one hour a day then I'll be taking my time playing it again this christmas. Well see guys, there are 2 risks involved when leaving it in standby mode. Somebody may accidently press the power button and the Wii may be left on all night. If there is a power surge or the power to the house turns off, your Wii may completley break because it was left in standby mode when the surge happened.
I asked this when I was sending my system in for repairs reguarding a drive noise that they fixed. but whenever there is a storm or the power is going out i unplug the surge strip from the wall. (I love in Florida) anywho what I have happen to me is that whenever i take a disc out of my Wii i have a lil smudge on it. It shouldn't break by unplugging it, that would be pretty lame on Nintendo's part if you thought about it. Thats why I think its safer for me to just turn the power off, but I hope this is not slowly breaking my Wii.
I have to say from experience that after a storm caused a power surge in my house, my Wii still works at 100% to this day, and the power outage occured back in January.
I'm pretty sure that this is a well built piece of hardware, I wouldn't worry too much about anything bad happening to this thing, unless someone legitimately does something to it.
like it came from whatever is holding the Wii game in the Wii Console until i pull it out. It shouldn't break by unplugging it, that would be pretty lame on Nintendo's part if you thought about it. how long have you had your wii and how long have been doing this?