Hot Nintendo Wii Posts

How To: Use Trucha Bug Restorer to mod / hack your Wii

Trucha Bug Restorer is a powerful piece of homebrew software that you can use on your Wii to make sure that it is formatted properly in order to play burned games and use other hacks. This video will show you how to use it to set up an installation of cIOS on your Wii, which is the program that allows you to play burned backup copies of games.

How To: Install a drivekey Wii modchip

If you're looking to do a bit of hacking for your Nintendo Wii, this video is what you need. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to install the drivekey modchip for the Nintendo Wii easily. This is easy to put in and will help with your gaming experience. But do remember once you've opened up your Nintendo Wii, the warranty might expire, so do so wisely.

How To: Reassemble a Nintendo Wii

Fixing your own electronical equipment can be difficult, but save you quite a bit of money. The bad thing is that once you've opened it up, putting it back together again, can be quite a hassle. Once you've opened it up, you're pretty much on your own. So in this tutorial, find out how to reassemble a Nintendo Wii. Good luck and remember that opening your Wii, may have voided your warranty. Enjoy!

How To: Create a Mii on your Nintendo Wii system

Miis are tiny versions of you that live inside your video games. On the Nintendo Wii you can personalize all of your games and add a little bit of your personality and appearance to the screen. Check out this video tutorial, and learn how to create a Mini Mii on your console for gameplay.

How To: Connect your Nintendo Wii to the Internet wirelessly

This is a video games tutorial where you will learn how to connect your Nintendo Wii to the Internet wirelessly. Select ‘Wii’ and then ‘Wii settings’ menu and choose ‘internet’ and ‘connection settings’. You have three settings to choose from. Choose any one and then select ‘wireless connection’ -> ‘Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connection’. Install the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector software on your PC and then insert the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector into your PC. Choose ‘next’ to continue. Use the regis...

How To: Use PlayOn to watch Netflix, Hulu and more on the Wii

Evan shows viewers how you can use the PlayOn option on your Wii to watch videos on Netflix or Hulu. He starts off by showing how you can set up your wireless network and your connection settings. You will need to do this first if you have never done this before. To get PlayOn you will have to purchase it from the Wii Store using Wii Points. Evan also shows how you can link your internet channel to PlayOn so that you can view videos in just seconds. Watch all his tips and techniques and you c...

How To: Configure your Wiimote using the Darwinremote

Following the immediate release of the Nintendo's Wii, many people speculated whether or not the interaction with the Wiimote would only last as long as the novelty did. Naturally, the Wiimote requires to be reconfigured now and then given its heavy use. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to configure your Wiimote on your Mac with a free program known as Darwinremote.

How To: Perform a Software Update on Your Nintendo Wii System

Using the Wii Options menu, it is possible to upgrade your Wii software to the latest version released from Nintendo for the gaming console. You will need to have an active internet connection to download the update first, so make sure that the Wii is connected to your home network. Be sure to check for upgrades every so often so that you have the latest features!

How To: Update the Flash player on your Wii so you can watch YouTube videos

If you want to watch Adobe Flash videos (such as YouTube clips) on your Nintendo Wii, you might find some difficulty in updating your Flash player. This video shows you how to properly update the software, both for your Wii in general and Adobe Flash in specific, so that you can watch as much Flash media on your Wii as you care to find! This is very quick - all you really have to do is find the right update in the Shopping section of your Wii.