Generally speaking, a Nintendo Wii is not capable of playing DVD or Blu-ray movies. However, the Wii can be modified in order to play movies without the purchase of a mod-chip. The mod-chipalters the Wii and deems the warranty null and void.Know More
To be able to play movies on the Wii, the user will need system version 3.2, a FAT or FAT32 formatted SD card, an SD card reader, "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" for the Wii, the Twilight Hack, the Homebrew Channel Installer, DVDx and MPlayer.
To begin, the SD card needs to be loaded into the reader, and the Twilight Channel installed into the private directory. From here, the boot.dol file of the Homebrew Channel should be installed as well. Now, the SD card can be inserted into the Wii, and the Zelda game needs to be loaded. Zelda will need to be wiped, then reinserted into the Wii. The text on the liner ring should be written down for later use. Next, the Homebrew Channel can be installed onto the Wii after the Zelda disc is reinserted and started. Two apps will need to be installed onto the Wii from the Homebrew Channel, DVDx and MPlayer. Once these are installed onto the Wii, any regular DVD should play itself in from the Wii's drive. Fundamentally, playing a movie on the Wii has to do with the channel that is installed onto it.Learn More
The Nintendo Wii can't play movies from a hard drive without the use of additional software, but the newer Wii U can. People can use an SD card to record movies on a computer, and then play them on the Wii.Full Answer >
According to WebMD, exercising with the Wii is not a fully balanced fitness program and does not replace going to the gym, but for many people, it provides a good start. Additionally, the Wii's ability to help someone get fit depends primarily on which exercises the individual chooses to do using the Wii.Full Answer >
Error code 51330 occurs when a Nintendo Wii fails to connect to the Internet due to an incorrect password input for the wireless router. This code usually occurs due to human or player error when the wireless router password is entered incorrectly into the game console's interface.Full Answer >
The Nintendo 3DS and DSi are both handheld game consoles that play Nintendo games, but they have many significant differences. These include 3D capability, a gyroscope and an accelerometer for the 3DS. The 3DS can play vintage Game Boy and Game Boy Advance game titles through Wi-Fi. The 3DS also allows players to make Miis, Nintendo's version of avatars, and to play mp3 files from an SD card.Full Answer >