Hello, My Wii has the black screen of death. It happened after a netflix upgrade. I can power it on and it will eject and accept discs. It will not recognize a wiimote and It will not turn off unless I hold the power button. Wii shows red when powered off. For these reasons I do not think it's actually booting. I've never ever encountered a problem with it crashing prior to this either. I have taken care of it the best I could.
I really want the save data on here located in the system memory. So I'm desperately trying to figure out what to do. I have some experience repairing things. If its something that needs replacing I can do that.
Wii model: Lu1000 (2006)
Tested with brand new Av cable (Nintendo official)
Tested in another socket (Nintendo official)
Drive replacement year prior to issue
This Wii is not modded nor has ever been
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