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    • Nintendo Wii Specifications

      Nintendo Wii Specifications

      The Wii is a home video gaming console created and marketed by the influential video game company, Nintendo. Its primary market rivals are Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation, and Wii is presently ahead of them in terms of sales. The Wii was first conceptualized by Nintendo in 2001, and was officially released in 2005 at

    • How to Fix a PSP

      How to Fix a PSP

      The PSP (PayStation Portable) is a popular, hand-held gaming console that the Sony Corporation produced in 2004. The PSP was the first portable gaming device that used an optical disc format as the primary storage medium for its video games. The PSP is the primary competition for Nintendo DS and the updated version includes additional

    • What Xbox 360 Drive Do I Have?

      What Xbox 360 Drive Do I Have?

      With the many different game systems, and models for those game systems, that are available in every game store, computer store, and Internet ad, it is sometimes difficult for the user to determine which model of a game system he/she has. This is rather common for Xbox users as the Xbox 360 is available in

    • How to Unlock a Wii DVD Player

      How to Unlock a Wii DVD Player

      The onboard Wii Hardware reads DVDs, DVD-R, DVD-RW discs, Wii game discs, and Nintendo GameCube formatted mini-DVDs. Unlocking the Wii’s DVD functionality is possible through various methods. Turning the Wii into a working DVD player is relatively simple and requires little technical work with the Wii depending on the method used to unlock the DVD

    • How to Connect a PSP to the Internet

      How to Connect a PSP to the Internet

      The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a gaming device created and promoted by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is one of the most popular handheld gaming devices today. It was the first handheld gaming device to use an optical disc format for storage – Universal Media Disc (UMD). UMD can store a maximum of 1.8 GB in

    • Xbox 360 Power Supply Troubleshooting

      Xbox 360 Power Supply Troubleshooting

      The Xbox 360 is a popular game console produced by the Microsoft Corporation. It is the successor to the original Xbox console first released in late November, 2001. Unfortunately, many Xbox 360 users end up having to troubleshoot its power supply when the indicator light turns red. Before paying to repair it, try troubleshooting the

    • Xbox 360 Error Codes

      Xbox 360 Error Codes

      The Xbox 360, successor of Xbox, is one of the most popular gaming consoles in the United States. The Microsoft Corporation implemented a complex system of error codes for the Xbox. This was done in order to help prevent the Xbox from failing catastrophically and to allow problems to be troubleshooted. Two common problems that

    • How to Reset the Parental Control on a PS2

      How to Reset the Parental Control on a PS2

       Parental Control Settings on a PS2 allow parents to specify which movies their children are allowed to watch. While a PS2’s Parental Control Settings do not allow parents to specify times that the PS2 is accessible, they do allow parents to specify which ratings a DVD or game can have in order to be played

    • How to Connect an Xbox 360 to a Laptop

      How to Connect an Xbox 360 to a Laptop

      In order to connect an Xbox 360 to a laptop, the user must have an Ethernet cable. An Ethernet cable may or may not come with the Xbox 360 upon purchase, but is required to provide the Xbox 360 with an Internet connection. Normally, an Ethernet cable would be connected from the Xbox 360 to

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