The button is right beside the power button and I was wondering exactly what it does and when and if I should ever use it.
All these answerers above me are wrong except for Princerules64 and Tick T. The Reset button simply resets whatever your doing.
For example, if you’re playing a Wii game, and it freezes. “Oh shoot!” you say, “What the heck do I do?” Well, you press Reset, and it restarts the game, so you don’t have to turn it off, turn it back on, select the game, and on and on. Just press Reset and it’ll restart the game.
It resets the game you are currently playing. Very useful if you’re in a situation where you are about to die at a inopportune time. You can “bail out” by pressing the reset button.
Another useful thing about the reset button is when the Wii or the game might freeze on you or that dreaded “An error has occurred” message pops up.
I’ll need to disagree with him. The Constitution is meant to be the binding agreement among the 2 entities surrendering a few restrained powers – the humans and the states – and the government created by means of the Constitution, which obtained the ones restrained powers. The idea in the back of it being a binding agreement is particularly demonstrably proven by means of the massive attempt that’s had to amend the report. Changes which deliver govt accelerated vigor over our lives must consistently require a massive attempt to obtain, and must consistently move to the humans for a vote. And I fail to notice what demands to be up to date or what demands annual changes. No. If he thinks there must be a brand new constitutional conference, that is something. But binding contracts just like the Constitution must now not be field of whimsical alterations established on trendy fads.
It just resets the wii…Like say your game freezes or something you can reset it.
I wouldnt worry about using it tho. I just turn my wii off with the remote.
Its not really anything big just a button like the power button.
Hope this helps.Source(s): Wii owner
Well the reset button basically resets your wii machine like say for example its stuck or something and then click it walahh your machine is fixed or reseted thats about it
It turns the machine instantly off and back on. Nintendo has had one on almost every console they have made (NES, SNES, N64, GCN, WII)
I myself have never REALLY had to use it, whenever i needed the system on and off i used power.
It only really helps if you dont want it to waste valuable time in the off/on transition, reset does it fast.
Don’t worry, it wont hurt your console in any way. (Only if you are saving something at that exact time, same thing as hitting POWER)Source(s): Long-time nintendo owner
I know! If I remember correctly, it restarts the game- i.e. you don’t have to wait for the console to load up, nor do you have to select your game from the channels. I believe it tends to take you back to the ‘press start’ screen at the beginning of most games without having to wait or load. When’s it useful? Say you’re playing something with save files, but you mess up, and you just want to reload your last save, it’s much quicker than turning off and back on again. 🙂
It’s just like a restart button kinda like pushing power but it turns it self back onSource(s): The cows who came home.
It just starts it over so you can reset it faster then you would if you have to turn it off, wait for it to turn off then turn it back on. It’s just for convenience.
It just resets the machine, like turns it off and then back on.