When you know how to play music on Wii, you can play video games and listen to your favorite songs at the same time. Learning how to play music on your Wii is simple. There are several methods to do so, but this is by far the easiest way.
To play music on Wii you will need:
- Nintendo Wii
- Wii remote controller
- Excite Truck Nintendo Wii game
- SD card
- SD card reader
- PC with your MP3 music files and internet connection
Connect your SD card reader to your PC. After the system recognizes the device, insert your SD card.
Open the folder where you keep your MP3 music files. Drag these files (or copy and paste them) towards the SD card icon on the computer screen. After you are done with your transfers, remove the SD card.
Power up your Wii console. Insert your Excite Truck Wii disc and run the game.
Insert your SD card into your Wii console. Continue or begin a new game and enter any race. Before the race begins, press on the “+” on the Wii remote controller.
Click on the “SD card” option. The first 100 songs on the SC card will be displayed. Using the Wii remote, highlight the specific song you want to listen to.
Select “1” to go back to the Sound Options page. Press “1” again to return to the stage before the actual race begins. At any time during the race, you can go into the Sound Options screen to play music on your Wii.
Another option is to download software specially made to play music. Provided you have an internet connection, you can download programs such as Winamp to play your MP3 files without needing a game to load your music. However, do keep in mind that most of these types of software are not free and installing them may void your warranty. It would be best to consult with the manufacturer before doing so.
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