Edit from 3/10/2014: Reformatting my SD card fixed my issues with Gecko OS. Edit from 3/1/2014: After fixing my Wii's buzzing issue and replacing my HD converter, my current issue with my Wii is that some games are no longer loading with Gecko OS. I've tested it with NSMBW, DKCR, and Kirby's Return to Dreamland. NSMBW and DKCR won't load with Gecko OS regardless if I enable SD codes, while the Kirby game runs without any issues. Any idea what could be causing these issues? These games work fine run normally. Also, the official forum for Gecko OS is offline. [LINK] Does anyone know if this downtime is permanent? Edit from 2/24/2014: So I fixed the buzzing issue with my Wii but for some unlucky reason, my HD convertor box died last night. It went out temporarily last year so I'm not surprised it finally bit the dust this year, but the timing was bizarre since I just fixed the buzzing issue. Anyways, the reason I used that product is because I do gaming on a monitor instead of a TV, so I'm unable to plug my Wii's component cables into my monitor. What product will give me the best picture quality for my Wii at an affordable price with absolutely no additional input lag? God, if Nintendo just made the Wii an HD system, I would've never had to spend $50 on a converter box and $30 on component cables 2 1/2 years ago. -_- Main reason I prefer getting a different product this time is because my old converter box didn't upscale to 1080p. Original Post: For whatever fucking reason, I seem to have a lousy history of dealing with buzzing noises. I don't know if this is a sign of me taking shit care of my systems or what, but my Wii has been making terrible buzzing noises for years now and I can't stand it anymore. My Wii sounds like what this guy's Wii used to sound like. [youtube]http://youtu.be/rRzcUdcJQCQ[/youtube] Aggravating to say the least, especially to someone like myself who has been experiencing a headache 24/7 for around five fucking years. So I decided to open up my Wii tonight to fix the issue (which is what that uploader did to fix his Wii). After unscewing 12 nails and screws, I came across two screws that wouldn't let me unscrew them. At this point, I think they might be stripped. I can't really make any additional progress opening up my Wii without unscrewing those fuckers. What the hell do I do?