What do I need to do if I get an error message when trying to switch from my Wii U to the Nintendo Nintendo Switch?
Here are the basics.
The Wii U and Nintendo Switch versions of the Wii are different systems.
The Switch has the touchpad on the back of the system and the Wii U has a separate screen for that touchpad.
The Wii U’s system is connected to the Internet via USB and a microSD card slot.
The Nintendo Switch uses the same wireless connection.
The Nintendo Switch has a microUSB connector on the top of the console and a USB-C connector on each side of the controller.
The Switch also has a HDMI port on the bottom, though the HDMI port is a bit smaller than on the Wii.
The touchscreen on the Switch can be used to scroll through menus, launch games and more.
On the Wii, the touchscreen has to be moved to the back and the touchscreen can only be used for that one use.
The buttons on the sides of the Switch are the same buttons on a Wii, but they’re on the right side of things.
The power button on the Nintendo GameCube, Wii and Wii U are the buttons on an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 controller, while the analog stick is a smaller analog stick with no button.
The DS and DS Lite are the DS and Wii models with analog sticks on the left and right sides of their systems.
For more tips and tricks on how to use the Switch and the Nintendo Wii U, check out our Nintendo Switch FAQ.
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