Such is the trade-off for those of you who wish to illegally modify the Wii system - you might not be able to play some games. should any problems arise, such as if it takes longer than suggested to be repaired, or if you get the wrong wii back, you can get it sorted if you have If you inserted the disk enough, it would read it but you would get a disk error when you loaded it up. However, when I load a game up it just makes a sound like "wurrrr click click click click click" and I get a disk error.
http://www.gamercreated.com/user/id/17078 NNID: Dr_Dizzy I`ve been a slave from the cradle to the grave. 11TasukiThu 15th Mar 2012 dizzy_boy wrote:my local computer repair place is able to repair wii disk drives. Me gusta jugar videojuegos. malesi 14PoorVGameNerdSun 10th Jun 2012 I had no idea the Wii had any technical problems. Under no circumstances should you open the case or else void the warranty, but using compressed air on the side fans and open slots of the Wii will help clear it
My Backlog Nintendo Network ID: Tasuki311 12DarkEdiThu 22nd Mar 2012 It is a laser problem. I never get a question mark error. Gamer Network:Push SquarePure XboxEurogamer.netOutside XboxUSgamerVG247GamesIndustry.biz All the latest Nintendo goodness straight to your inbox It may eventually come to the point that the disc is too messed up to work any more, just like a movie DVD can become so scratched that it won't play
After the system was updated, the Wii was no longer hacked. However, the kit only made it better, it didn't fix it 100%. Fortunately, it's not very common for Wii owners to run into disc read errors, but it does happen. Join here: clan.iclanwebsites.com/wiiuclan Nintendo Network ID: Shadow9745 8DodgerWed 14th Mar 2012 I was beginning to suspect that I might have to send it in but I've seen situations that sound exactly
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Another thing you can do is get a can of compressed air and blow out the inside of the Wii.
The Pancakeloggery Keep it frosty people. this way, it`ll be done in half the time compaired to sending it off to nintendo and waiting for them to do it.The only problem I see with that is that Depending on what game you are trying to play, you should try doing an update first and then try to play the game. Push Square Moderator and all around retro gamer.
if you have a similar shop near you, it might be worth asking them if they are capable of doing the repair job. look at this site Vincent294 Nintendo Network ID: Vincent294 10dizzy_boyThu 15th Mar 2012 my local computer repair place is able to repair wii disk drives. Send it to NOA if you can (Or if you are not in a major region like America or UK to send it in, find a repair shop near you) A Runs the NintendoLife Best VGM Tourney Come Vote!
In this article, we'll go over what can cause the Wii disc read error and how you can fix it yourself, if possible. www.poorvideogamenerd.com Retro Nintendo Game Reviews 15TheDreamingHawkWed 13th Jun 2012 Dodger wrote: Hey, I was just wondering if anyone here could help me. If you have a game disc that is heavily scratched, you might try using one of those scratch repair kits, but I can't vouch for them. Can't think of any other info that would be that useful.Thank you! "Today is totally righteous." - Pascal, AC:NL Currently playing-Ocarina of Time 3D-Animal Crossing:New Leaf-WarioWare: Mega Microgame$-HalfLife-Civilization V 2Mk_IITue 13th
VISIT MY NEW BLOG 16-Bit Heaven. I guess I'll just play downloadable games until I have the money to get it [email protected] I just tried that and it didn't work! Xyphon22 4TheLZdragonTue 13th Mar 2012 This is not Nintendo Tech SupportYou can contact Nintendo here: http://support.nintendo.com and http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/index.jsp as well as 1-800-255-3700 Nintendo Life Community Administrator Splatoon Rank: S Fates Castle Thank you!
Threw unit in garbage and WILL NEVER BUY NINTENDO PRODUCT EVER AGAIN, complete garbage!!!! I used it once and the pad was dirty so I replaced the pad and used it again and it still got some dirt off so I did it again and I had to send it in to Nintendo to get it fixed.
Paid for the original unit, games and accessories, sent for repair TWICE in 5 years, and Cant read disk error comes up again...Tried to repair myself but need special tool only I know I used the disk cleaner right so I'm sure it isn't that. slide 1 of 5 Imagine the disappointment on a gamer's face when they get ready to play a game on their Nintendo Wii, only to be met with a 'disc read slide 2 of 5 Wii Disc Read Error Fix #1 - Cleaning The first thing you should try is to make sure the Wii disc is clean.
slide 5 of 5 Contact Nintendo If nothing else works, it could be an internal component problem with your Nintendo Wii and that's something you can't fix or should even attempt slide 4 of 5 Wii Disc Read Error Fix #3 - Reboot Another thing you can try to do is completely turn off the Wii by holding down the power button Likewise, a lot of scratches from mishandling can ultimately render a disc useless. However, when I load a game up it just makes a sound like "wurrrr click click click click click" and I get a disk error.
I can still get mine to work but it usually starts glitching out after 20-30 minutes. Some games, like Smash Brothers Brawl, won't play without the proper update. The cleaner is meant to clean the wii lens to the point it reads Dual layer games like new. I used it once and the pad was dirty so I replaced the pad and used it again and it still got some dirt off so I did it again and
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