Again, my friend sent his in with homebrew channel still installed and it came back still on there. And don't make us have to define either. The inside of the disc drive may be dirty, or the disc could have a scratch. Drag the file you want to your computer. It can be done to an extent, but there are some things you will never undo.
If your console is placed horizontally, the disc label will face upwards. Nintendo was nice enough to take notice and provide me with a new one! Unplug the power chord from the Wii console. Neither of the games I own have these, but I really don't think a knick that small would stop a game from running. So I restart the Wii, and everything seems fine and dandy. Okay, I've called Nintendo, and they said it's likely a problem with my Wii and Super Smash Bros. I removed it with tweezers and it will not insert again.
If it's a smudge, cleaning the disk will often fix the problem. Would you want to take that risk right now of them charging you ridiculous amounts of money for a free repair? Wipe a damp cloth across the disc, starting from the center hole in the disc to the outside layer. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Obtain some Wii game image files. Thank you for your time. If you know you are inserting the Game Disc correctly, but are still have problems with only one game or if you only have one game , try cleaning the Game Disc by following the disc cleaning procedures. Again, you will receive no warning, and ignorance is no excuse.
You won't lose any downloaded titles. Nintendo has been getting more harsh again homebrew on its system. Is there anything I should do, or did it delete the ticket? Goodluck in your repair endeavors : Check If the cd has scratches,fingerprints or anything else even after doing this it does not work the get a wet clean cloth and wipe the cd around the sides and everywhere so that it gets a good old wash. If it can be repaired is it something that we may be able to do ourselves? Try using the microfiber cloths used to clean eyeglasses or, alternatively, a tissue is second best. The games you rip or download will be stored on this drive.
I've just plugged my Wii-U in after leaving it by itself for a couple months, and rented two Wii-U games from GameFly recently - Zombi-U and Batman: Arkham City - but neither of them want to work. Even if Nintendo has been nice in the past about it all, it doesn't mean they won't get ignorant. I'm at a loss as to what to do. So I'm not sure what's up. Is this something that can be repaired, or do we need to purchase a new system. Remove the Wii console from its stand and tilt the front of the Wii downward to allow gravity to aid in the ejection of the disc, then repeat steps one and two.
My little brother was playing Super Smash Bros. Either way you will have to crack it open, have a look and give it a good test. Even if Nintendo has been nice in the past about it all, it doesn't mean they won't get ignorant. Mind you, this is a common problem, and if the problem you have is with dual-layered discs such as Smash Bros and Prime Trilogy, then Nintendo will fix it for free, and even pay for shipping, though it will take a few weeks for you to get it back. I bought and then my Wii has worked fine with Prime Trilogy haven't tried with Smash Bros.
Thanks Jhonn for helping me understand it a little bit. We have tried resetting and unplugging and neither have worked. Would you want to take that risk right now of them charging you ridiculous amounts of money for a free repair? This is the address that is unique to your Wii. Don't talk about stealing something, whether you've done it, or are going to do it. Also you should have used this time to see if there is anything in the drive and remove it. If that doesn't work, you might want to try using the same kind of lens cleaner you would use for a dvd player, and if all fails, then you're going to have to send it to Nintendo.
If still does not work then press the power button for 10secs and leave it for a minute and then turn it on again and insert the cd if it still does not work then your cd must have some technical problems. It turns out they just replaced the disc drive that's a given. It doesn't show my games or anything. This means that a burned disc is useless on Wiis that were made in 2008 or later. Loaded: this state is when there is a disk in the drive, there is a bit of metal that physically tried to stop from inserting more then 1 disk.
This format will allow you to save Wii and GameCube games. Do not rotate around the disc with the cloth, because you can force grime into small holes of the disc, further damaging it. I listened carefully to the disc drive's noises. It now loads and plays properly. I do have like 2 year extended warranty so I suppose I will copy all my save data to an sd card, and reformat the system and try that, if not I will then send in as I believe I am still under warranty through walmart's extended plan stuff.
Nintendo has been getting more harsh again homebrew on its system. There are several steps you can take to attempt to eject a stuck disc before you resort to sending your console in for repair. One being that the fuses have failed. If you had to get a new Wii, Nintendo can link your account to the new Wii. We did have a brief moment last night where it finally loaded, we had played a bunch of virtual console and when I went back to the main menu I saw the disc had loaded but that was the only time.