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Games arent starting

The gamecube is turning on, reading the memory cards but when you put in a disk it is saying that there is no disk. What is the problem?

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Possibility #1:
The disk reader of the game cube is damaged
Possibility #2:
The disks are damaged

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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