The Wii seems to be scratching perfect circles around all of the games. We have no games that work now (ruined a huge investment!) The kids want new games, but I do not want to drop that kind of money on games if the Wii is going to keep on doing this! Please help, anyone else have this problem?
(For Quick Solution Read All Caps) I Did Also... you need to remove the ga,es from the after playing... and if you stop playing the wii take the disk out... the wii keeps reading the disk no matter what you are doing so... simply put:
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it could be your wii,but if you were to clean a disk use tooth paste and gently rub it on the disk up and down. never clean a disk in a circular motion. or go to a game store and ask if they can clean the disk. or buy scratch out. can be found at a block buster. hope this helped. :)
This is the exaclty the same thing that happends to the xbox 360.. if your wii scratched your game while it was standing vertical, put your wii on its side. if it scratched it while it was on side put it vertical. If your game doesnt work anymore and you have scratch warranty on this game, id return it soon as you can. Or get the game fixed. but if it still works, i have the same problem with my wii but the game still works fine in the future.
Is it just dusty, or are there scratches? If it is just dust, clean is with something soft- t-shirts work quite well ni the abscence of anything else.Make sure to clean from the middle to the edges in lines, not circles. For small scratches, a sometimes very useful solution is toothpaste.Put some toothpaste by the scratch and rub it it, then wash of excess toothpaste and dry the disc.The toothpaste fills in the scratch, leading to a temporary fix.