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Can I erase the info on my Wii Music?

My son just played my daughter's new Wii Music and she's having a fit because he did some lessons and earned new instruments that she wanted to do. Any idea if there is a way to reset this disc so it's like starting all over new again? I can't find any info in the manual.

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Go into the bottom left hand corner of the main wii screen and click settings. Then the left hand button on the next screen (management i think) and from there just look for the saved data for that game. Delete and it should be like new. You can do this with your memory card details in the same way

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Just Go to the wii's Memory formater and delete the box that that is wii music.

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