I think a gamecube game stuck in my wii. Actually i never realized it, and my sister put in a wii game in and started to play the wii game. My family all heard a buzzing sound coming from the wii, we then took out the wii disk and found a perfect circle scratch on it. -the size of a gamecube game- Most likely from the gamecube game, which we all think is in their. We push the eject button but nothing will come out, and every time we put a new wii game in, we hear the buzzing, and a new circle scratch appears on a wii disk. The funny thing is, we can still put a gamecube game in the wii, and we can play the gamecube game. (but we still hear the buzzing sound) Please, does anyone know a solution? Thanks. :)
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Assuming the Wii unit is situated vertically, look on the top of the unit. There should be two flaps. Lift them, and you will find plugs for four GameCube controllers and two GameCube memory cards. Plug in the controllers and go.
Bare in mind that only a very small number of Wii games actually use GameCube controllers. The controller slots are primarily for playing GameCube games on the Wii, which the Wii can do right out of the box, provided you have the controllers and memory cards.
If there is a game stuck inside the system, nintendo will want to have it come in for repair so they can safely remove it and get it back to you, if youve had it with in a year they should do the fix for free. Give them a call and see what they have to offer.
Well i have expirienced the same thing. what you have to do is put the console face down so that the game slot is facing the floor then press the eject button but if that doesnt work you have to heat up the system by leaving it on for about 3 hours then tilt it and press the button and that should get the disc out for you.
logic 3 controllers are not good, return the logic 3 controller to the store and buy a NINTENDO wavebird instead, i bought mine used and it is perfectly fine. you might have the controller plugged into port (....) instead of port ( . ) so try that or buy a wavebird instead ( if you ask me , buy the wavebird). I think my sister's friend's brother had the same problem. But he gave up on it. Probably faulty. Third party gamecube and wii accessories (excluding nyko) are bad or do not last very long.