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Re: wii discs keep popping back out..will not read any...
Sounds like the drive mechanism has been damaged, there is a lever that is supported via a spring and sometimes if this gets bent or damaged this sort of error can occur. If you get it fixed let me know how you got on. If you need help i offer a full repair service www.fixmyconsole.co.uk
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One has nothing to do with the other. It's a coincidence.
The blue light means that there is an update available from Nintendo to be installed. It could also mean that you received a message or news from Nintendo. If you don't like the blue light, you can change it in the wiiconnect24 settings.
If your Wii isn't reading games, the first thing to do is to check the disc. If it is not scratched or no discs at all are working, your drive needs to be replaced. You can find a new Wii DVD drive replacement at the following page:
You will first need to make sure your Wii remotes have batteries. Then, turn on your Wii and go to the Wii menu.
Open the little white door on the front of the Wii game console (this may require using your fingernail). You will notice a little rectangular red button.
Open the battery compartment of your Wii controller, which may require removing the rubber jacket. You will notice a little round red button there.
Press and hold the red button on the Wii game system and the red button on the Wii remote at the same time for at least 2 seconds. I usually hold down the remote button, then press the game console button for 2 seconds because it is easier for me. You will notice the 4 little blue lights on the front of the controller blink many times. The lights will eventually stop blinking and one of the four lights will remain on. The light that remains on tells which number Wii remote you have. The one on the left is number 1. The second from the left is number 2, etc.
*** If you bring your remotes to a friend's house to play, don't forget to sync your remotes back to your Wii console when you get home.
I think you are asking about the slot illumination for the wii this is how you change it:
Access the Wii System Settings.
Move the cursor over the blue arrow on the right and and select it once to reach System Settings 2.
The following options will be available:
Choose Slot Illumination
Slot Illumination (Bright, Dim, and Off)
WiiConnect24 can let you know when it has received data by making the Wii console's Disc Slot illuminate. Select the option you want, then confirm your selection.
Bright: The Wii's Disc Slot will display a bright blue light when WiiConnect24 has received new data. Dim: The Wii's Disc Slot will display a dim blue light when WiiConnect24 has received new data. Off: The Wii's Disc Slot will not blink when WiiConnect24 has received new data.
When you connect to the internet wirelessly and Wii Connect24 your Wii will stay connected and recieve messages, updates, etc. That is why the disk area stays blue and the amber light stays on. Sometimes this will create a power failure. Just unplug your Wii from the wall and let it rest for a few minutes and plug it back in. The problem should be solved.
If your Wii is reading other discs fine but not the mario kart disc, then the disc has to be the problem. Look at it in a light and you might see some deep scratches or parts of the disc that have peeled off which is why the system isn't reading the disc.
Regardless, this time buy a new Mario Kart disc that way you know the disc won't be defective and won't be used by anybody else.
If Wii gives Disc Read Error, first step you need to check is to try
another disc or clean the exisitng disc. This will confirm that problem
is with either Wii or Disc. If the console itself is giving disc read
error then it needs to be repaired. You may check out DIY Wii Fix Guide,
that will show step by step information to fix the problem yourself. It
also gives information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a
kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide