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I had this same problem, its just a issue with the disk driver hand (Its the hand that pulls GC disk and Wii disk into the disk holder) to fix pick up the wii, tilt it upright (to where the back of the wii (where the USB ports are)) is facing the ground and the disk slot is facing the ceiling. Simply put the disk in the console and gravity should do the rest. Also the disk will eject really easily so don't worry about the disk getting stuck inside of the console.
Get a 360, because you might get bored with the Wii after you spend 100 playing Brawl W00T!
My guess is that your Wii doesn't have the ability to read dual layered discs. You'll have to send it in to Nintendo to fix this. There isn't really a warranty issue with this, Nintendo workers just got lazy. That should fix your Brawl problem, but I don't know about Wind Waker
it looks like the game is resusing the data and is stuck what u should do is go intot he momory card delete all the data about that game and then start a new game. if this dosent help get a new memory card
i have had this problem myself. if the game played normally up to the time you were told the disc could not be read, then take out the disc and clean it off. you would be amazed how easily dust and interfer with the normal disc operation. i hope this helps.
Its either the game disc or the lens of the gamecube. Try cleaning the disk or try another disc. If the cube still doesn't read the disk your lens is probably scratched in which case you would need a new gamecube.
I have a game cube that does the same thing. I open it while it's turned off and put my finger on the eye and slide it back and forth a few time. It works after a few tries. I think the gears that move the eye are wore out.