.Your disc is stuck in Wii Console, It needs to eject manually. You might check out Wii Fix Guide,
that gives step by step information on Dis-Assembling with screenshots,
even a novice can fix the disc eject problem with the help of this DIY
Guide. It also gives the information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, So its a kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide.
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Older Wii consoles have problems with newer games like Super Smash Bros. Brawl as they use Double-Layer discs. The layer in the console is very sensitive to dust, a cleaning disc may solve that problem. Else, send the wii to Nintendo's support.
Your problem is that your wii doesn't support dual layered disks (like Brawl) Call 1-800-255-3700 for their tech support and tell them about your situation. It should be completely free (shipping and everything) If you are told different, call repeatedly until you find someone who will set you right
We had similar problems after buying Super Smash Bros Brawl. I noticed that the Wii could read which disc was in the system but could not load it in order to play. This seemed like a shortage of memory to me (but the error message does not indicate a memory issue). I bought a 1 gig sd memory card for the Wii and now it works perfectly. BTW the kid at the Best Buy store did not think this would work, but it did. Good Luck.
if you have it standing up, lay it down. This happens to me all the time with super smash bros: brawl. Just turn it the other way (if standing lay it down, if laying stand it up) and just move it around (slap) and the disc should come out.