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This can be caused by a dirty laser in the drive. Try cleaning the laser with a q-tip and alcohol. If this does not fix the problem, the laser may need to be replaced. Contact Nintendo and see if the unit is still under warranty.
Is it just one game in particular? if so refer to the people who make the actual game, if its more than one game, then contact nintendo and talk about getting your system repaired, if its under warranty( one year ) you should qualify for a free repair.
go here for the manual download and go to page 24 for renaming (nicknaming) the wii or download the manual (it is in pdf format) it will have all the information you need for all the settings on your wii and it is a free download.
You need to synchronize the remotes with the console. In the front of the console there are two small covers. One of them is for the remotes, push it in with the game on. then take the battery cover on the wiimotes and press the small red button, one wiimote at a time. That will set you up. Hope this will work.