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Wii cosole When disk inserted it says press A to continue, when we press A it comes up on the screen system files are corrupted, please refer to operations manual. We have tried turning off and restarting but it does it every time with all our disks. Please help Thanks.

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  • Daisy1221 Dec 02, 2007

    Try turning the disk around upsidedown

  • XavAcid Nov 22, 2008

    When disk inserted it says press A to continue, when we press A it
    comes up on the screen system files are corrupted, please refer to
    operations manual. But this doesn't happen to all the games, though.

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Http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/repair_charts_wii.jsp
have to send in for repair.

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