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First turn the Wii console power OFF, and remove the AC adapter's AC plug from the power socket. Next, check wheather the disc is dirty or scratched. If it is dirty, gently wipe with a soft cloth from the center to the outside. Wait about 5 minutes. Then plug the AC adapter's AC plug back into the power socket and turn the console power on.
If the same message still appears, the Wii console may be damaged. Turn the Wii console off immediately. Remove the AC adapter's AC plus from the plug, and visit support.nintendo.com for additional troubleshooting or call 1-800-255-3700.
E 68 is a hard drive error, try removing the hard drive and turning the system on. If that works, turn off your system and reconnect the hard drive, then turn it back on, if it still works YAY!! If not, you may need a new hard drive....
This is an hard drive error, try taking your hard drive off and play a game without it, turn console off and re-attatch hard drive and see how you get on.
If still no joy, can you try your hard drive on a friends console, this will tell you whether its a problem with the hard drive its self, or whether its an epron error with your console.
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E68 is an hard drive error, turn it off and remove your hard drive, try to play a game without it, if it works, turn it off again, replace the hard drive and see how you get on, if it still will not work can you try the hard drive on another xbox, this will tell you if its a problem with the hard drive or an internal problem with the box.
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Hard Drive Error... It could be a problem with the Hard Drive itself or a problem with the internal connection to the hard drive, Try removing the hard drive and playing without it, This can also be caused by a Hard Drive Eprom Error.
there's a possible hard drive issue on this.
try the ff:
-turn off your xbox
-remove your hdd from the xbox
-turn on the xbox while the hdd is removed
-if you're still getting the sme error code, your xbox needs to be repaired/replaced
-=hope that your xbox is still under warranty=- ^^
This error code appears in the center of a black screen on the
television or on the monitor.
If you receive a different error message, you are experiencing a
different issue. For more information about what to do if one red light
flashes and you receive a different error message, click the following
article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Error 68 Is A Voltage Error. This can be caused by several Things. If you,ve recently Added any extra devices To the 360 ( Such as An External Fan et,c ) remove them and try to re-start.
Also if its a Premium, ( with Hard-Drive ) remove The Hard-Drive And see if this causing The Problem.
Mike @ compurepair.