If Wii gives unreadable Disc, first step you need to check is to try another disc or clean the exisitng disc. This will confirm that problem is with either Wii or Disc. If the console itself is giving disc read error then it needs to be repaired. You may check out DIY Wii Fix Guide,that will show step by step information to fix the problem yourself. It also gives information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide. ,
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The Nintendo Wii already comes with everything needed to play GameCube. GameCube disks are loaded and unloaded from the system in the same way that Wii game disks are used. To play the games you are going to need a GameCube controller and a GameCube memory card to save progress. On the top of the system (if the system is vertical) or on the side (if it is laying down) are two flaps, one which opens to reveal the controller ports and the other reveals the slots for the memory cards. To play GameCube, simply select the top left square from the main menu (like you would for any Wii game), select start, and then use the GameCube controller to play the game.
When you remove the drive there is a small circuit board on top of the drive near the loading tray that is connected with a small ribbon cable. This is the photocell sensor board that detects your disks and engages the motor to take the disks in. It could be out of alignment with the photocell emitters or loose connection with the ribbon cable. However I think this will only effect the intake of the disk into the tray and not have any effect on ejecting the disks. Have you checked the 'n-fuse'?
MANUFACTURES DEFECT.TAKE BACK. TO THE PLACE YOU BOUGHT IT FROM . CANNOT BE FIXED.IF THERE WERE SOME SCRATCHES AND IT HAD BEEN PLAYED BEFORE I WOULD SAY TO CLEAN DISC WITH DISH SOAP OR HAVE IT RESERFACED AT YOUR LOCAL GAME OR MOVIE SHOP.
Nintendo has a great customer service. Just call, and if it is something they can help you fix over the phone, they will. Otherwise you might have to send it in and they will replace the disk drive and it should work after that.