My disc while reading make noises, and doesnt read
On any disc, it makes noise. when it does, its not reading anything. The noise happens most of the time. when im lucky, it doesnt like for 2 min. then it reads. so whennever it makes noises then it doesnt read.
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two of the main problems associated with players are their motor's and their lens. the lens emitts a light which reads the image off the disc, if the lens is going bad then that lighting signal isnt as strong as it should b and it wont be able to read the disc. on the other hand if the motor spinning the disc is spinning to slowly or it starts but doesnt continue spinning to allow the lens to read the disc then u will experience the problems that u are facing with your player.
solution: get the whole lens motor mechanism changed.
If there is a bad noise coming from inside of your Wii when you are trying to load a game, either there is something stuck inside of the DVD drive or a part has fallen out of place. If you feel comfortable with it -- open up the Wii and check things out. Make sure the kids didn't put anything in the drive. If you're not comfortable with it, the following website does Wii repairs and sells the whole DVD drive unit for the Wii:
Hi my name is Juan and the problem you got is with the bluray laser lens they have stopped reading games you can check this out put a cd on your ps3 and at the same time place your ear on top cover and will heard 3 clicking noises of the laser but make no noise because this clicking noise is so fine that you need to make no noise it goes click click click you will hear it but make sure you put your ear on top cover at the same time you insert the disk it takes about 3 -4 seconds for the clinking noise after you have insert the cd some lasers they do try to read and they make the disk to spin off and on some they do make the disk to spin normally but nothing happen and the solution is to replace the laser lens I am a ebay trusted power seller and I can get you one if you want to
Hi you will probably get constant disk errors because it is not the best console you can get. The older versions are now stopped being prossesed. My best bet is to get some rubbing alcohol.The spray doesnt really make an effect but will also make an effect.Im not sure what the effect is but your bets bet is to get rubbing alcohol.
If you have any further questions please ask me.
Turns out the rubber disc grip on the spindle simply needs to be cleaned (using an alcohol wipe). This is the part that holds the disc firm while it's spinning...the noise and failed disc reads comes from this rubber getting dirty and allowing the disc to slip. Total time to fix including disassembly was less than 15 minutes!