in the home menu go to wiimote settings click reconnect you hear a ding noise now simultaneously press 1 and 2 on your wii remote now press any button (except the power button) to return to the home menu.
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I'm getting a similar error. I put in every wii game I own, and every single game had a black error message screen with white text informing me to remove the disk + turn off the power. However, for some odd reason my gamecube games work, as does Okami and Mario Kart Wii.
I will admit I've been incessantly resetting my wii since I'm recording a speedrun, and sometimes let the wii move + shake a lot, though this doesn't explain why 2/10 of my wii games are still working when all the discs are in similar condition.
Hey cubbyandmel, Nintendo has developed a FAQ and step-by-step troubleshooting guide for Wii controllers that you may want to check out if replacing the batteries has not resolved the problem. You should be able to find the FAQ using the link I've provided below, but before visiting the site you may wish to double-check your console's sensitivity settings. If only one dot (or no dots) appear on the sensitivity screen, you may be encountering hardware problems with the Wii's sensitivity bar. If there are more than two dots however, your Wii may be detecting an additional infrared device or heat source in the area. http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/ts/wiiremote.jsp#misc Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.