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The cause here is the Drive itself is ether dirty or showing signes of intermittency now the folks at www.videogamerepair.com can take this into consideration and have it repaired for you if its under warranty or not give them a try. Otherwise you might need to have nontendo get involved.
Maybe the disc reader in the Wii is having problems, this could be natural for the Wii, but if it isn't reading the disc, then try talking to the nintendo company and ask them that there is a loud noise in the Wii when its reading discs, they should know what to do. My Wii does that sometimes, especially Super Smash Brothers Brawl, but it still works though. hope that helps.
Does discs still load/eject into the drive? If so, you may have a corrupt HDD.
Try to boot into the recovery menu:
Power on the console (green light) Power off using front power button (red light) Now power on from front power button, continue holding the power button until you hear a 'beep'. Still holding the power button, a few seconds later you will hear 2 quick beeps, as soon as you hear the 2 beeps, let go of the power button and it should boot straight into the recovery menu.
From the recovery menu, choose to restore the HDD.
As long as the unit is plugged in, then the red light will still be there, that is just how the console works.
If you mean that it is spinning the disc, then I can't help you. If it really annoys you take out the disc after your done, and then it shouldn't spin. Unless I'm missing something that you need to specify, that's the only thing I can think of.
I had the same situation. I solved it by making sure the grey power cord for the wii was plugged in right and that it was plugged into a transformer. In the end the problem was that the wii was just not getting enough power. It doesn't exactly explain why the wii turned off every time I put a game in but at least I got the wii to work.