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Console problem Hi, after playing for 5 minutes the console will stop and there is a note on the screen: ERROR OCCURED. TURN OFF THE POWER AND UNPLUGED IT AND EJECT THE DICS and SO ON...

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  • drunkmonkey9 Aug 02, 2008

    Hey, I'm having a problem playing any of my games. I still play gamecube games on my Wii, but those won't work either. The only game that seems to work at all is Madden 07, which is a gamecube game. I can play that for a little while, but it invariably freezes at some point. All the rest of my games, Wii or gamecube, don't work from the start. Any ideas?

  • jules_xxxooo Aug 03, 2008

    soory, that was my first post. didn't realize I was posting as a solution.

  • Anonymous Aug 04, 2008

    The wii console invariably freezes and the buttons become unresponsive.Even after switching it back on the console does not read the disc.Have tried keeping the console off for few hours but the problem persists.Although sometimes the disc comes out by itself after few minutes the problem recurs.

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner May 11, 2010

    does it give you a error code number?

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Maybe your gamecube games are cracked in the middle or scratched yeah that has happen to me it could be also a virus from websites you might get or its the game.

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I'm having the same issue. Doesn't matter what game disk is in, after a little while of playing, the screen goes black with the message that disk can not be read. Eject disk and power off, then power back on and re insert disk. No error code is given. I just bought this console yesterday and this error has happened probably 10 times already. Wanted to get online and see if this was a common wii problem or I just possible got a bad one.

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