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There appears to be an issue with the Wii console's internal system memory.

Based on the problem your system is experiencing, it appears your Wii console needs to be repaired.

Use this link below to determine your options.

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/wii_repair_home.jsp?problem=ERRFILESCORRUPT

Posted on May 25, 2011

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  • Gale Todd May 25, 2011

    Sorry the answer you received was not the answer you were looking for. It is the only answer though. The rating should rate the answer and not your unhappiness with your situation.

  • navyptcv67 May 25, 2011

    I did not base my rating on my situation~only on the response I received. It in fact was not helpful since it did not in any way answer my question. I was completely aware that it needed to be repaired and that I could send it in to Nintendo. My question was does it relate to the Disc Drive & is there in fact a hard drive. A simple glance at Nintendo's website will tell me to send it in for repair. Thank you anyway.

  • Gale Todd May 25, 2011

    Again, internal system memory relates to the boot portion of the system memory. There is flash memory with a boot sector on it and not a hard disk drive. So the answer was complete and the fact you have spent over $90.00 on a repair for a device you can now buy for $145.00 really surprises me. I am sorry for the incomplete answer, but I thought at this point you would be looking beyond this as a solution and just replacing the unit. I understand you have money invested into it, but it might not be a bad idea to keep this unit as a parts machine and purchase a new one. The cost of repairs will exceed the cost of a new unit. I hope this changes your feelings and warrants a much higher rating.

  • navyptcv67 May 26, 2011

    That is a more thorough response. When you state "again,....", I don't understand because the original response I received was simply that it needed to be repaired. At the time that I had the repair done, I simply dropped it off hoping it would not be too expensive. It belongs to my children & I wanted them to have it to play and already had over 50 games plus accessories. If I had thought about it, I would have just gotten a new one. Thank you for your time & your more complete response.

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