OK it took a while for me to notice this but the disk has to face a certain direction or the disk won't be read... Sorry if this isn't helpful... but you can have a picture of hinata! and some pokemon thing! ( P.S HE HE I am a girl! :P :) )
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Older Wii consoles have problems with newer games like Super Smash Bros. Brawl as they use Double-Layer discs. The layer in the console is very sensitive to dust, a cleaning disc may solve that problem. Else, send the wii to Nintendo's support.
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.
We had similar problems after buying Super Smash Bros Brawl. I noticed that the Wii could read which disc was in the system but could not load it in order to play. This seemed like a shortage of memory to me (but the error message does not indicate a memory issue). I bought a 1 gig sd memory card for the Wii and now it works perfectly. BTW the kid at the Best Buy store did not think this would work, but it did. Good Luck.
1) Is the disc inserted correctly, have you tried it both ways?
2) Is the disc a Wii game disc or Gamecube disc
3) Some newer dual layer discs of Wii games, such as Super Smash Brothers Brawl and Mario Kart Wii have had some issues being read by older Wii's with dirty optics, you may have to contact Nintendo for support if that is the case, though some have tried to clean it with a laser head cleaner, not sure how effective that is.