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Game problem I have been playing tales of symphonia on my wii and have been having problems with it. The game disk is pristine but when i put it in the wii and try to play it it usually says "an error has occurred. Turn the power off and refer to the Nintendo GameCube Instruction Booklet for further instructions." Some times i can get a good amount of playing in like 2-3 hours before this happens while other times it happens immediately. What adds to the veil of mystery is the fact that my wii doesnt do this with with any other game. It also doesn't help that my wii manual is in french. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Thomas

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    Same here. Sometimes I'll be able to actually play, like you, but the it'll say "The disc cannot be read" or something when I'm playing. This is the second copy I've had this problem with.

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Same problem but on gamecube. my wii actualy hates all gamecube games, runns on my friends just fine, but using mine... all GCN games freeze.
oh and the game disk I am using has all the files needed, no corruption (I downloaded an iso and compaired the data), and no scratches. I think the problem lies in the code that allows you to switch disks.

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The disk is might be not burned will change it or its have daged corrpted files inside it!!!


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to be assure try another cd oof the same game!!

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