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It won't work

Always when i tried to play Wii a green panel appears written "please shut the wii, take the cd off and read the manual" i did read, I had to call to the nintendo company, I did for hours and everyone was busy, I don't know what to do, help me please ! T_T

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  • andre08 Aug 24, 2008

    well when I try to play all of my games on the wii, it's now giving disc read error or the game disc out and cut the wii off.

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I'm getting a similar error. I put in every wii game I own, and every single game had a black error message screen with white text informing me to remove the disk + turn off the power. However, for some odd reason my gamecube games work, as does Okami and Mario Kart Wii.

I will admit I've been incessantly resetting my wii since I'm recording a speedrun, and sometimes let the wii move + shake a lot, though this doesn't explain why 2/10 of my wii games are still working when all the discs are in similar condition.

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