I rented a game from Hollywood video and it had a upc sticker on it, well when I put the game in the slot the sticker came off and I heard the grind of the cd slot. Luckily, the cd did eject, but now I am afraid to play a game. What should I do? Would it be as easy as taking it apart and getting in there to remove the sticker? Help please :(
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Re: Wii--Sticker stuck in cd slot
If you are technically inclined you can take apart the entire unit and remove the cd player portion. Once you remove the drive itself you need can carefully take it apart and remove the sticker.
But keep in mind you'll void the entire warranty if you do this and you'll pretty much be flying solo because there isn't a lot of documentation on the internet yet about working on the WII.
My recommendation would be to take the system into hollywood video and demand to speak with a manager, explain to them the issue and if they don't assist you call their corporate office.
The damage is their fault, they need to take care of it.
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(also known as a WPA or WEP key) entered into the Wii console is not the
same as what your wireless router is set to allow.
Make sure the password is entered into the Wii exactly as it appears in your router's settings. Security keys are case sensitive.
Look for a sticker on the bottom of your
router. Many routers provided by Internet service providers have their
default password located on a sticker on the bottom of the router.
its probably the game.you may have to take the sticker of the front.it works for me.i was playing resident evil 4 and it froze.i took the sticker off and it works.i got that of my friend when we were watching a movie it froze he took the sticker off and it worked.i know it works for wii because ive tested it. :)
you would have to crack open the shell, but first try to use a butter knive this has happend to me before and you just have to guild the disc out a little bit Don't use games with the foil sticker in the center that you rent, they mess the track up
If you get anything foreign in the drive, you stand a chance of it getting caught-up in the mechanism and damaging the drive. If it's a sticker, that can be even worse. If you think you have something in your Wii, I would contact Nintendo to get it repaired.
lol funny situation now maybe you should get either 2 very thin peices of wire or something sort of solid and fish it out or unscrew your console and if there are wires hanging from bits just dont touch them and keep unscrewing and remember were you took the things out from then when you get to the cd slot take the ds card out and that should work good luck
try re syncing the remotes using the red button on the wiimote and the wii console and your wii remotes should all be working fine. if your worried about your sensor bar use a digital camera to take a picture of it, if the leds in the picture are working then your fine, or don't rent games from blockbuster, rent from jumbo video