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    take it out! Or, buy the disc cleaner for about 5 bucks

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    When you turn the Wii on with a disc in it, wait for the drive seeking sound (sounds like an electronic chicken) to stop before you press the A button to dismiss the health warning. Mine has locked up before too. It hasn't since I started waiting for the seeking to stop.

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    I always leave my disk in.....although my cousin says you shoudnt casue it may casue problems
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    gracias, amigos!

    Thanks for all your replies, everybody! I think i'll just stop being lazy and take it out every time i turn it off. no sense in risking it.
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    Not to put a downer on the advise here...

    But... Leaving your disc in the Wii unit, even with WiiConnect on 24/7 will not damage the disc at all. The problem you have sounds like a return to shop as it is faulty.

    If your Wii is locking up like this, make sure you have the latest update, if you still have the problem, get a replacement Wii.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haz
    Not to put a downer on the advise here...

    But... Leaving your disc in the Wii unit, even with WiiConnect on 24/7 will not damage the disc at all. The problem you have sounds like a return to shop as it is faulty.

    If your Wii is locking up like this, make sure you have the latest update, if you still have the problem, get a replacement Wii.
    Hm...I would, but i only have one problem with it, and it's not a big one. I don't think i'd be able to survive without my wii while they replaced it
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    How long have you had it?

    Different laws are applicable depending on how long you have had it.


    Write like a four year old and I'll treat you as such Haz, proudly supporting correct use of English and grammar on the forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haz
    How long have you had it?

    Different laws are applicable depending on how long you have had it.
    SINCE about february 07
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    It sucks that your Wii is doing that. I leave the disc in all the time and nothing has gone wrong yet, but that's only so far.

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    Trust me, if you leave your disc in the wii console after playing it (which will be all the time, otherwise disc wouldn't be in there) it will eventually break or damage both pieces, wii and the disc inside. Do you not read the wii safety manual? it states this in almost every console safety manual.

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