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    Bad to leave games sitting in the wii when it's off?

    My brother was reading his Wii manual, and it says it's not good to leave a disc in the system when its not being used... What the heck is that all about, I mean... The controller has a power button for a reason, so I don't have to get up! Does this mean I have to walk allllll that way to my Wii to take the disc out each time I turn it off, and put the game back in everytime I want to play??? SHATTY DEAL

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    hmmm this sounds interesting, I would like to know as well! anyone?

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    every manual you read will say this.

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    may have to do because the system is never realy fully off.


    wiiconnect24 makes the system run at night or when unused....soo yeahh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiicanada
    My brother was reading his Wii manual, and it says it's not good to leave a disc in the system when its not being used... What the heck is that all about, I mean... The controller has a power button for a reason, so I don't have to get up! Does this mean I have to walk allllll that way to my Wii to take the disc out each time I turn it off, and put the game back in everytime I want to play??? SHATTY DEAL
    wait, you mean you dont want to get up to touch your precious wii...

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    Yes it's just a recomendation, but I say to leave it there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cap'n Crunch
    wait, you mean you dont want to get up to touch your precious wii...
    I can touch my wii in bed...... did that come out sounding weird?
    If the Xbox 360 console falls and hits someone, especially a small child, it could cause serious injury.

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    Considering how bullet proof all nintendo products have been in the past I'm pretty sure that ultimately my system won't kerplode because I leave the game sitting in it.. THe only fear I really have is that either the disc will get scratched somehow by maybe the system being bumped on the desk without it running... or, that maybe when the system is on standby something funky and magnetic is going on that could wreck the CD. Neither of these seem reasonable to me so screw this, I'm gonna ignore nintendo on this one!

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    This is probably so that if you ever have to move the system the disc wont get scratched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocdan
    I can touch my wii in bed...... did that come out sounding weird?
    haha lol, that's erotic... or the way you setup your room... is smart!

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