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    wii slot in driver problem

    Hello! first of all wonderfull forum! I found a lot of answer to my questions but I have a problem that couldn't find an answer.

    I noticed that my games are getting scratched more and more as long as I play with them..

    I don't think those scratches are very problematic (very very very thin and noticiable only with a very strong light on the dvd and only in particulars point of view that said without pointing the light with an appropriate angle there isn't any visible scratch)

    however is it possible for the slot in driver to scratch even very softly the disks? or this is absolutely impossible and I have to replace my wii? thank you for the answer

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    Hmm...Not sure, I'd wait to see what more people on here say before you take any action but that would bother me too. It would really suck to have to buy a game again because it gets scratched up like that.

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    up :P

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    up again.. no one noticed that?

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    well my wiisports disc was getting pretty bad in that cheap paper case so i took it and put it in the ice age 2 dvd case and switched the paper thigns lol ( the case was white too so it looks good) BUT then i noticed my twilight princess scratched, so i contacted nintendo and they sent me a long bullshit we didnt read ur email thing that had some quotes from the manual in it

    long story short if you move ur wii alot then take the discs out first (like i move mine from the living room to my bedroom so i can play on a bigger tv in the living room, but from moving so much the disc spins in there freely and gets scratched on some secret nintendo disc scratching technology but that is where i got some scratched on my TP disc tho

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    I just had a look at my games they too have starches, starches are going to be there whether you like it or not as long as the starches dont get too big there shouldn't be anything to worry about.

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    I've never moved my wii.. so I'm guessing that the problem is the slot in driver.. very bad for a nintendo product.. I'm very disapponited

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    this thread had me worried but i just checked and mine have no scratches

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    dunno I fear I have to change my wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by nero81af
    dunno I fear I have to change my wii
    If you believe it is your Wii causing the damage I would contact Nintendo support asap. Make sure to mention other Wii users are not having hte same issue so they dont refer you to the manual. Also document everything, times, dates, scratches. Then if your game dies due to the scratches you have proof it was your Wii.

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