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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by arcticreaver, Sep 12, 2007.
is it just me or does the Wii reads MP3 really loud?
It's not you, I noticed this too. I think its because Retro studios brought out the best it could on the sound.
Do you mean in-game sound? Or disc read sound? There is a lot of disc access throughout the game (in order to avoid "loading..." screens) so I've noticed more disc access noise compared to most other games.
i keep my games in mint condition. putting back to the case, taking out the cd when turning off the system. my MP3 disc has got some scuffs on it... outer ring of the cd. anyone else notice this?
The actual instruction booklet for the Wii warns you to place Disc's back in their cases when the wii is not on, but i just thought it was for some stupid reason however it seems as though i was wrong and that leaving the disc inside the wii when it is not on may cause some damage.
I believed that keeping it in your Wii reduced the chances of damaging it through human error.
Has anyone has any serious damage due to leaving disc's in?
Not so far, and I hope not in the future,,,I have a hard enough time getting my stupid sisters to even put the games in the cases and such
Like y'know how if you leave a GC or N64 controller upside down the Joystick gets screwed up? Well thanks to my sister I lost my first Nunchuck >_<
I finally fixed it, but it's hell and if it happens again I prolly won't be able to >_>
I mean, how the hell do you leave a nunchuck upsaide down?!? I don't even understand, it's almost as if she went out of her way to try to ruin it...
I always leave my games, after playing them, inside the consoles. Its just too much of a hassle to insert them back into the case and to remove them again and again. From what I have noticed, there are no scratches or damage of any other kind on my discs.
I have to agree with Byuakuya. Maybe because you are removing your games constantly you are getting scratches. No movement, no scratches.:smilewinkgrin:
but that doesn't make sense. the manual is saying that we should take out the games after we are done playing the game or when shutting off the system, which is what i am doing. maybe i should contact them about this issue.
Each time you take the disc out of the machine you stand a greater chance scratching it versus just leaving it in. Each time you eject it, it passes through the little black felt like material. From there you touch it to put it in the case. Between that transfer scratches are happening. How can it scratch if it isn't being moved except when the Wii spins it?
That makes sense (except you used the wrong kind of "except" =P) but if the manual says to remove it there must be SOME reason...
i'll take a picture of the scuffs, i can't clean them with microfiber towel i have. i'll post it later on today
i always put my games back in their cases but with the gamecube games i didnt for some reason
Most of you guys are lucky, the first time I booted up MP3 it gave me an error message.
man! I spent 80 dollars on my version of MP3! And the Wii scratched it up with something on the inside, I didn't bump it or anthing, now i'm down 80$ because nintendo refuses to help me! I think i'm converting to a different system -_-
...wouldn't that just cost more money in the long-run though?
Wooo Metroid Friday!