Sorry to bump this up again, but it started happening again, pretty much every time I put a different disc in. It don\'t think it\'s a problem with the discs, as it is for each different disc.
The Wii is up to date and everything. It gets unplugged when not in use
I found the manual, and it doesn\'t really help that much. Called Nintendo, they weren\'t very helpful either. They wanted an error code, but there isn\'t one and so started telling me it couldn\'t be an error as there wasn\'t a code for it. Going to call again tomorrow and hopefully get someone more helpful
Why anyone would put up with a broken Wii is beyond my comprehension
If Nintendo gave me that BS on the phone I would demand to speak to the floor manager instantly, not cower and get off the phone I wont stand for any of that crap.
OK plain and simple, you should call the service center and explain all including the ill service they have provided, then send your Wii to get repaired, because it is BROKEN.
You should not have to go through crap like that to play any disc. If I had that problem I would have got it sorted straight away, before it got worse and could possibly damage the console further.
\"Hello, I would like to speak to a superior member of staff instantly, this due to the fact I have been afforded ill service from your technicians up to this point\" (do not budge in tone)
*gets floor manager*
\"Hello, I called yesterday concerning a issue I am having with my Wii -(state problem in full)- I was told by one of your supposed technicians that I could not have a \"error\" with my Wii as there was no \"error code\" to be found on screen!. (one that he could understand from his guidebook more like)
It is very likely that at this point that the guy at the other end will ask you to send your Wii in for repair. They do this when it\'s not a fault that cannot be rectified via a telephone call. Follow the packaging guidelines on the website, send it recorded delivery and attach a statement of what the problem is and also what you have been doing to work around it.
Copy all save data, and request to keep all VC games.
SIMPLE. If they were fully aware of your problem the last time around they would have suggested you send it in. Nobody wants to have to do that but the alternative is worse. If the problem you have persists it could be damaging components or disc mechanisms further to the point it does not work altogether.
( Edited 19.03.2008 13:02 by Linkyshinks )