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How To Repair Nintendo Wii

Updated on May 4, 2011

How To Repair Wii Guide

Your Nintendo Wii not working? Getting error messages? Troubleshoot your Wii consoles fast! Learn how to repair it today!

Wii Console Freezes

If you’re an avid gamer, like I am, you certainly hope every year to get a video game on New Year. You may know that your relatives aren’t as immersed in the videogame hobby as you do, so you know it’s more a happy thought than a reality. You may even get one of two video games, along with the socks and the sweater that your aunts and uncles gave you.

However, getting a video game console is something that normally goes beyond your wildest expectations. Unfortunately for me, that’s more the case of children. I had to buy my Wii console. My wife got me the Dinasty Warriors game for my Xbox 360 console, so it was still a video game New Year.

Regardless how you got your Wii console, you almost certainly want to spend at least part of you New Year enjoying your new games (either the ones that you got or the ones that you bought for yourself).

When your favorite video game console breaks down, it can be frustrating, but when you get a freezing Wii console on Christmas, it can be almost mortifying.

The worst part of getting a freezing Wii console on a major holiday is that repair shops will be closed, so you’ll have a bunch of new games that you can’t play. Telephone service from Nintendo might not be available in your area either.

But don’t worry; now you can fix your freezing Wii console yourself. It’s not really that complicated. In fact, it’s really simple.

The process is a bit different depending on the nature of the freezing Wii problem. It basically breaks into whether it freezes during game or during some part of the menu screen, which very frequently is the language selection screen.

If the Wii console freezes during gameplay, then try loading a different game. If it loads and plays ok, then the problem is with the game and you just need to change it for a new one. If it doesn’t, it’s the Wii console that has the problem.

Wii Disc Read Error

The craze of gaming is increasing all over the world. Every year the number of users are growing all over the world. Users have experienced some of the problems during gaming. This is not an unexpected situation because no system is completely error free. Nintendo wii have created a good image among the users in the past few years.  But you might face some problem from them also. These problems can be solved easily with the help of the experts. So you just need to identify the problem properly.

If you are a regular gamer you definitely familiar with the Wii disc read error. Many times you insert a disc and get the message “there is no disc” or “please insert the game disc”. These massages create dissatisfaction among the users and disturb their enjoyment flow. But these are not very complex problem. If you are an expert user you can solve this problem by yourself.

There are some common reasons why we see Wii disc read error. Most common causes are overheating. It causes some of the connectors get burnt and therefore for proper functioning of the console. It’s a good idea to replace the disk when you experience Wii disc read error. If you try to repair it have the same problem in the near future. Many people still prefers to repair it from the authorized agent. But most of the time it’s time consuming and expensive. Like other wii errors (which can be solved easily by the user itself), Wii disc read error is little bit more complex.

The final option for the user is to do it by you. Don’t think you can not perform it by yourself. With the proper help from the service providers you can solve the Wii disc read error.

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