I've been having some minor issue with my Wii for the past few months.
The only issue I had was those little white dots/pixels that usually appear in games.
I pretty much ignore them, but they really stand out during Twilight Princess.
I've did research on it and it might be because my Wii is over heating or something. If this is the case, its my fault for sometimes leaving my Wii on all night playing. xD
Some said it might get worse, but I'll ignore them until it really does get irritating in ALL my games.
On my first day playing SMG2, about 2 weeks ago, my screen turned white right before entering the World Map. Luckily, SMG2 saves automatically, but I was pretty scared if something serious happened. I turned off my Wii, took out the disk and restarted. The game worked perfectly.
A few minutes ago, I got slightly bored from SMG2 (I did beat it in 5 days, its been in my Wii for 2 weeks) and inserted SSBB. I played on Shadow Moses Island with Snake ;) and I pwned Sonic. :twisted:
Then I was talking to my friend about if they made a MGS game for the Wii and I would have totally bought it and stuff and yeaahh...
During the Character Selection screen, my Wii was doing some clicking sound. The same sound when you insert the disk, but it was going over and over again. Then a white screen popped out saying that there's some reading issues and that I should turn off my Wii and restart. Just like when it happened during SMG2, I was pretty nervous and scared. I knew that some Wiis out there had problems reading Brawl disks, but this was the FIRST time it happened to me. And I had Brawl since one day before its release date.( March 8th, 2008 ) O__o
So I did the same procedure and guess what, IT COULDN'T READ THE FREAKING DISK. O_O
I kept inserting it a bunch of times (Sexual Innuendo not intended) and it still couldn't read my disk.
I tried with SMG2 and it did work, but not for Brawl.
Since Metroid Prime Trilogy is also a dual layered disk, I tried to test it out.
IT ALSO COULDN'T READ MY DISK!!! :cry:
And I haven't finished the game. :cry:
This time I knew the problem was my Wii. =___=
I've heard about the Wii Lens Cleaning kit, so I'm going to try that first. If it doesn't solve my problem, then it's going to Nintendo. It would be nice to have a new Wii with all my data in it. Maybe it can also solve the white dots problem, but if I can fix the disk problem at home, then I'll continue ignoring those dots.
I can still play something else, but I'm worried if it starts to not read my other games. It DID happened with SMG2, a single layered disk, so it is possible. I never had problems with my Wii after playing with it for the past 3 years (gonna be 3 years in July). My Wii might be dying out. D':
I hope these problems are fixed before mid-July. I'd hate to spend my birthday without playing with my Wii. =___=
sigh... Time for some Pokemon and TWEWY. :|