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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look at the floppy disk using Windows Explorer. You should see something to the effect of menu1, menu2, menu3 menu4 and one or two files with a file extension of something like .mhv or .phv . Inside the menu folders, you will find the .shv files.
Just writing the .vip or .hus to the floppy will not work.
Keep me posted and I'll try to come up with something more.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
SOURCE: On my DMR-ES35 Panasonic after perfect operation for 18 months, I'm getting a NO READ message, on disks already recorded on this unit,and several new disks of different makes. The main sympton now is
Same problem. "NoREAD" after about 15 months of moderate usage. Cleaned laser eye thoroughly. Solution is a class action lawsuit against Panasonic.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
SOURCE: The game disk could not be read.
It sounds like the disc reader is dirty, it's the little clear circle right under where a disc would go, closest to the back of the unit.
To clean, open disc cover, locate the disc reader, use a dry soft towel or some toilet paper and gently wipe it off, sometimes even a little dust can cause a problem. This should do the trick. If it doesn't, then either the disc is scratched or the Game Cube has something wrong with it.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2009
The first step is to check the disc. If you are sure this is not a
problem with the game disc, then this is usually a problem with either
the laser inside of the Wii's drive, or some other issue going on
inside of the DVD drive. The following website sells the DVD drive
mechanisms and does repairs on the Wii as well:
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
what you have said it sounds like you have the DISK READ ERROR
main cause is Hardware failure due to overheating or just simple wear
will need to perform simple maintenance to your console
can send your Wii to Nintendo to fix this. If your in warranty its
free. If not the repair cost would be $150 and a wait time of 4-6
other solution is what I did and the way more and more gamers are
turning nowadays is a Good
Wii Repair Guide that shows you how to fix the problem yourself.
I have never had a problem with this one so far for over a year, well
worth it. Its my most recommended guide online.
this is all the help and advice I have on this so good luck.
can get back to gaming
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