by Kris Reid  April 11, 2010 4:10 pm

There’s no scratches, there’s barely any kind of marks on the back of the disk! Should I go here?
How long would it take if I lived in Warren, PA?
It says “unable to read the disk”, I need help!?! What’s wrong!!! (There’s no marks or scratches!)
I know for sure I’m putting the disk in the right side!
All these answers suck and did not help me so, I’ll put this up for a vote!

by Kris Reid  April 10, 2010 7:20 am

OK, so this is the story:

I live with my mum in bangladesh, but i have a mexican Wii, and all the wii games i have work perfectly.

But since i live in BD i cant buy any games, so my cousins bought me SSBB in the US and gave it to me for my b-day

One day it stopped working, i spend hours cleaning it, and so on, but it just wouldnt work; i gave up and just kept it safe;

then for X-mas my mum took us to Singapore, were I bought SSBB a SECOND TIME, and when i got home it worked, until one week after it would only work SOMETIMES until it didnt work at all…

Well so, i went to malaysia with school and we went to a mall and i sepnd MY MONEY to buy it a 3rd time, well it doesnt work…

So after some googleing i found this and well, since i live in BD this is a problem, and since i know that the problem aint the game but my wii’s lences i was wanderign weather i could…

Like put the game in an SD card and play it that way (just like a PSP, or a JailBroken iPod Touch) because im not planning to live in the US soon, and im not gonna spend another 250 Ringgit, which is over 1000 Mexican Peses (like 80 – 90 USD) on a game that I’ve bought thrice!!

And im SOOO sorry nintendo, i’ve never played any pirated games for your consols, and i dont wanna do it, but I really want to play SSBB since it is my favourite game ever, and if u cant fix my problem, then i’ll do what my friends do, not pay for it (although i’ve paid thrice)…

Plz tell me if i can just put the game in an SD card and play it that way!!!

by Kris Reid  April 8, 2010 7:03 am

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by Kris Reid  April 4, 2010 7:33 am

i just emailed Nintendo the following. if any1 out there has any suggestions pleeze help!!!!!

Hi. I bought a Super Smash Bros. Brawl Disk in early January. It is one of the funnest games I’ve ever played! But lately I’ve been having some issues with it. Now when I try and play it, after I pick my characters and click to go pick a stage it says “The Game Disc could not be read. Please read the Wii Operations Manual for more information.” I’m not sure what the Wii Operations Manual is though. I have a friend who knows how to fix them he said to spit on it and rub it on denim. That didn’t work. He also said to look at it in the light and see if I could see through any parts, and if so color on the designed side where I could see through. I found see through parts, and colored it. I still got the message.

So how do I fix this? I didn’t buy the warranty. Is there a way I can send it to Nintendo to somehow repair it? I don’t have enough money to buy a new one right now. Please help me!!! I

by Kris Reid  April 2, 2010 7:02 am

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by Kris Reid  March 30, 2010 3:07 pm

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