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    SSBB problems with the Twilight Hack?

    I may be crazy but I guess it is worth looking into.

    I heard SSBB won't work on dirty Wiis Something abouta dirty laser and Nintendo needs to clean it... I also heard one particular chip won't work with it.

    but... could Twilight Hack possibly not allow it to load? SSBB maybe knows it is there? I just bought it today for my sons bday and it won't load. Keeps saying NOT ABLE TO READ DISC.



    If it's just a dirty lens is there a way to get a dvd cleaner to work to clean the lens? Maybe launch the cleaner with a homebrew app for dvds?
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    bought an authentic SSBB fm Nintendo ? it's a D9, double layer disc. yes, some wii exhibit read difficulty with this game. Repeatively load it may settle once a while. If dvd cleaner be used, don't try too much, as it may end up fatal crash.
    Or, return wii for 'laser cleaning" (ie. the rumor of laser misalignment).
    Twilight Hack does't affect SSBB.
    btw. make sure the game is of ur region ! U to usa, E/P to europe console.
    if u obtained a SSBB backup, that's another story.
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    Well... I found an "Official Wii Lens Cleaner Kit" at HMV for $11.99 (Suspecting the possibility of a dirty lens as foretold on the WWW.)

    It is an interesting kit. A disc with a handle that slides in. It has a raised foam pad under a stick-on scrubby pad. You enter the disc when the Wii is on and move the pad back and forth over the lens after applying some cleaner to the pad.

    First pad was used 6 or 7 times. Came out right filthy. I replaced it with a second pad (You get 6 total) and used it another 3 or 4 times. SSBB now works (Albeit a little loud inside my Wii) without issue.

    Thanks for the help. I hope this whole DVD-DL thing isn't going to become common in the future of Wii games. I only have 4 pads left

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    glad to kno SSBB working 5 now

    avoid to apply excessive pressure with those "pads". should practice it smoothly and lightly. the laser head movement is fatigue.
    keep the wii console away fm humidity; or pack it when not in use for weeks. dust in air may cummulate on len top. that hurts.

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