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    Question Wii clicks A LOT...

    I softmodded my Wii with SoftMii, and I recently have been noticing the disk drive on my Wii clicking A LOT when playing backups.

    This used to happen a little bit, but only in loading times. But now, whenever the Wii has to render a new object (I think) it clicks. It clicks very loudly when cycling through characters in Naruto, and clicks CONSTANTLY when playing Boom Blox, though I don't notice it too much when the volume is loud...

    I use Memorex DVD-R's and my wii is about 2 1/2 years old
    My friend has a newer wii and his does not click at all...

    Is this normal? Is my Wii getting messed up?



    Thanks a lot guys....
    Last edited by hackernerd; 05-28-2009 at 02:53 PM.

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    no im really doubting it that clicking noise is the laser going back and forth reading the disk..... ur is just going faster im asummming (idk y mine is staring 2 do it 2 but id have softmii) S

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathanb9595 View Post
    no im really doubting it that clicking noise is the laser going back and forth reading the disk..... ur is just going faster im asummming (idk y mine is staring 2 do it 2 but id have softmii) S
    Um...I'm not really sure what ur getting at here....

    So u mean its not going to mess up my wii? Is it normal?

    If mine is going faster, how do I slow it down?

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    Cool

    bottom line: its normal nothing will happen to your wii.

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    Thanks man... I feel much better now...

    I guess it is one of the side effects of an aged wii...

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    ya im going 2 asume that 2 cause mine is about 2 1/2 years old 2 S

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