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    Blackscreen: "An error has occured. Please remove the disc..." Problem

    Okay I'm going to be as detailed as I can be.

    My Wii was working perfectly before this error:

    "An error has occurred. Press the Eject Button and remove the disc, then turn the Wii console off and refer to the Wii operations Manual for help troubleshooting."

    I had The Homebrew Channel installed, and was using neogamma r9 to load my games, and even had Priiloader installed. I was on 4.0U.

    Anyways, I took my Wii to a party one day and when I brought it out and inserted a full legit copy of SSBB, the black screen popped up before I could even get into the game. I read around and found almost 20 different explanations and an equal amount of fixes, but I'd just like to come here for some seasoned veteran opinions.

    I read the Blackscreen Guide sticky before posting this and since it's giving me the same error on all my original discs, I'm going to say it's not an IOS problem.

    Is there any way to fix this?

    I'd also be fully willing to upload a video of my problem.
    Last edited by Ryutso; 08-18-2011 at 02:21 AM.

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    Could be the laser is dirty.

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    And how exactly do I go about cleaning it?

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    Any lens cleaning kit will work. Even blow a can of air in it. I bet if you Google "how to clean my Wii laser" you can figure it out.

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