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    leaving disc in wii bad?

    will leaving a disc in the wii be bad for it?some say that the leaving a disc in it is bad because it causes this one metal piece to bend?and then this metal piece causes the bad very loud buzzing sound,please someone tell me that this is not true,i will be reliefed

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    Leaving a disk in the wii is fine, in fact it's required(to a certain point) when playing games via DML and DM.

    Long story short you're fine.

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    thanks,i finally managed to put my wii back together,thanks so much,and i hacked it yesterday,and everything looks good to go
    i also managed to fix the wii sound issue,thanks for the guide anteara
    but one thing is that my wii makes pretty much no sound when playing on it,but maybe every 10 seconds it just makes this vibrate buzz noise,its temporary and then comes back then goes again and then comes back once again,its really not that loud,and the sound is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay quieter than before,im just concerned ,is this normal?will it damage my wii,and will it go as time passes,or are just wiis like that and it is normal,well i hope so
    thanks anteara

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    Here is a quote from a nintendo moderator that should put you at ease:

    It is normal for some amount of noise to come from the Wii console, as there are various moving parts inside of the system. Additionally, the Wii console may make noises as it's reading discs, which may become louder at certain times.If the Wii console is making an especially loud noise (for example, so loud you can hear it over your TV), then your system may need to be repaired.

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    anteara i have one last question....when im playing my super smash bros brawl disc,the wii doesnt make any noise,but then it does at certain parts when the game is loading,for example when picking a stage,or picking an event and it says loading....etc,but isnt that supposed to be normal?im not sure but i just noticed this now,was this happening also from before but i just didnt notice it?it seems kinda normal,but when loading its like you can hear a part in the wii going back and forth doring load times,and it seems it does it too much...........ease me once again please

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    Quote Originally Posted by placebooooo View Post
    anteara i have one last question....when im playing my super smash bros brawl disc,the wii doesnt make any noise,but then it does at certain parts when the game is loading,for example when picking a stage,or picking an event and it says loading....etc,but isnt that supposed to be normal?im not sure but i just noticed this now,was this happening also from before but i just didnt notice it?it seems kinda normal,but when loading its like you can hear a part in the wii going back and forth doring load times,and it seems it does it too much...........ease me once again please
    Its normal

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    What you're hearing is the laser moving back and forth......I think...........

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    It is normal
    But then again, normally, the disc drive is the first part of a wii that stops working
    The drive they use is fairly low quality (it struggles to read dual layer discs)

    If you are not using DML and load your games through usb loaders, then it is better for your wii not to have a disc in

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