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Thread: My Wii's Disk Drive Is Dead! - Is there a way to play games from a USB hard drive?

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    When you said retail game channel, I thought you meant ones like the Wii Fit Channel. I have opened the disc channel and it asks me to enter a disc, obviously I cannot do that.

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    Then your drive is not electrically dead. Post a SysCheck as directed when you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Then your drive is not electrically dead. Post a SysCheck as directed when you can.

    Thanks for your help, here is the Syscheck as requested. Hope it make some sense.

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    FYI, I tried to get the News Channel working properly, but it crashes the system.... Perhaps this means it is my disc drive that is causing problems..
    Last edited by TylerDurdenK; 02-03-2014 at 12:59 PM.

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    SysCheck is OK. But remember this?

    Quote Originally Posted by TylerDurdenK View Post
    FYI, I tried to get the News Channel working properly, but it crashes the system.... Perhaps this means it is my disc drive that is causing problems..
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    Simplest way to verify: any real channel will refuse to load if the drive's electrically dead. If a channel won't load, then it's time to replace the drive.
    Your drive is dead, the SysCheck cannot even identify it. Nothing will load til you replace it.

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