Didnt know where to put this

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Jan 1, 2010

Didnt know where to put this by rayben at 5:50 AM (1,111 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. rayben
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    Yep. I screwed up. Tried putting my sd card back in my wii while talking to a freind. I wasnt looking and put the sd card in the disk slot and it took it lol.

    Has this ever happened to anyone else?
    Any suggestions/ideas before i buy a triwing screwdriver?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    um idk but have u tried pressing the eject button? sorry for the lame reply. im not good with this stuff
     
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    yeah I tried that first. i spread the little black thing (guessing its a dust guard) with some tweezers so I could see, cant see it. its in there pretty good lol.

    Anyone know a good guide for taking the drive apart?
     
  4. Hatsu

    Banned Hatsu Someone's been killing, eh?

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    Lol, did the same with my new iMac.

    Turn your wii with the drive facing the floor. Use a credit card to open the flaps. Shake the Wii about. The SD Card should come out.
     
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    problem is its actually IN the drive. I cant even hear it shaking about in there when i try.

    Thanks though
     
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    Oh, OK.

    I don't any guides to take it apart, but I do know a guide to open it.

    A guide to Opening your Wii
     
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    Thanks. Ive always kinda wanted to open it anyway. [​IMG]
     
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    You could try to cut a piece of thin plastic to a U-form insert it in the disc slot and try to get it out that way.
     
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    the best way is to open it. you might damage internal parts by shaking it or forcing some objects inside your wii.
     
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    that's awesum [​IMG]
     
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    i wonder what other things could the wii take in??? [​IMG]
     
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    My 4 year old son has done this twice!!!!!!

    - 1st time I was able to shake it out.
    - 2nd time it had to be opened up.

    Because it sounds like yours isn't moving - only option is open the lid.
     
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    Just another thing I have in common with 4 year olds. [​IMG]

    Ordering a screwdriver set from DX.
     

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