Hardware smash bros problem

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okay so my wii wouldn't read my super smash bros brawl disk (which doesn't have any scratches) so I went to Nintendo customer service and they told me it could be a problem with my wii but it doesn't mess up on any other games (oh by the way it works sometimes but other times I get an error message that says the game dist could not be read) so how is it possible for the problem to be my wii and if it is what's wrong with it.
 

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My copy of SSBB works works fine with softmii, its like tj_cool just said, some wii's have trouble reading dual layer disks.
 

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tj_cool said:
SSBB is so far the only Dual Layer disc
Some wii's have issues reading them
how do I get it to work correctly
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oddly enough, a wiikey fixed those problems for me. before I modded my wii, it would take a ton of tries to get the game to load, sometimes taking a half hour or more, ejecting and pushing the disc back in. But after I stuck a wiikey in my wii, my retail copy runs fine all the time on the first try.
 

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you need to clean your laser, there are some kind of cleaning discs with brushes on it, i think that will work
i bought one for €2,50 at the ACTION
 

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Or try an air-duster, since the lens is only likely to have particulates on it rather than smudges or a total smearing of something - unless of course someone in the house is a smoker ?
In that case, try the disk/brush thingy.
 
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