all games not working in back up luncher 0.3 gamma

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  1. anden1022
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    I have burned super paper mario and sonic unleashed in imgBurn but i can't get them to work in backup luncher 0.3 gamma. Other games (Super mario galaxy, mario kart, skate it) works great. Any tips?
     


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    BTW, could it be the burning speed? Both are burned at 4x.
     
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    cIOS used, DVD-R or DVD+R, burning speed, verification yes/no?
     
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    I used cIOS installer version 7, DVD-R disks, as I said 4x(I've also tried 8x, it didn't work either) and I alway use verification.
     
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    Do you get a black screen.....scrolling image..??

    What region are you and what region are the games..??

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    Do you get a black screen.....scrolling image..??

    What region are you and what region are the games..??
     
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    I had DRE problems at first, but then I found a comment on the WiiGator compatibility list about changing the IOS the game uses.

    Now I always use IOSPatcher on my disc images to change the game's IOS to 249 (the cIOS Gamma uses).

    I haven't had any disc read errors since I started doing that. Sonic Unleashed works beautifully; even House of The Dead 2 and 3 are both flawless (well, aside from the utterly horrible voice-acting.. [​IMG]).
     
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    I'm 99% sure super paper mario and sonic unleashed don't need this patching. House of The Dead 2 or 3 is one of the games which need it.
     
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    When I use "reboot with hooks" it says the disk could not be read. And when I run it directly trough buckup luncher it says the games disk could not be read. I'm thinking about patching the game.
     
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    shouldn't have to patch them... they both work fine for me without patching
     
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    Regions...????


    What R U

    What R the ISO's.
     
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    Eh. I figure, it's better to do it to every image just in case. It doesn't prevent any of them from working, and I avoid possible headaches and excess coasters. [​IMG]
     
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    You only need to look up if your game is one of these before burning. If you patch a .iso in any way it's trucha signed (or it isn't which is worse), in order to play this you need a cIOS with trucha bug, which is an additional requirement and could cause other trouble in the future.
     
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    My console is pal and both games are pal.
     
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    These 2 games should be working, so if you use the Gamma cIOS (rev7), Gamma and DVD-R or DVD+R with bitsetting with game region=wii region something is wrong with the .iso or your burn.
     
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    I have tried 3 diffrent sonic isos and all of them can't be wrong right, and my burn should be fine I use imgBurn at 4x with a fairly good dvd burner.
     
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    Patching didn't work either, I'm starting to wornder if I have a bad cIOS.
     
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    This was my 1st question. Some games just don't work with the rev6 cIOS, while others do.
     
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    I think cIOS may be wrong.
     
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    Ok one question, I can get Super Paper mario to work but after chapter 1-4 when you beat the dragon and talk to the lady that gives you the heart the game stops and says disc error, what causes this (also you have to talk to the lady too)
     
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    Do you continue to get the error in that spot?

    With burned games I just periodically get disc read errors (CoD:WaW is especially bad) and I just have to restart the Wii and startup the game again. I'm not exactly sure why it happens; I was wondering if it was some kind of timeout thing with the loader not reading the disc fast enough *shrug*
     

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