Challenge (Muramasa)

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by kirokun, Sep 13, 2009.

Sep 13, 2009

Challenge (Muramasa) by kirokun at 9:15 AM (1,064 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. kirokun
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    I searched but it seems that im the only one getting this problem...

    I can't play Muramasa on my Wii... and to make it a lil fun im going to let you guys ask me questions and hopefully one of you guys will help me get Muramasa to play!

    I'll start you guys off...

    Error:
    "Unable to read Game Disc, please refer to the manual..."

    Tools:

    Sys Menu 4.1U
    NeoGamma R7
    Backup Launcher
    All IOS's updated
     
  2. idklol

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    Could be autoimmune. Maybe lupus?
     
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    its never lupus!
     
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    Banned beegee7730 ITS PAAFEKUTO!

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    Its not lupus.
     
  5. Eddie_Brock

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    Apply the '002 fix' to your loader, and Enjoy!
     
  6. kirokun
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    Meh i guess no one wanted to play D:

    BTW... before i do that, could it be that Wiisrcubber was used on it?
     
  7. Szalkow

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    "Unable to read Game Disc" = bad image, bad scrub, or bad burn.

    If it's a disc, re-burn it, and make sure it's not a bad scrub (scene releases are probably fine - I prefer importing my games into a WBFS manager and re-extracting the image for a decent scrubbed file).
     

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