Disc Channel can not read back-up DVD-Rs

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May 12, 2010
  1. bmwu14
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    Newcomer bmwu14 Newbie

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    Hi:

    I just softmodded my cousin's 3.4U Wii.
    I used Banner Bom and HBC and Wad Manager were installed.

    I then used Waninkoko's Safe Upgrade to 4.1U (HBC application) to upgrade to 4.1U.

    I next used Pimp My Wii 1.31 to upgrade to 4.2U. However, after I performed this step,
    the disc channel can not recognize the back-up discs (DVD-R) any more. I can only
    start the game through Neogamma.

    I am at a loss as to what caused this because the last time I softmodded a Wii was last year
    and I still could use the disc channel even after I used Pimp my Wii application.

    Any explanation of this or any pointers on how to get the disc channel back is appreciated.

    Thank you.

    PS I later found a newer version of Pimp My Wii 1.40 and used it, but still the disc channel
    can not read back up DVD-R's.
     
  2. XFlak

    Member XFlak Wiitired but still kicking

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    to play backups from the disc channel, use/install "darkcorp"... I don't know if pimpmywii can also do this (I don't think so, but I don't that app so I can't say for sure)

    read up on darkcorp before using it, there is a lengthy read me that u should read
     
  3. gameguy95

    Banned gameguy95 Needs More Furries!

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    4.2 deletes all homebrew, use DARKCORP like XFlak said
     
  4. cheez203

    Member cheez203 GBAtemp Regular

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    But before installing darkcorp, try to install bootmii as boot 2 and make a nand backup. Darkcorp messes with your ios's. but its worth it [​IMG]
     

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