Disc could not be read, help please

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by blackalex, Nov 1, 2009.

Nov 1, 2009
  1. blackalex
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    Newcomer blackalex Newbie

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    Hi,

    I have a Wii with firmware 4.2E and Wiikey1 with 1.9S.
    I'm having some problems with GH5 and WSR.
    Both games get to the loading screen of the game but then a black screen appears with the text: "Disc could not be read. Please read opreations manual" (something like that). The game starts fine, but when the loading screen appears it crashes on about 50-75%.
    I'm using Verbatim - R disc's burned with ImgBurn 4x speed. Both games are PAL.

    Please help?

    EDIT: I don't want to softmod my wii.
     
  2. blackalex
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    Newcomer blackalex Newbie

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    help please?
     
  3. Am0s

    Member Am0s Mojo Risin

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    maybe just a bad img or bad burn or crap disc I had a few harry potter scrabble and a few others I changed discs and games work again
     
  4. ziddey

    Member ziddey GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    get in the habit of doing pi/po runs after each burn
     
  5. blackalex
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    Newcomer blackalex Newbie

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    It's not a bad dump, it worked for other people.
    what is a pi/po run?
     
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    i second the question what is a pi/po run?
     
  7. tbgtbg

    Member tbgtbg Shaking the ring ropes up in the sky

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    How old is your Wii? Maybe the lens needs to be cleaned. Just a guess, since the discs work for other people.
     

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