Error 002 with Grand Slam Tennis

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Jun 12, 2009
  1. Indifferenza
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    Well guys, I've been away from some time now....
    And as I guessed, trying to insert a backup of a new game into the wii gives me an error.
    The game is EA Grand Slam Tennis, and the error is the 002.
    My Wii is still with 3.4 e firmware, with gamma v3 for launching backups, and with an old cios I guess (I updated it more or less two months ago).
    Is there something new I need to know?
    I already know I should do the procedure to update my wii safely to version 4, but is that necessary to play new games?
    Or can I also use, say, a new Cios?
    Sorry for the dumb question and all, but I really been away for 2 months now, and I need to be updated.
    A link for an up to date tutorial would be precious too.
    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. Indifferenza
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    Thanks dude.
    Trying now the neogamma loader, cause it seems the faster method, and also, I don't want to burn another dvd possibly.

    EDIT: The game loads, but hangs on the logo EA Grand Slam Tennis!

    Damn....I'm starting to think I need to update my Cios.

    EDIT2: Installed the Custom Ios38 rev b and Launching the game trough Backup Launcher v3 gamma goes well. Finally!
    Thanks all.
     
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    You know that all methods descibed in that thread are outdated? The 2nd generation of 002 games(002b games) only work with the memory 002ifx, which is included in SoftChip, usb loader GX, NeoGamma and some other usb loaders.
     

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