Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

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  1. aria1810
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    Hi guys!

    I seem to have a problem with Final Fantasy Chocobo's Dungeon... I burnt it with ImgBurn, pushed it in my Wii, but didn't apear on the disc channel. I have cIOS CORP v3.5... And all the other backups are working fine. So after some tries, I opened the HBC, went on Gecko OS, and there it works perfectly.

    Any ideas anyone?

    Do I need to update cIOS CORP(if there is an update...havn't checked in a while...)


    I did my reserch, and didn't find other posts with this topic. But I gotta admit, the search engine here on gba temp is not the best...

    Well any help is very very appriciated. Thanks in advance.

    Aria.
     
  2. Krestent

    Krestent What to post?

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    What's the region of the game and of your Wii?
    Also, what's your System Menu version?
     
  3. aria1810
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    My Wii is 4.2 E, and the game is PAL.
     
  4. DKAngel

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    just for the fun of it, install priiloader and enable the region free hacks or try cioscorp 3.6 and see how that goes or just keep playing it through gecko
     
  5. aria1810
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    Hmmm... Priiloader? Well I have preloader. Do I have to make any changes? or can I just install over the previous preloader?
     
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    can just install over it it wont hurt then get the hacks for 4.2
     
  7. aria1810
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    Okay.

    Yeah I just tried it, and turns out to be, the ISO was NTSC, and not PAL as the title said.


    Thanks for the priiloader tip.

    Cheers!

    Aria