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Game Issue by WhiteWingedKnigh at 3:17 AM (1,490 Views / 0 Likes) 22 replies

  1. WhiteWingedKnigh
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    Hi guys, I'm currently using what is now called softmii on my wii. Now for some reason when i go to play Cod:waw i get a read error. All my other backups work perfectly fine, So could it be the disk went bad? Its not scratched and very clean... What could it be
     


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    no bumping dumm ass
    and post the question in the rght place
     
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    wasn't really trying to bump asswipe, if your not gonna help Gtfo!
     
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    Alot of people on these forums are assholes.
     
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    the prob is the stupid noob in you.
    if you add read what you should, you know that it's just stupid to install sofmii at this point
     
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    Don't be a douchebag.

    And try burning it again at a slower speed.
     
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    You can try to reburn the iso.
    It might just not work on your Wii.
    I have a few games that people say work, but when I try it doesn't.

    Don't waste too many DVDs though. They can get expensive [​IMG]

    Try burning at 4x. Thats what I use every time and it works.
     
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    The game worked fine before, it just stopped working, so i think the disc went bad, i've had it for a while, about 2 months, constant usage. Also Mr.asswipe I don't see this having to do anything w/ softmii. I only posted that because some people ask.
     
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    did you check the validity date on the dvd?

    Posts merged

    it can be the demolator...
     
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    Where would that be? The disk must of been bad or something, it was fine a few hours ago, every other game works flawlessly, and as soon as i load the game through the disk channel I click start and error.

    Other games = golden
     
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    it's in the center
     
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    just numbers and letters no date, checked front and back, Its a Maxell Disk if anyone wants to know
     
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    ho it's maxell, it's around the dvd
     
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    no date, could it be I wore the disk out from constant use?
     
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    hummm
    now try to jump and move your arms
     
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    hahaha, funny! I'll just burn a new copy and try to get some sony Dvd-r's
     
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    just to show you how stupid you are
     
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    Maxwell are second rate disc work for while then stop.
    Here is a site to give you the facts:

    DVD Facts

    Sony's DVD-r's work great.

    Damn FLAME ON [​IMG]
     
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    Both of you calm down. Especially you kimikal27. Just for future reference, WhiteWingedKnight, this forum is not as fast as sites like gameFAQs so give the people time to respond instead of demanding an answer the moment you post. This site has a great community but it is also a sleepy community in the sense that it will take time to get answers to you.
     
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