Gc backup launcher - error with some games!

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May 12, 2012
  1. killerloader
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    Newcomer killerloader Member

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    When i try to play "Sonic adventures battle 2" it works perfectly, same as "Luigis mansion"
    I recently got a new wii, and the games that dont work now, used to work, so its not a dvd error.

    Anyways, these are the games i tested that didn't work for me:
    "Starfox adventures: Dinosour planet"
    "Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles"

    I am testing these games in GC backup launcher v0.2 (Wiigator), the error i get reads as the following:
    "An error has occurred.
    Turn the power off and refer to the Nintendo Gamecube Instruction Booklet for further instructions."

    I get this error with both the games, final fantasy is a game inside a multi-iso disc, and some of the other ISO's on that disc do work, so the Mult-iso is not broken, plus this game used to work before i had to re-softmod my wii.

    I installed CMIOS v8, then the gc launcher didin't work, so then i installed "Wiigators custom CMIOS installer" (Well it was something like that, i don't remember the title, it might not have been made by WIIGATOR but thats what i can remember.
    THe picture for the CMIOS installer was black, with light-grey text.)

    I also have IOS 249(with 56) and IOS 250(with 57) I think it was (D2x v6)

    Anyways, these gamecube games should work, but they are popping up with this error!

    Maybe i need Cmios v10?? or v5, anyways, i don't really have a clue, please help me :)

    [EDIT]

    Just found out i have CMIOS v10, because thats the only one Wiigator's CMIOS installer can install :P


    [SOLVED]

    I might have accedentally installed CMIOS v8 as a wad file, after Installing CMIOS v10 through wiigators thing, so i uninstalled CMIOS v8, and reinstalled CMIOS v10 :) works now :D
     
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    Member the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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    Try Dios Mios Lite 1.3, it's a lot better, more stable and more up to date. It's pretty easy to set up, and there are a lot of guides here at GBA temp.
     
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    You mean 1.4b as that has better support for disc loading (including backup discs) from the disc channel.
     
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    Member the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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    I thought the whole point of DML is so you DON'T have to use physical discs or backups (which I hear add extra wear on the laser). I can see keeping a disc in there for the whole disc check thing (so games can actually launch), but I avoid backups because using it from a high capacity SDHC card is so much more convenient.
     
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    Member nl255 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    True, but that is no reason to use an obsolete version of DML. Not to mention that you probably still want to use a disc for most streaming audio games (Eternal Darkness without the music just isn't the same).
     
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    1.4b is still in beta. I thought there were numerous complaints about features breaking in 1.3+. Until it's finalized and/or I know what's been fixed/improved, I'm not upgrading.
     
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    Member nl255 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Actually, 1.4b is a bugfix version for 1.4. To be specific, 1.4/1.4b fixed the whole Zelda:CE issue. Remember that all of 1.x is still in beta, r59 is the last "stable" version. That being said, I have never had any problems with it aside from the usual NMM and force 480p issues with some games.
     
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    Swiss-GC SVN r155

    you can try it too

    r143
    - USB Gecko device skeleton code

    r149
    - Add USB Gecko to info
    - GameCube not Gamecube

    r151
    - Fix endless playback from MP3 over USBGecko

    r154
    - Remove GCARS Cheat engine in preparation for Ocarina
    - Init USBGecko debug earlier
    - Fix super fast scrolling with analog stick

    r155
    - Add widescreen forcing (thanks Extrems!)

    http://code.google.com/p/swiss-gc/

    r155 full pack download:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?4ar4lw4j4l7l6hf
     

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