GH3 Stereo, I'm unable to play

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Apr 28, 2008

GH3 Stereo, I'm unable to play by darkirby at 5:01 AM (1,334 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. darkirby
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    Newcomer darkirby Member

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    I got a custom GH3 stereo version for my Wii, and It won't play, but I have the official mono version, and that works great.

    I'm wondering what can i do to make the stereo version work on my Wii

    it's WiiKey'd and it's also the current USA version up to this date.
     
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    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    what do you mean by "it won't play"

    How far does it get before it won't work?

    There's a chance that it simply won't work because it's a custom disk that isn't made right or something isn't right with the burn.
     
  3. darkirby
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    Newcomer darkirby Member

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    I'm sorry

    It's a good burn... i bet (burned at 1x (same burning process worked for my copy of Okami)

    but the Wii simply doesn't read it, I put it in, go to the channel and watch the wii disk, and GC disk spin, until it says it can not read the disk

    from the place I downloaded the thing, It says that "if your wii can't play the GH3 stereo version, It will not be able to play this custom version as well"

    then something about "trucha" signs... i think

    I'm sorry I can't make this any more specific
     
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    This is why dumps scrubbed or "trucha" get nuked. [​IMG]
     
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    you know you can send in your mono gh3 disc to activision and they will give you a new stereo version.
    when i sent mine in, it took about a month to recieve it from the time i sent it, but they gave me a free faceplate for compensation.

    just sign up on activisions site, and they will mail you a package to send back to them.
     
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    Have you updated with Mario Kart?
     
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    Newcomer darkirby Member

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    That has nothing to do with the problem at hand, My original mono disk works, I'm sure the original stereo would work too
    but I'm trying to get a custom stereo with this Trucha thing to work...

    and as far as I know, I did not update using mario kart( but i did a manual update yesterday...)
     
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    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    So the issue has nothing to do with Stereo vs Mono or even Original vs Copy, but probably a Legit Disk vs. Hacked Disk.

    Try any other disk that has been altered with Trucha and see what happens. If it doesn't run, we're in a pickle.
     
  9. darkirby
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    Newcomer darkirby Member

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    I would... if I had another game that was altered with trucha at hand, heh heh... any suggestions?
     
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    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Not until you can test something else to find out what the actual problem is. Right now your issue is you can't get a hacked game image that may or may not even be a working image to work. Not much to go on for the rest of us there.
     

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