Having trouble with NSTC SSBB on pal wii.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by ssmatt, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. ssmatt
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    ssmatt Advanced Member

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    I have followed this guide to burn the SSBB ISO:

    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=77946

    Now when I first put in the disk, it asked me to do a system update, which I did. The update got to around 90% and then it just froze. I had no choice but to pull out the power cable. Ever since then, when I put the disk in, it does not read it. By that I don't mean the 'cannot read disk' error, it just stays on those spinny disk things as if it's trying to read the disk even after I eject the disk. The only way I can get the wii to read disks again and get it off that is to pull out the power cable and restart the console like I did after that update.

    I've tried burning the game again, and it does exactly the same thing.

    Is there any way to get it working? (or at least someone could tell me why it's happening)
     
  2. noisound

    noisound GBAtemp Regular

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    can you tell me more about when you say froze ? the update can take 5 mins and seem frozen but there's still activity shown by the blinking 9x9 boxes. if there was still activity, as you know it was bad ;O
     
  3. ssmatt
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    ssmatt Advanced Member

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    I guess it is possible that the update was still going...

    Is there any way of getting it to ask for the update again?
     
  4. mercluke

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    you'll prolly just have to wait for the next update.
     
  5. SenorClean

    SenorClean GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Which, luckily for you, will probably be mario kart this week.

    Just make sure you get the PAL version.
     
  6. B4rtj4h

    B4rtj4h Gaming addict #2 and some

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    You could try WUM (wii update Manager)
     
  7. ssmatt
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    ssmatt Advanced Member

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    OK, I'll try it with WUM, failing that I'll wait for the next update.

    Thanks for the help.