Help Playing a Backup

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May 11, 2010

Help Playing a Backup by JNAtheDUDE at 5:59 AM (1,099 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. JNAtheDUDE
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    Hello.

    I am having some trouble playing a backup of Super Mario Galaxy I have. I use an HBC Backup Loader (I use NeoGamma).

    Every time I try to launch the backup, the Super Mario Galaxy error screen come up and says:

    Please help!

    Some info about my Wii:
    Region: NTSC-U
    System Version: 4.2U
    Purchased: 2007
    Homebrew installed with: Bannerbomb (4.2U Version)
    Everything working fine?: Yes (with the exception, of course, of the obvious problem here)

    Info about my Backup:
    Burned on: TDK DVD-R (1-16x 4.7GB)
    Burned with: ImgBurn (on 4x speed)
    Game Backup Region: NTSC
     
  2. ddetkowski

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    What version of Neogamma are u using?
    Latest is R9, google it!
    What cIOS are u on?
    update it.
     
  3. JNAtheDUDE
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    I'm using version R8.

    For the cIOS... I'm not sure. All I know is that I did something with it a loooong time ago so that I can install wads.
     
  4. Gao

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    it COULD probably be a bad burn maybe? Or not a good ISO? Burning a game at 4x speed is the recommended maximum speed, but I think burning a game in 2x is safer. If you dont know what cIOS youre using NeoGamma tells you which one you are using on the bottom of the screen
     
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    Maybe its your DVDs, try a diff brand of DVDs, im using R8 of Neogamma and it works great, BTW, why use discs, go for the USBloaders, much better!
     
  6. JNAtheDUDE
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    If I HAD any USB Drives higher than 2GB, I probably wouldn't have a problem here. I know about USBloaders.
     
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    Then go buy a 100GB USB HDD, come on, they are cheap, I saw one for 30 bucks the other day...
     
  8. person66

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    You should probably update that, latest version is rev 19
     
  9. JNAtheDUDE
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    I saw a 8GB at Target for $40... so... yeah.
     
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    You know, I think I'll do that.
     
  11. apoptygma

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    that would be a thumb drive, hard drives are cheaper and hold more
     
  12. JNAtheDUDE
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    True. Earlier, I went back to check prices. It turns out that the Target here sells the 150GB (that's the lowest they had) USB HDD for $65. My mother is cheap, and therefore there is no way in HELL I'm getting that any earlier than Christmas.

    And yes, I checked other stores, such as RadioShack and Wal*Mart. They were more expensive over there.
     
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    eBay is the way to go for HDD's of that size. Or maybe newegg.com, under their preopened section.
     

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