Neogamma Error 1101

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by mesact, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. mesact
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    mesact GBAtemp Regular

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    Fully bricked my wii about a month or 2 ago and asked you guys for help. It didn't help really, but I thank you guys for your help. I sent in my wii to Nintendo, because the cause was lost, and they decided to send me a brand new wii, 4.2U, LU65 (which sucks, but its better than no wii at all). So, I hacked it using the new guide, installed cios 14 instead of 19, and decided to run neogamma. To my surpise however, I ended up getting Error 1101. Does this error mean that I have a D3-2 wii? Or what?

    I'll invest in an HDD if I have to, but I'd like to avoid it.
     
  2. bwillb

    bwillb GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    as said in your other thread, no, new Wiis cannot read burned dvds. The only way you're gunna play backup discs on that bad boy is if you somehow get a hold of nintendo's disc press machine [​IMG]
     
  3. mesact
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    mesact GBAtemp Regular

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    Lol, HDD it is. Oh well, I'm just grateful that I got a brand new wii.
     
  4. MLRX

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    what makes nintendos disks different than ours?
     
  5. dn_angel000

    dn_angel000 Phantom User

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    I would buy a replacement drive so it can play backups!! lol Ya by the Error u got from WiiHacks it states, "Error 1048, 1053, & 1101: DVD Read Error Bad burn/media or incorrect cIOS/NeoGamma version. If you are already using Verbatim DVD-r burned at 4x, try switching to NeoGamma r6 and cIOS36 rev10 (Will not work for new Wiis/this has worked only for LU39 models). Also this error will persist on newer Wiis, meaning that they have the new D3-2 chip which cannot read backups at all. Only option for them is USB Loading." I would just look 4 a replacement drive since they're Universal (Read some posts that said)