Neogamma or Disc??

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Jan 25, 2011

Neogamma or Disc?? by Kurossaki652 at 6:11 AM (895 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Kurossaki652
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    I was playing Fatal Frame 4 and the ending SUPER LAGS..
    Is it the disc or is it Neogamma
    Thanks :3
     
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    is your disc scratched?
     
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    A little bit
    Should I make another one??
     
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    Maybe you Scrubbed the game with wiiScrubber
     
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    It was already scrubbed when I downloaded it
    Is that the reason why?
    Thanks :3
     
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    Yes,Scrubbed means that some parts of the game(Like the ending)is deleted
    So if you want a Non-lagging end i suggest getting a non-scrubbed game
    Or if it didnt work i suggest getting a retail copy.
     
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    How buig is the scrubbed game? I don't think there's some content removed, but scrubbing could be part of the problem. Data from DVDs can be read faster the closer it is to the outer edge, if you scrub the game, all data is near the inner edge.

    Also, it's most likely neither NeoGamma's nor the disc's fault, it's the fact that backup discs are read at 3x instead of 6x like retail discs.
     
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    If you really care, you could dump the game and check the md5. Or you could use another backup launcher, either through the system menu, or cfg usb loader (it can launch games from discs.)

    I doubt it has anything to do with scrubbing it, it's rare for people to remove content other than to make a dual layer game fit on a dvd5, and even if that was the problem it would not have the video on it at all, not make it lag.

    But it's a common problem for this game, it because of the read speed, if it bothers you use a usb loader.
     

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