newbie question: did softmod tutorial, but can't play DVD-

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  1. nunski
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    Newcomer nunski Newbie

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    Hi All,

    I have a 4.1 with homebrew and I use USB Loader for loading games, I also have other apps such as FCE, genplus, etc. Yesterday (for the first time) I attempted to burn a backup onto Verbatim DVD-R and the Wii won play it? why!?

    When I softmodded, I followed the tutorial precisely, and made sure to install DVDX. (fyi - I couldn't install to boot2, so used ios)

    Any advice? What am I missing??
     
  2. harmor

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    You need MPlayer CE to utilize DVDx.
    You can also download it via Homebrew Browser.

    Edit: I am stupid You don't need MPlayer CE to play burnt games. Just movies.
     
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    D3-2 Drive?
     
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    Were D3-3 drives out before 4.1?
     
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    Wrong drive?, Was something like that, Whats the name again?
     
  6. Servdogg

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    Are you trying to boot your backup directly through the disc channel? If you are, it will not work unless you install cioscorp. If you are trying to launch a backup through neogamma, or some other backup launcher, it should work if you followed the guide correctly, and thus you may have a crappy drive, as other posters have already speculated.
     

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