Rune Factory: Frontier

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Jan 1, 2010

Rune Factory: Frontier by TheDestroyer at 1:26 AM (1,295 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. TheDestroyer
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    Hi people,

    I dunno where to put this thread into.. so anyway, I am really new to Wii but I'll do my best to present you the problem. So here it is.. While I was playing Rune Factory: Frontier and whenever I talk to this person named Kanno (apparently this person is included in the story) the game halt and the following appears on the screen:

    "The game disc could not be read.
    Refer to the wii operations manual for details.
    "

    Data you might need:
    Using hardmodded wii (I dunno what type of chip is used because it's my cousins)
    Used Maxell DVD+R 16x
    Used ImgBurn


    So any idea how it happens and how to fix it?

    Thanks in advance,
    -TheDestroyer
     
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    there's your problem: Used Maxell DVD+R 16x

    use a verbatim disc.
     
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    can i use memorex DVD-R?
     
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    no their even worse [​IMG]

    i've used verbatim and tdk discs and had no problems there's prob others but those 2 work perfect for me.
     
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    oh ok thanks a lot hehe
     
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    that's bs, whichever dvd brand you use won't most of the time affect at all, i use memorex dvd+r 16x NO PROBLEM AT ALL EVER.Also i burn my discs at 16x and never had had problems with the 8+ games i have burned.the dvd is damaged though no doubt, probably reburning it would fix it....
     
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    continue playing them your going to run into problmes sooner or later beacuse of the speed you burn them at. I was the same way and after a few weeks i started getting disk errors. then i switched to -dvdr and havent a problem since.
     
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    The media type / brand contributes to over 90% of all Disk Read Errors.

    I've been a victim myself using TDK dvd-r at 4x speed. Works for the first few days and start running into errors after. Some games work well, and others don't too, and i've always thought that media type / brand does not matter as long as it's burnt right; till i changed to Sony DVD-R. I've never run into any errors with Sony.

    Some brands are unreliable, mainly due to different suppliers or manufacturing plants and differing quality. You could be lucky with a spindle but not with another of the same brand. So far most Verbatim and Sony DVD-R works well.

    Try to install a game onto a USB drive using your backups, and you can see all the "Read errors" on the disks, if they exist.
     

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