Skip loading the disc

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by hakan, Oct 23, 2011.

Oct 23, 2011

Skip loading the disc by hakan at 4:53 PM (835 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. hakan
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    A person has modded my wii three years ago with D2Pro.
    I think he did somthing wrong and after he placed the modchip my wii didn't function well.
    Yes, i could play burned games and yes i can load games from a HDD.
    The problem is that my Wii takes up to five minutes to load a disc, if i don't wait for the wii to load the disc non of my games are playable on the HDD.
    I checked at neogamma and it gives an error at initializing disc, this problem is solved if i wait while the drive loaded the game on the wii menu.

    Is there a methode to enable/disable disc checking?
     
  2. JoostinOnline

    Member JoostinOnline Certified Crash Test Dummy

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    Are you loading the discs from the disc channel?
     
  3. hakan
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    I play my games from my HDD using GX loader or neugamma.
    But if i don't insert a disc in the drive, i cant play any game from my HDD.
    So i always wait till the wii will read the game from the disc channel and after that i load up GX loader.
     
  4. mauifrog

    Member mauifrog DA KINE WiiHacker

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    You may wish to consider removing the chip.
     
  5. kid sampson

    Member kid sampson GBAtemp Regular

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    Are you waiting for the disc to load to avoid disc read errors when you load your games? What you may be experiencing with that chip is an inching error. There was supposedly a fix released but you needed a special adapter to update the firmware of your chip. What I do with mine is I turn on the Wii and press the eject button until it releases the drive. Solves all of those problems once a full eject is initiated. I hate having to physically go to my Wii to do that step, but it works and is quicker than your method of waiting it out.

    I've been looking for a way to manually eject through my remote or some homebrew application but haven't found it yet. Would be useful.
     

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