SSBB Black Screen after 1st battle in sse

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  1. scoobydude51
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    i have another problem, after i win the 1st battle in SSE, i get a black screen. i tried to find a way to fix this and i found this!

    http://forums.dolphin-emulator.com/printthread.php?tid=7452

    it even happens in Dolphin! i tired the NTSC-J version and the PAL version and they both do it!


    Please does this game work and if not how can i fix it?

    It happens in WiiFlow, USB Loader GX and (i think) CFG Loader! is there a certain version of these that doesn't do that?


    (sorry about so many questions, i have a lot of them!)
     
  2. Wiimm

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    They are many bad dumps of SSBB for 2 reasons:
    * double layer
    * second partition table

    You can use wit to test for a bad dump.
    Open an command windows and say: "wit verify ssbb.iso" or "wit verify ssbb.wbfs".
     
  3. scoobydude51
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    my computer can't open it. all it does is a black box that flashes.


    since isos are not allowed on this site, can you do it for me and email me it here: bobbyalbert6565@yahoo.com


    what i need to get done is the NTSC-J, NTSC-U, and PAL versions to be fixed

    can you do it?
     
  4. Wiimm

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    wit is a command line tool. The complete job must be entered as command with parameters and options. line. Best is to write a batch file named "verify.bat" and start it
    Code:
    @echo off
    wit verify .
    pause
    This batch file will test all images in the current directory. This takes much time because of 64 AES-128-CBC decryptions and 1029 SHA1 calculations for each MiB of data, and SSBB has much of them.
     
  5. scoobydude51
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    i am only 18 and i don't know how to do it. can you do it for me? if not, maybe you can send me the instructions on how to do it?
     
  6. Wiimm

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    make a new dump using the current cIOS and cleanrip or any cfg loader, that's easier than explaining computer basics like text editing.
     
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    Since when does age matter? [​IMG] I've been doing this stuff since I was very, very young.

    Make a new dump of the disc.
     
  8. scoobydude51
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    #1 - I don't own the NTSC-J and the PAL disks (but i do have the NTSC-U one)

    http://i1208.photobucket.com/albums/cc368/...51/SSBBDisk.jpg

    #2 - i had never tried to dump a game. that's why i am asking. how can you run a Wii disk on a computer? i tried that and the disk got stuck in the drive!

    #3 - My Wii recently messed up it's cIOS!! this was my second wii!
     
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  10. scoobydude51
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    do you need the original disks to dump or the isos?
     
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    Erm..."dumping" or "ripping" a game basically means creating the iso from the disc. So obviously, you need the disc to do that.



    ...but I recognize your problem. It most likely has nothing to do with the iso, but with the used cIOS. Update those with modmii (Hermes 222 plays it fine...d2x with a base of 56 most likely as well), make sure your loaders use those cIOS for this game, then try again.
     
  12. scoobydude51
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    i tried Hermes 222 and i got a DSI Extension error! my wii is a 3.4U. maybe i need a newer wii?