SSBB "Insert Disc" Problem

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by stevenr321, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. stevenr321
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    stevenr321 Newbie

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    Ok so like two days ago, I realized that my retail copy of SSBB was too scratched up to play it regularly, its a good thing I ripped a copy before this happened. So I proceeded to burn the copy of SSBB onto a dual layer disc, no problems occurred. However, when I tried to play it through NeoGamma r9 beta 50 (I think), SSBB immediately started up with a green screen asking me to " Please insert the Super Smash Bros. Brawl Game disc" To which it proceeded to remain frozen at. Believing that it must have been a bad dump, I test the iso out with Dolphin emulator on my computer, and the Iso ran perfectly.

    So my question is: Is there a fix to that problem, and should I use a different DVD loader instead of Neogamma?

    Thanks for your help! :)
     
  2. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    The green and white screen indicative of a bad burn.

    First of all you posted a short question as a thread. Threads on the forum are usually informative or for discussion. There is a section on GBAtemp called askGBAtemp. You can follow the link on the top of the page or check the right side of the front page to access it:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?app=ask

    To fix your problem, try burning it:
    - At a slow fixed speed like 4x or 2x
    - With a different burning drive or a different computer
    - With a different (more expensive) DL-DVD-R

    If these don't work you might want to consider buying a big SD card or USB flash drive, it can be as much as a stack of dual layer DVDs.
    It is also possible to make a RIP of the game that fits on a single layer DVD-R by removing some single player content, but it's a pain.
     
  3. stevenr321
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    stevenr321 Newbie

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    How do i go about removing this Single player content? Im willing to do it as all I really care about is the multiplayer. And sorry about the posting in the wrong section :(
     
  4. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    I don't remember. You can use the forums' search functions or a web search engine to find out about the Super Smash Bros. Brawl DVD5 rip. It is a pain but a thorough description of the process is out there. You could just get a DVD5 rip someone else made (you own a copy of the game, so transmission of data may be legal in your area) but it's not the easiest thing to find online.
     
  5. stevenr321
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    Alright thanks for your help bro.
     
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