SSBW problem

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by Silver Fire, Jul 23, 2008.

Jul 23, 2008

SSBW problem by Silver Fire at 2:38 AM (850 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Silver Fire
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    Newcomer Silver Fire Newbie

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    I downloaded SSBW PAL version and burned it with imageburn on X1 speed to A Verbatim DVD disc
    Now, when I insert the disc the Wii goes to A black screen that tells me to take the disc out and turn off the console
    I have D2C chip, and the last firmwire upgrade - 3.3 or somthing

    do I need to burn the ISO again or is it pointless beacuse my wii wouldn't run it anyway?
    and I apologize if this topic doesn't belong here, I didn't know where to post this ם:
     
  2. abort_user

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    ermmm.... you might wanna edit out that link. im no expert here. but i think thats just asking for trouble.
     
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    It is asking for trouble posting that link but the reason it doesn't work is because the firmware is 3.3. To get a fully working DVD5 game working, you need to edit the game using Trucha but any disk that has been trucha edited can no longer be booted in a conventional way. From now on, you need to load the homebrew, GeckoOS and launch the game from there.
     
  4. Silver Fire
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    Newcomer Silver Fire Newbie

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    right, no more links to TPB
    Oo
    I dont realy understand what do I need to do...could you please explain it tome step by step?
    like what softwares do I need and so on...
     
  5. Edgedancer

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