Strangest issue ever with a backup

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by 7llusion, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. 7llusion
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    7llusion GBAtemp Regular

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    Today I started burning most of my backups I had dumped to my hard-disk with rawdump or that I had downloaded, and all of them work(burned them on the same media, Tesco DVD+R).
    But when I insert Redsteel backup, the Wii blocks when it should recognise the disk and show the Redsteel logo, an error screen appears asking e to read the Wii manual and that the disk could not be read and the Wii freezes. I was thinking, people where talking about making the Wii freeze to run unsigned code, does anybody think that something will be possible with this?
    Illusion
     
  2. WII20

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    That just means that the disk is a bad burn. I think the wii first reads the Disc ID to display the image in the Wii Menu and when you actually go to play it, i it begins reading the game.
     
  3. 7llusion
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    7llusion GBAtemp Regular

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    Wouldn't it just say disk unreadable as usual, something in this disk makes the wii freeze...
    Redsteel is a downloaded iso.(espalwii.com)
     
  4. Xandu

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    That's only Modchip errors, hard boot the Wii, it should work fine after that.
     
  5. 7llusion
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    7llusion GBAtemp Regular

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    I've wasted 2dvd's by thinking that it was a bad burn, and xandu what do you mean by hard-boot, is it possible?
    Illusion
    PS:My wiikey does read originals and backups.
     
  6. Xandu

    Xandu GBAtemp Regular

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    Hard boot = Fully shut down the Wii (RED LED)
     
  7. StacMaster-S

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    Never count out the media... you may want to try picking up a few DVD-Rs of a different brand just in case.
     
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