Super Smash Bros. Brawl on Backup Loader 0.3

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  1. be9ine
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    I've read in the official compatibility wiki that this should work. Here's what I've tried:
    7.92 GB ISO, NTSC-U, 1:1 (Un-Patched/Not Decrypted), Layer Break 2084960, ImgBurn, Verbatim DVD+DL at 2.4x
    7.92 GB ISO, NTSC-U, 1:1 (Un-Patched/Not Decrypted) ImgBurn, Verbatim DVD+DL at 2.4x

    Both times I've gotten the same error, which is kind of a jumbled mess, but appears to say something like "title error".
    Any ideas? Any testimonials of this working for any of you?
     


  2. YellowYoYos

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    I 2nd this thread.

    I tested SSBB DVD5 burnt on to a memorx dvd+r. First one I burnt at 2.4x un patched. Put it the Wii for the first time and it loaded right up, I skipped all the cut scenes (in fear of it crashing) and went to menu and started the game and it played just fine. I played 3 rounds and then left the game to test more games with the new 0.3 backup loader, tested a few and when I went to try to play SSBB again I keep getting the same error you are talking about man, I have no idea why it did this. I re-installed everything just to see if it would make it work again but sadly I can not get the game to work. Anybody have any ideas???
     
  3. acesniper

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    I burned all my games on dvd+r and none worked. Same files on dvd-r and they were perfect. try dvd-r
     
  4. Sir-Fritz

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    Did you burn it correctly with the layerbreak?
     
  5. Rock Raiyu

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    When I was beta testing this version last week with Mario Kart Wii, I had the same error. I had to reburn my original ISO without patching it. I burned it using the Max Speed setting using IMGBurn I think.
     
  6. be9ine
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    The first time I tried to burn it, I burned it with 2084960 as the layer break. The second time, I didn't use a layer break at all. I'm using ImgBurn BTW.

    The ISO I'm burning is un-patched.
     
  7. YellowYoYos

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    My mario kart (patched) work fine, even online.

    I burnt a new copy of SSBB dvd5 at 1x speed and it loaded (Sometimes, still get that error sometimes) but kept giving me disk read error, please check manual or some bull shit.
     
  8. ForceXT

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    SSBB pal unpatched works perfectly for me mate.

    Check to make sure your burn is good.
     
  9. shags

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    SSBB PAL DVD 5 4.5 gig
    Patch made it 7. something
    DVD - R Dual Layer verbatim
    Works Fine
    (would not work on old loader)

    Big thanks to the Gator
     
  10. deervark

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    my dvd5 version works fine. i think that there are some weird bugs in it, like i had a cutscene repeat itself and some of the characters in the cutscene were replaced by others, but i think that's because it's a stripped hacked dvd5 version. i dunno.
     
  11. be9ine
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    I've been burning at 2.4x and that seems to work for all of my other games. What all is cut out of the DVD 5 versions? And are you running the PAL copy on an NTSC Wii? If so, did you have to patch it or are you just forcing NTSC?
     
  12. be9ine
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    Somebody over in the compatibility thread got up on a soap box and claimed that you aren't supposed to burn at the lowest speed, because it will cause DVD identity errors and all of that. So I tried burning at the max speed IMgBurn said was supported for Verbatim DVD+DL's and it STILL gives the same error. Burned without layer break. I'm going to try burning with the layer break at max speed and see what happens.
     
  13. be9ine
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    Tried burning Max speed (4x) using ImgBurn and 2084960 as a LB and still no dice. Hope this helps someone else before they try burning SSBB on a Dual Layer. It doesn't appear to work at lowest speed, or max speed, Layer Break, or no layer break.

    I was able to get a PAL DVD-5 to work, region frii'd, and forced NTSC on the backup loader. I've only played multi player, but everything seems fine. Cut scenes are flawless .

    Thanks to WiiGator for this great loader! Smash Bros Brawl was the only game I even wanted for the Wii!
    Thanks again to everyone who replied to this thread.
     
  14. scognito

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    I've a WEIRD problem with this game.
    Intro cinematics works great, but when I start the "not" classic mode (don't remember the name) I get:
    first video ok, second video (zelda near the metroid suite), and then every other video (each one before a new match) is the same (zelda).
    It's very odd...never had problems with other isos, just this.
    I tried the DVD5 version, maybe it is the problem?
    What is difference between the DVD9 and this? (Apart of the size, obviously).
    Thanks.
     
  15. Brian117

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    Well,

    My problem is,

    I downloaded a DVD5 copy of it.

    Whenever I run it through the patcher, it doubles in size, thus results in not enough disc space to burn it.

    I've tried about 3 different copies of it.

    Any solution?

    EDIT: Wanted to add in I'm using 4.7GB DVD-R's.
     
  16. angryhead

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    Using a DVD5 PAL version of the game, unpatched, on my PAL console.
    Everything works great, I think the first video or something lagged a bit.
    Played about three hours, no other problems so far.
     
  17. Mek

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    Must use WiiGators extract partition.
     
  18. deervark

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    the same thing happens to me. i'm sure it's because it's edited to fit on dvd5, but this game is all about bustin' some ass, not watching cutscenes so it doesn't bother me. i would skip them anyway.
     
  19. mxk1000

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    don't patch it. just burn the iso. works fine for me, but i have a pal wii and pal ssb
     
  20. YellowYoYos

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    Well, I burnt a new copy using UltraISO at x6 speed and it loads everytime but most of the time I get the "Disk can not be read, please refer to wii owners manual"

    It loads, shows the remote warning, it goes to the black loading screen and then I get the error. Tho sometimes I have got it to work and was able to play some rounds but sooner or later the disk read error happens.