USB Loader V1.1 and burned games on a Soft Modded Wii?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by hopewithinchaos, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. hopewithinchaos
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    Newcomer hopewithinchaos Member

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    My Wii is not chipped, just the homebrew channel and backup loader channel, and I can't rip my Burned games. Is it possible to make this work?
     
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    Member nIxx GBAtemp Maniac

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    Yes it works the installer of the USB Loader makes no difference between originals and backups
     
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    Newcomer hopewithinchaos Member

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    Really? because i put the discs in that've run fine through the backup loader channel, and it won't read any of them. Mario galaxy, Twilight princess, and Metroid Prime 3. every time i try and rip one it says "This is not a Wii title"
     
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    I noticed that with the small pile of Wii games I have, some of them are decrypted/patched and they dont work. But ones that arnt when the loader could just support it as a normal game, they do install fine.

    If they arnt decrypted, just re-burn and stick it straight into your Wii [​IMG]
     
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    Thats becasue they aren't real games, their backups. Put them in the computer and use Imgburn or something to get the .iso off the disc.
     
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    Does anyone know how to get patched Wii backup's and regionfrii to work on the HDD? I mean, I have the DriveKey..would be nice to throw them all on a HDD though.
     

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