Weird error trying to run a backup

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  1. Cokeman999
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    I burned a backup of super paper mario (NTSC)using ImgBurn at 2.4x speed and another at 8x speed and neither worked..
    Here is the error it returned to me. I was using the wiigator backup launcher 0.3 and (hopefully) installed the CIOs
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    Please help guys
    thanks!
     


  2. rko1000

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    either a bad burn or bad iso
     
  3. DarkLG

    DarkLG Wow One Shiny Ribbon!!!!

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    I've never seen that error.
     
  4. nicksasa

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    did you use dvd-r
     
  5. nicksasa

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    i did it says dvd identify failed and no dvd insert mixed mostly bye bad media or the cios'es are not correct
     
  6. cosmo2389

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    I got an error similar to that one when my cIOS was installed wrong (because I was trying to go for the dual loader set-up), basically I uninstalled all of my cIOS and started over with the install from the beginning. It worked correctly after that.
     
  7. Cokeman999
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    I used dvd+r
    as for the iso, it is (said) to be the pefect size for a legit rom..
     
  8. digitydogs

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    Try re-installing your CIOS for the loader. This error can be caused by a faulty IOS or coaster burns.
     
  9. Cokeman999
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    alright..thanks for the quick replies! I'm going to try and restart the CIOS process...
     
  10. Damian1221

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    got that when I didn't have right CIOS Installed.
     
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    got that when I didn't have right CIOS Installed.
     
  12. Serpent01

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    This happened to me before. It was probably burned wrong or something with the ISO.
     
  13. nicksasa

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    did you set the booktype to dvd-rom
    the best is to use dvd-r or change the booktype to dvd-rom
     
  14. Drackin

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    I get that message the first time I try and run a backup, it doesn't seem to be a bad burn, or a bad ISO, because those same discs work for me after a few more tries.
    Some things you can try are:
    Ejecting, and reinserting the disc.
    Exit the loader using the exit menu option, and try again.
    Reset the wii.
    And fiddling with the hook types, and the VIDTV setting.
     
  15. Cokeman999
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    hey guys..thanks for helping but I think I don't quite understand how to install the "correct" cIOS.. Can someone give me a link ..
    Oh another thing.. I have dvdx installed as well..could that matter?
     
  16. Cokeman999
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    I know i'm using noobish terms but I am really new to this.
     
  17. Drackin

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    No, having DVDX installed shouldn't be causing any problems.
     
  18. Cokeman999
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    what does that mean?
     
  19. moonmonkey

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    That error drove me up the wall for ages. In my experience it was down to media. Updating DVD driive firmware and using compatible DVD disks solved it....and the read-retry fix too
     
  20. WiiPower

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    There are 2 different error messages because:
    When the backuplauncher(Wiigators) tries to start a game, it tries his original/1:1 code first. If this fails it tries the code for decrypted copies. To keep it simple: the original/1:1 code returns(after trying the decrypted code): "Error: No DVD" and the code for decrypted copies returns: "Error: DVD identify failed.".

    I know this doesn't help with the problem, it's just a (simple) explanation.