what is dvd read error 1101?

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Dec 14, 2009

what is dvd read error 1101? by drizzt007 at 10:58 AM (2,374 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. drizzt007
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    I'm tryng to load super mario galaxy , but it keeps giving this error no matter what settings I try.

    I'm using Neogamma backup launcher, its on verbatim -dvd

    I was reading some posts from others with the same problem and one guy mentioned using cIOS rev 10.

    this game works on my other wii with usb loader.
     
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    Is this a recently purchased Wii? If it is then it probably will not read any dvds other than original Wii discs. Just use a USB loader.
     
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    so you're saying the backup launcher won't work with any games at all?
     
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    The backup launcher will work, provided you don't have shitty DVDs like Memorex.
    But if you bought your Wii recently, it probably has a drive that can't read any blank media [​IMG]
     
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    its not the disc , the disc is a verbatim -dvd .
    It is a new wii , so I just realized its not the backup launcher.

    so, will these newer ones work with a chip?
     
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    Get a hard drive, it'll be safer than a chip; you can get 120GB for like $50
     
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    No chip will allow you to read backup dvds. Only choice is to replace the dvd drive with an earlier version or get a usb loader. I was too disappointed when I had my Wii repaired and they sent me a new Wii with the D3-2 drive in it. But now I love USB. Fast load times and no discs to handle. And for my movies I put all of them on the usb drive. Movie fast forward and rewind is almost instantaneous.
     

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