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    Unhappy Disc cannot be read?

    Yeah, i've been having that error for Warioware: Smooth Moves and Punchout!!
    I dunno why this is happening, there is nothing wrong with the burner/discs (i think) since it worked before and stuff. I'm using accucore dvd-r discs from sony. The wii-reader sounds a bit weird when it reads the disc. I'm using system menu 4.1E and its softmodded.

    I would be very happy if anyone knows why this happens.

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    is it a blue screen that comes up or ???????

    and if it is the #002 fix.... SEARCH for that answer......

    and if it is a black screen then you need to update your IOS for that game or update the loader that you are using...


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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    is it a blue screen that comes up or ???????

    and if it is the #002 fix.... SEARCH for that answer......

    and if it is a black screen then you need to update your IOS for that game or update the loader that you are using...

    It's none of those, it's like a screen from the games since when i tried running warioware then it was a box that said disc could not be read but it had the same background as warioware title screen.

    And at Punchout!! i can acces the menu but just when im about to play the screen goes black with a white text in the middle that says "Disc could not be read... please read operational manual or go to support.nintendo.com" It doesn't say exactly that but something like that

    And i also have a "patched and wiiscrubbed" version of new super mario bros but it gives me a green screen.
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    i had that problem before i started USB loading everything.... and i never found an answer, i just switched to USB loading....


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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    and if it is a black screen then you need to update your IOS for that game or update the loader that you are using...

    Having the black screen "Cannot read disc" error. I softmodded a few days ago, what needs to be updated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woflgang View Post
    It's none of those, it's like a screen from the games since when i tried running warioware then it was a box that said disc could not be read but it had the same background as warioware title screen.

    And at Punchout!! i can acces the menu but just when im about to play the screen goes black with a white text in the middle that says "Disc could not be read... please read operational manual or go to support.nintendo.com" It doesn't say exactly that but something like that

    And i also have a "patched and wiiscrubbed" version of new super mario bros but it gives me a green screen.
    i'm not sure how you modified your wii but i can tell you that mod chips like the new Drivekey will show this error periodically. i tried trouble shooting this for a while now. turns out it was due to over heating. a quick spray of compressed air will cure this for the short term. might want to invest in a wii cooler fan. 5 bucks on fleebay

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