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    If you create the mg iso with v3.5.4f, does it work with Neogamma?
    Maybe mg isos just don't work on softmodded wii's yet.
    btw. The DVD9 version worked ok.

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    mgs works

    Quote Originally Posted by Patman666 View Post
    If you create the mg iso with v3.5.4f, does it work with Neogamma?
    Maybe mg isos just don't work on softmodded wii's yet.
    btw. The DVD9 version worked ok.
    yes, if you make image with 3.5.4 mgs twin snakes works. i have a copy with both discs and blood rayne on it. works with neogamma and gators gc backup launcher

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    Both DVD5 and DVD9 are not working properly with the newest version. You don't even have to burn the disc to verify this. Create a multi-game iso and then attempt to extract those games from the iso you just created. You can't extract them in the newest version. I wasted a lot of discs before I figured out that the problem was with the program creating the iso.

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    @terpsfan101
    Like I said before, I tested DVD5 and DVD9 with 4.0.4f. Which games did you use? Did you shrink them?
    @deucide
    I will look into the issue, thanks for reporting back.

    Update:
    Tested mgs twin snakes on my chipped wii, worked. Tried Neogamma didn't work. So I think the problem is that Neogamma can't run mg isos correctly.
    I can extract the games from both DVD5 and DVD9 with 4.0.4f (Windows 7 32bit, Framework.net v4.0)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman666 View Post
    @terpsfan101
    Like I said before, I tested DVD5 and DVD9 with 4.0.4f. Which games did you use? Did you shrink them?
    @deucide
    I will look into the issue, thanks for reporting back.

    Update:
    Tested mgs twin snakes on my chipped wii, worked. Tried Neogamma didn't work. So I think the problem is that Neogamma can't run mg isos correctly.
    I can extract the games from both DVD5 and DVD9 with 4.0.4f (Windows 7 32bit, Framework.net v4.0)
    mgs twin snakes works fine in neogamma when image is made with 3.5.4 , just not 4.0.4 ........... windows 7 64 bit. .net is all up to date
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    "You need a modchip for this." -ReadMe.txt
    So I shouldn't waste time and disks trying this since my wii is only softmoded?

    Single Game disk's work but would be nice to reduce the number of disks.
    Just wanted to confirm

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    Games don't show

    I created and burned a multigame DVD using this program. I have tried loading it using the disc channel and my wiikey, and through configurable usb loader. The disc loads fine both ways and tells me to enable audio, press A. I do that and then it asks me to select the video mode. After selecting the video mode it goes straight back to asking me to enable audio, and never lets me select a game. I have tried disabling audio, and selecting all of the different video modes, but the same thing keeps happening it just keeps going back to asking me to enable audio and then asking me to select a video mode. It never goes to the screen where I can select games. Can someone please tell me why this is happening and how to fix it before I turn more DVDs into coasters.

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    Do you use a gamecube controller to select? You need a gamecube controller.
    When you insert a multigame DVD, you should see a gamecube game in the disc channel. Start the disc and you should see a list with games on the disc. Select a game and then you have to select a videomode and after that, if you want it, soundfix. So it seems that you already have selected a game...

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    I'm having a problem with this. A rather stupid one. I had the 3.5.4 version a month or so ago. I had acquired a number of Gamecube games, and was eager to begin creating a Multi-Game ISO and burning it to use with Neogamma. Of course, some didn't work, and I'm seeking now to take the files from the ISO created and use it a different way. The problem is, and it seems like a rather huge design flaw. 3.5.4 allowed me to rename some games, and some I did, but others I left alone. They were prenamed with : in the name, and it didn't seem like a problem to me. Now I try to extract the game, and MIC decides to throw a hissy fit, because the file on the disc has a ":" in it's name. Which honestly seems stupid to me. Why can't I just extract it as "Game - 1.gcm" instead of the way it is on the iso "Game: 1.gcm". All of the games without the ":" in their name, give me an option to provide the filename I wish the extracted game to use. Yet I'm not even given that options on the other ones. I tried downloading the 4.0.4 version, but it is even worse. At least 3.5.4 tells you there is something wrong with the file name in the Exception that pops up. The 4.0.4 version just crashes without any explanation as to what the problem is. Is there a way around this? Or am I going to have to waste my time downloading the original files all over again, because of how this program works?

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    Aizea, I created a multi game iso with MIC 4.0.4 with a game name with a ":" in it. After that, I extracted the game and got the save dialog where I can rename the name of the extracted game iso. It worked without a problem. No Exception occurred.
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