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Thread: Black Screen after loading up back up game

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    Quote Originally Posted by HybridKid View Post
    Burn your media faster if possible, no less than 4x, try 8x, and even 16x. The Wii has issues with reading discs burned too slow.

    Also, how old is your burner? I once had a customer who's burner could burn no faster than 2X, but once he purchased a new burner all his playback issues were resolved.

    If you should need to get a new burner, the Pioneer series is good, as is the LG series. I have one of each and I've no problems with discs from either one.
    I think that's the opposite of conventional wisdom around here...
    the slower the better. I burn at 2.4x (slowest my drive can go) always, 100% success with around 40cds burned.

    "I once had a customer who's burner could burn no faster than 2X"
    Sounds like he just had a really old burner, not a speed problem.

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    Check your firmware version, If it is v3.3 and above,and you backups are created from a scrubbed ISO, this thing happens. Because V3.3 and above firmware blocks trunca signed Disc

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    Have you tried using GeckOS to load game. Also sometimes game requires a newer revision (not version) of a Wii Firmware. For instance I hears that Samba De Amigo required an revision update to 3.2 (it still keeps it at 3.2) for the game to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wqu View Post
    Check your firmware version, If it is v3.3 and above,and you backups are created from a scrubbed ISO, this thing happens. Because V3.3 and above firmware blocks trunca signed Disc
    Hey thanks. I think you actually solved my problem. I think that the few disks that haven't worked were scrubbed down. I'm going to try a non-scrubbed and see what happens.

    Well, I tried an unscrubbed MK but it still gives me a blackscreen after the health warning. That is, I still have to use HBC.
    Last edited by hanguker; 03-29-2009 at 07:03 PM. Reason: New Info.

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