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    The Bealtes RockBand Help.

    i was playing it one day. then it said disk could not be read. so i turned off and tried it again... but however... it refuse's to play. i mean it boots up fine through the disk menu (i use darkcorp 1.1 btw) but when it tries to load through the disk it try's to read it then it boots me back to the wii menu i followed the guide and everything i even have the required wads in there. but now it stoped working and the only reason i want to play it is casue of the DLC. so let me know if you guys need a video i may be able to do that through my 3ds maybe... but that will take time... let me know. also please don't tell me to get a usb drive disk loading is a tradtional for me.

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    Presuming it worked before, if nothing changed with your configuration, the most likely candidates would be the drive, or the medium. Wii drives, with moving parts, do age, and stop working properly. DVD-R/+R media exacerbates the problem. Does the original work? If so, perhaps try making another (new) backup of it on good (Verbatim) media.

    And yes, you wouldnt be having these problems with usb loading. Discs stink.

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    yeah i just burned a new disk and it work fine. there's only a couple of reason's i use disc,

    1. i usally travel to my dad's house or brother's house or my uncle's house twice a month.

    2.i heard music games with DLC are a pain to do with usb loader.

    3.if i did wanted to invest in a usb drive i just don't know what's a good size one

    4. i would count my games if i did want (i only would keep my online ones)

    i think those are my reasons thanks for the help i'm going invest in a usb drive quick question through what's the biggest one the size it can hold up to.

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    Trying to convince me that discs are in any way better is a losing battle. They're not. Take it from someone who HARDMODDED with a solder-based chip back in the day.

    I recommend Western Digital Elements desktop drives (the 3.5" version that comes with a power cord), I've used 500g and 1TB versions with good results. Some people have trouble with USB3 drives, but others can get them to work. I would recommend something 2TB or less, that is USB2. Check the compatibility thread.

    I recommend drives w/ external power so as not to tax the wii more than necessary.

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    i'm not starting a fight or anything... i'm just saying... (did not mean to offend) but yeah i was looking at the usb loader thread so i'm going go for a 2tb drive of Western Digital Elements. i'm going browser around and stuff. thanks for the input i just may use disk loading only for the RB and GH games so that's the reason. so yeah that's my story and i'm sticking to it.

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