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    Help!!!

    I have spent the past five days trying to get my wii to play backed up games. I have the homebrew channel up and have had no problems with that or playing any emulator games and i now have neogamma up and it runs original games no problem. No matter what i do the games i burn do not work, i have gone through countless dvd's and different iso's, i've tried wii games and Gamecube and they all fail to different degrees, anywhere from not recognizing the disk to reading what disk it is and even telling me what game it is but not playing it. I have never posted on a forum before and am doing so because of my extreme frustration with this.

    PLEASE HELP

    P.S. I have used every guide that is on this or any other forum with no help.

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    Did you install cios?If you didn't then install cios rev17 and if u installed older cios overwrite this one.But if even with cios wont work then u have new chipset
    D3-2 that wont allow you to play any kind of backups!However,u can use usb hdd to run isos.

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    I did download cios, what is a new chipset or a usb hdd?

    Wait I think i downloaded cios38_rev14, is this the wrong one and if so where do i get the right one?
    Last edited by Therico13; 02-05-2010 at 12:24 PM.

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    If you recently bought your wii you probably have the chipset mentioned, which means you can NOT play backed up dvds. If you get an external hard drive you can put games on there and play them. Look at the usb loading guide in the tutorials section

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    If you recently bought your wii you probably have the chipset mentioned, which means you can NOT play backed up dvds. If you get an external hard drive you can put games on there and play them. Look at the usb loading guide in the tutorials section

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