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    cant figure what went wrong.

    Hey all.Glad I found this site.

    I've had my twighlight hack for a while now. and just yesterday I made a backup copy of my call of duty reflex. ( iso burn from wii to computer and img burn to a memorex -r disk ) When I put it in the system the wii freezes.Nothing will help even if i go into configure and forse start I still get a black screen. This is the first time I've tried a backup so I thought It was something in the hack. My friend brought over a backup of one of his games (crash bandicoot) and it loaded fine. Can someone please help me out.

    my wii is 3.4v Im running a backup loader wii gator with a 0.3 gamma and a ios249. someone told me i should upgrade to neogamma 8 with 249 rev 14. Which I can't find to download. I believe the burn went ok. no errors.

    Thanks for the help. Darryl

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    For DVD burning help, look here:
    Dumping & Burning Wii Discs
    PLEASE SEARCH, READ, AND THINK BEFORE DOING ANYTHING.


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    ok you need to upgrade to neogamma and install cios38 rev14 hear are the links

    RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting = neogamma

    RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting = cios38 rev 14 installer.

    just install neogamma via a wad manager and load the cios38 rev14 installer via the homebrew channel.
    In the neogamma folder is a homebrew version of neogamma and also a wad version.

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    Last edited by miihackwii; 12-01-2009 at 03:04 PM.

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    Thanks for the help guys. I went to the thread you told me about wiidoggii And it was saying i should start with a certain dvdrom. I dont know. I'm running a compaq with xp media center edition 2005. it has a lightscribe dual layer dvd burner. I looked in the device manager and i didnt see any saying i had a LG. Does that make a big difference. So i should go get an external dvd burner.to do this.

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    Your best bet is to download an ISO from the net and than use image burn on a DVD-R. try Wiiso for the iso's....
    Note; you may need to unzip/rar the downloaded file to get an ISO.

    Trying to copy an original is a pain in the___. The lg drives are hard to come by anyways.

    But, by far an external USB HDD is the way to go. You can copy your originals using the Wii drive to the Usb Hdd.
    PLEASE SEARCH, READ, AND THINK BEFORE DOING ANYTHING.


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    Hi

    I had the same problem with my Wii 3.2e (pal) softmod.
    I install/ran uLoader 3.2 in "DVD mode" the my
    "call of duty modern warfare reflex" DVD worked perfectly.
    Even Just Dance and Game Party 3 worked with this loader.
    uLoader uses cIOS222 instead of cIOS249 (like neogamma)

    //Roger

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