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    backups stopped loading

    Hi All, this is my first post, I've spent days and days searching, reading and trying different things to resolve my problem, now its time to ask for help.

    have Wii v3.2u, homebrew 1.0.3, neogamma r6 rev 14
    tried cIOS38r4 installer, trucha bug restorer, tried firmware updater 4.1 got error 1036.
    before I loaded above
    I was using gamma backup loader v03 my backups worked ok then backups started to fail "disks can not be read" I updated the homebrew channel.
    any help would be appreciated,

    thanks in advance

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    I've heard if you use alot of DVD+R backups it could ruin your DVD drive after awhile.

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    I only use dvd-r

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    here's some more info for the elite here; games that stopped loading COD5, Narto cnr2 "disk can't be read". ultimate Mortal Combat loads ok, keeps blacking out, then get "disk cant be read". all worked ok, I wonder if kids changed something during sleep over.

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    When you were using Gamma 03 Loader it may have been the one with the 002 fix, now you have Neogamma and cIOS rev14 (002 fix is not automatic), try changing the 002 fix in the settings of Neogamma before booting game. I don't even know if the games you are trying to play require 002 fix, but it's something to try.

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    Try cIOSCORP. CIOSCORP Installer - GBAtemp.net

    If not, my backups started giving me a Disc Read Error 324 and the solution was letting my Wii cool down before I tried playing.

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    I read somewhere else on the forum here that cioscorp replaces all your IOS's with modified IOS's, you may want to research that before installing.

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    could the homebrew 1.03 update have caused this, I read somewhere that it is causing problems with wii's with 3.2u; if so how do I reinstall the older homebrew?
    thanks in advance

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    there's not very much help here, I'll figure it out on my own.
    thanks to the members above for your input.

    The Walrus

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    I don't think that it's the HBC that's causing your games not to boot. Sounds like maybe a disc problem. I don't use discs so I don't run into those problems.

    First you will want to get good quality discs, like Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden DVD-R. Lesser discs may degrade quicker depending on how you take care of them, they could degrade quickly, like in a few days to a few years.

    Next, burning the disc. Try burning at 4X, if your not using Verbatim or TY's then try burning at 2X. Make sure to click the verify box so when the burn is complete you know for sure that the disc has been created sucessfully. Do not multi task while burning, make sure that your screen saver or virus scanner don't start running, and make sure you don't have any programs/CPU robbing processes running in the back ground. I have yet to make a bad burn, I have got some bad discs before, but the verify process caught them. Some of the lesser brands of DVD are just plain ol junk. If you have used them discs for a while, maybe you just need to reburn them games. I wouldn't trust any DVD writable media to last too long.

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