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    Help with Neogamma R6

    Alright so I've recently just softmodded my wii with Dogegg's guide. I have Neogamma R6. I burned a gamecube game- The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker on a HP Dvd+R with nero at 2.4x. I put the disk in and neogamma just says 'timeout' and then a couple seconds later just goes back to the menu.

    I have an LU64 Wii running 4.1U firmware if that helps.

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    If this problem continues you can always try WiiGators Gamecube Backup Launcher 0.2 or try NeoGamma R7

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    I've actually just tried those, did miospatcher and everything..

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    I checked the Gamecube_Backup_Launcher_Compatibility_List#L for you and it is compatible, so, if you downloaded it then you may have a bad image, or you didn't burn the disc right, for DVD media quality click here.

    If you are going to use DVD+R then make sure that the book type setting is DVD-ROM, if your burner doesn't support book type then use DVD-R, DVD-R is recommended for use with Wii.
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 08-06-2009 at 07:36 PM.

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    I burned it with DVD-ROM(iso)

    Should I burn it with DVD-ROM(boot) DVD-ROM(UDF) or DVD-ROM(UDF/ISO)?

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    You should try IMGburn to burn your ISO's, get it here The Official ImgBurn Website. After you install it, just right click on your ISO and select BURN WITH IMGBURN. I have used Nero before, I think you should use the UDF/ISO setting.

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