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Thread: Softmodded Wii Error: The Disc Could Not Be Read.

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    Thanks Again! But there still remains 1 question for me: Is there a big chance that USB loading will work for me. (If I use a External Hard Drive)
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    It should if, like I said, you softmodded your wii with a guide from this site. If you didn't, you should follow the softmod any wii guide. Just start from the beginning and no worries. It will just write over whatever you have done to your wii before. Who knows maybe your discs will start working again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playerkp420 View Post
    It should if, like I said, you softmodded your wii with a guide from this site. If you didn't, you should follow the softmod any wii guide. Just start from the beginning and no worries. It will just write over whatever you have done to your wii before. Who knows maybe your discs will start working again.
    Thanks for the link. I've followed the guide and everything ran perfectly. But I still get the error "The Disc could not be read". While I was using Neogamma it said: "Neogamma R9 beta 26, IOS249 (Rev 17) In the NeoGamma menu. I was thinking, maybe it's because my Wii's lens is dirty? I've also noticed that my Backed up wii game shows up in the normal Wii disc channel. But if i try to play it trough that, it doesn't work either.
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    Yeah. Do original game discs work? If cleaning the lens doesn't work then your drive could be going bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playerkp420 View Post
    Yeah. Do original game discs work? If cleaning the lens doesn't work then your drive could be going bad.
    Yes, booting orinigal discs works fine. I wouldn't know what to do now...

    If I would buy a external hard drive would it work for me to load backups without any problems?

    Edit: I found a lens cleaning kit for the wii. Will I do good to buy it?
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    Usb loading is way easier anyway. I have all my games backed up on an external hard drive and it's great. The Wii is hidden inside my entertainment center so the kids can't mess with it. They just have to grab a Wiimote and play. No worries of having to buy another $50 game because it got scratched. All my discs are put away in a closet.

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    Not to mention the speed boost on loading (especially good for games like MHT:Tri) and that it saves wear on your lens.
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