Backup AND LEGIT wii games take multiple tries to load
I've had my wiikey 2 (with wiiclip) for a few months and I've noticed a problem that is slowly starting to worsen:
Wii backups and legit Wii games load normally almost 100% of the time, but the majority of Gamecube backups AND legit games take multiple tries to get them to load. It didn't used to be like this.
I turn on the Wii and put in the Gamecube backup or legit game. Then the gamecube logo appears on the disk channel. Then I click to start the game. The Wii remote shuts off (like it should) and I get a black screen. I usually hold the power button and then remove the disk and try again. It usually takes between two and four tries to get games to load.
-I burn the disks using ImgBurn at 2.4x speed on TDK DVD-R disks.
-My wii is at 4.0u
-My games are NTSC-U
-My Wiikey 2 is fully updated.
-I have NO homebrew and never had any
-Both multi-iso GCN backups and standard GCN backups have this problem, as well as legit GCN games
I thought it might be a dirty laser, but dual layer games such as Brawl work fine.
Please help me...
EDIT: Now it doesn't seem to be reading GCN games at all. It just goes to a black screen when I click play.
EDIT2: This could just be a fluke, but I put the wiikey2 config disk in and change allow no updates to allow only USA updates. I then put in my GCN game and it worked. I'll try playing another game in a few hours and see if it works first try still.
EDIT3: This WORKED!!!!! I guess my wiikey2 thought my gamecube games had updates.
EDIT4: Now it's not working anymore. I still need some help.
EDIT5: What is really weird is that if I put in the newest wiikey2 config disk, the next gamecube disk almost always works.
What could this mean?
Last edited by ruel; 07-23-2009 at 09:31 AM.
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I still need some help. It's not loading GCN games anymore again.
EDIT: What's really weird is... now it's worked the last three times in a row.
Last edited by ruel; 07-14-2009 at 06:38 PM.
I would say that you should just get a drive cleaner. One of the official nintendo ones are the best.
UPDATE: What is really weird is that if I put in the newest wiikey2 config disk, the next gamecube disk almost always works.
What could this mean?