try re-ripping them. usb is the best way
I have an old Wii that used to be Twilight hacked. I recently used bannerbomb and modmii 4.4.0 to softmod my 4.2 Wii. I added all the correct cios and ios, ios36, cios249, and many others. I use the latest version of Neogamma and also the recommened rev 17 as well as Gecko 22.214.171.124. I tried sys check to see what was wrong and added the necessary missing wads. Many of the newer games only gets past the game menu or the first 2 levels. I'm not sure if there is anything wrong with my actual wii but I can play my Wiiplay and Wiisports perfectly fine. Any suggestions on what to do? Is a USB loader the best way? Thanks in advance everyone!
I did. I burned the same game from a few different places, original and patched, even used different dvd-r and same result. Anyway I can avoid using USB loader?
Has this console ever been sent in for repair? There were alot of these that had the dvd drives replaced with the newer ones according to alot of folks out there.
I tried that guide along with the "mod any wii" guide and another one and thy all have the same results.
Last edited by Krafter; 12-04-2010 at 07:10 PM.
How do the original games work in the disk channel? Do they play? If not then you have a drive issue as oddgriffin was saying. If they do then you have a softmod problem or bad backups.
And please use the edit button in the future instead of creating multiple posts.
Last edited by Krafter; 12-04-2010 at 07:17 PM.
Sorry about not using the edit button. Do you mean to edit my original post with additional information that people ask?
No you don't have to edit your original post. We just don't like to see multiple threads in a row within 24 hours or so. That is considered bumping.
What kind of media are you using for your games backups? Verbatim is considered the best. It is also suggested that you use imgburn to create your backups. You could also have a look at the problematic game guides found in my signature. Maybe it's a known issue with the games you are having problems with.