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    Multiple errors on multiple backup launchers! help

    ive installed cios rev13b but none of my backup launchers are playing any games even the ones that worked before are now not working
    any suggestions ?????

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    Roll back to cios rev13a (also just called cios rev13) and give that a try. rev13b is known to have issues with USB Loaders. If 13a still gives you issues then keep stepping back to 12, 10 and so on. The latest versions of the major USB Loaders include settings to enable the Error 002 fix and the anti 002 fix, which should allow you to play the latest games using cios rev10 and higher.

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    oh i dont use usb loaders, i burn all of them on to disc and ive sorted it now. Its just i have one problem, 'The Conduit' is the only game not working :S it spins slow and im presented with a black screen, and then after a while this message comes up 'the game disc could not be read. refer to the wii operations manual for details' but it can be read because the coduit movie thing comes up in the disc channel so im totally baffled

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    You might try and do a search through the forums about the Conduit. I do remember seeing a post about someone having issues getting it to load. I personally do not use disks for backups so I can't help you but I'm sure someone else can if it hasn't already been covered in the other posts.

    If you are interested, you might want to look into using a USB hard drive because it seems to be much easier than having to burn the disks. I have close to 50 backup games on a 320GB drive (only using up 100GB!) and there is never any disk swapping or burning involved.

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    hmm that does sound appealing but id rather not waste my time with it as it is i only entered the homebrew scene so i could use a freeloader thats when i found backup launcher i purchase all my games well i dload em ferst try it out for 30 mins if i like it i go and buy it if not i either bin it or ask my lil bro if hed play it so he can keep it that said i have about 7 backups and around 30-35 real games only burnt conduit to get a sneak preivew.. can you rip games on to the hard drive

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    Yes you can, which can save your disk drive in the long run because you aren't having to use the drive to play your games. You can also save your purchased disks from scratched by playing from the ripped backups on your hard drive. I have all of my purchased games ripped to the drive along with some downloads so I never have to insert a disk unless I am ripping a newly purchased game. It is very convenient, especially if you want to be able to change games without leaving the couch.

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    lol the lazy manouver i may have to do this what do i need to get it done

    p.s look at your wii discs i can guarentee you you shouldnt see a scratch mine dont have them mine r pristine!!

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    1. Get yourself a USB HDD of whatever size you want to use.
    2. Download USB Loader GX from this site: News ?(USB Loader GX)?
    3. Download WBFS Manager in order to be able to move ISOs from your pc to your drive or vice versa. You should be able to do a search for it in the forums here and find a download link.
    4. Connect your drive, start USB Loader GX from HBC (or the forwarder if you chose to install it), and you will be able to begin your game ripping and playing.

    I recommend reading the ReadMii section of the USB Loader GX site so you understand how to use it completely and have fun playing!

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    thnks 4 dah

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