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    Issue with Neogamma playing back-ups - Black Screen - used to work

    Hi,

    Installed Homebrew from here with the site guides on a 4 year old Wii about 6 months ago.


    Worked absoultely fine on all back-ups with no issues, Verbatim disks burnt at correct speed etc....all fine...until yesterday.

    Now move to neo-gamma click to start the back-up and it fires to a blank black screen and fails to fire up the drive - I have not amended/updated anything but made the mistake of letting my lad load up on his own so not sure if he has changed something by mistake.

    Any advice please at all?

    Thanks in advance

    Del

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    I am also having trouble with this I can play Mario Kart but not Pokemon Colosseum I have an NTSC disc but the screen becomes black after that I have installed cMIOS using Wiigator and RVL-mios-v10.wad but it still doesn't work. What am I doing wrong?

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    damn I was hoping for a answer because I have the exact same issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by phan505 View Post
    I am also having trouble with this I can play Mario Kart but not Pokemon Colosseum I have an NTSC disc but the screen becomes black after that I have installed cMIOS using Wiigator and RVL-mios-v10.wad but it still doesn't work. What am I doing wrong?
    You can't have both installed. cMIOS is a custom version of MIOSv4 (or lower?). When you install MIOS, you just overwrite cMIOS.
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