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    Quote Originally Posted by DracUK View Post
    Ive had a look up of your serial number and LU54 is probably a D2C which should be ok with wasabi.Im not too clued up on usa serials.The only thing I dont understand is why does a brand new black wii have this older drive in it.I would reopen the wii and check for any writing on the wii drive chip to be sure.System Menu 4.2 only allows backups from same region as console.You dont need to downgrade from 4.2 to 4.1.
    Sounds like your not burning disks correctly

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    I don't have a brand new black wii, Its a couple of years old and white. I just decided to mod it with a wasabi dx chip. I didn't know my wii was updated to 4.2u ( I guess I didn't pay much attention) anyway I installed the chip and burnt a game called rec room and sonic and mario winter olympics. Rec room worked the other didn't. I have downloaded a few more games with no luck. I updated the wasabi dx to version 3.0 and I have used the bca fix off their website too. I use imgburn and sony dvd-r disks and burn at 2.4x... I make sure the games i have been downloading are NTSC, and some have been patched others have not-nothing seems to work except that dang Rec Room. Do I need to buy a sd card? Not sure what to do Thanks

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    The only game you need the BCA fix for at the moment is New Super Mario Brothers.No you dont need an sd card.I have burnt over one hundred disks using -dvdr RITEK dye with Imgburn at 4x using Samsung or Pioneer writers and never ever had a coaster.
    I dont think its the wasabi at fault its either

    1.the isos are faulty
    2.the brand of dvd disks you are using
    3.the dvd burner
    4.maybe faulty or misaligned laser on wii drive

    Try some -r disks with Ritek G5 dye (ask the shop)

    DracUK

    That was directed at Tybriah

    DracUK

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    To both mrgentry and Tybriah -
    I had the exact problem you had and the solution was the dvd media. (see my post) No SD card or anything other than the update (which turns out is really just for the NSMB game). I went to the store and grabbed 4 sample packs of DVD-R that have been mentioned here and only one worked...the Sony-R at 4X w/ImgBurn. Since then I now have TDK-R working so I grabbed a 50pk and all is well.
    Its worth a small investment to try even more media types to be sure that's not the issue. Good luck.

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    Paste from chip database?

    Your drive most likely has the following chipset:

    •There is a 50% chance the chipset is .
    •And there is also a 50% chance the chipset is GC2-D3-2 (v2) with no drive chip.

    Why is the first 50% chance blank?
    Does that mean it is definitely the second one?
    Last edited by bildivarian; 01-12-2010 at 03:46 PM.

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    To DrakUK and lane87 thanks for all ur help. Once I used another dvd burner i've had no problems! Thanks again...

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    So the error are the DVD's. Because I have a Wasabi DX and 4.2 running, But all of my old backup works. But not my new games like murmasa, sonic and the black knight and, valhalla knight. Any suggestions on what I should do? P.S. Does the new Wasabi update fix the problem.

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    Had a look at all your posts and it seems you deleted them all, not sure why you did this though. Maybe you made a mistake somewhere in your profile?
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bildivarian View Post
    Your drive most likely has the following chipset:

    •There is a 50% chance the chipset is .
    •And there is also a 50% chance the chipset is GC2-D3-2 (v2) with no drive chip.


    Does that mean it is definitely the second one?


    Why is the first 50% chance blank?

    its not actually blank...look carefully, there is a DOT there...which stands for GC2-D3-2

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