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    Need help with error 001 on SMG

    Ok, I will make it simple: I got New Super Mario Bros Wii, and I am softmodded 4.1US.

    I updated my CIOS to the latest rev15 and I installed 3 loader channels: USBLGX, Neogamma R8 beta from dogeggs, and SD-USB Loader from Wanin. No banner brick, no problem with the loaders. At the end of the day I got NSMB to work with my USB flash drive, which was great.

    But then out of boredom I said "I'm gonna play galaxy now". Unfortunately I am getting error 001, but here's the thing: it used to work fine before I updated CIOS from rev14 to rev15, which I believe is the cause, to an extent.

    I don't think the CIOS install itself was faulty, but I need help. This is my analysis and what I think it is, but I need confirmation before I do something stupid:

    1 - When I got the CIOS install and I read the readme, it didn't say which IOS to use; by default 249 is selected, but when I'd choose 249 the installer would crash, so no good;

    2 - My next guess was to use the same IOS that i used to install rev14 before, and I used dog's guide, so I used 35 to install rev15, which worked;

    3 - Googling around it seems that Galaxy uses 35, which might be why I'm getting error 001 now, but why does it make a difference? If it's the same IOS that I had with CIOS rev14 and it worked fine, does it get patched for rev15?

    That's my only conclusion. Like I said, NSMB works fine, and Klonoa too (I tested my USB flash with it while getting NSMB).

    My main question is: would IOS 35 be the reason why I get error 101 from a galaxy DVD-R backup that already worked before? And if so, what should I use to fix it (upgrade, patch)? Should I reinstall CIOS rev15 with a different IOS (like 15) or should I patch/reinstall IOS 35 only with another tool and if so, what? Please help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchibr View Post
    Ok, I will make it simple: I got New Super Mario Bros Wii, and I am softmodded 4.1US.

    I updated my CIOS to the latest rev15 and I installed 3 loader channels: USBLGX, Neogamma R8 beta from dogeggs, and SD-USB Loader from Wanin. No banner brick, no problem with the loaders. At the end of the day I got NSMB to work with my USB flash drive, which was great.

    But then out of boredom I said "I'm gonna play galaxy now". Unfortunately I am getting error 001, but here's the thing: it used to work fine before I updated CIOS from rev14 to rev15, which I believe is the cause, to an extent.

    I don't think the CIOS install itself was faulty, but I need help. This is my analysis and what I think it is, but I need confirmation before I do something stupid:

    1 - When I got the CIOS install and I read the readme, it didn't say which IOS to use; by default 249 is selected, but when I'd choose 249 the installer would crash, so no good;

    2 - My next guess was to use the same IOS that i used to install rev14 before, and I used dog's guide, so I used 35 to install rev15, which worked;

    3 - Googling around it seems that Galaxy uses 35, which might be why I'm getting error 001 now, but why does it make a difference? If it's the same IOS that I had with CIOS rev14 and it worked fine, does it get patched for rev15?

    That's my only conclusion. Like I said, NSMB works fine, and Klonoa too (I tested my USB flash with it while getting NSMB).

    My main question is: would IOS 35 be the reason why I get error 101 from a galaxy DVD-R backup that already worked before? And if so, what should I use to fix it (upgrade, patch)? Should I reinstall CIOS rev15 with a different IOS (like 15) or should I patch/reinstall IOS 35 only with another tool and if so, what? Please help me.
    that cios rev15 errors for me on evrery disk backup i try to use so i went back to rev 14 and all was fine.

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    What causes the 001 error?
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    The majority of games have some code in them that checks whether or not the disc is on a DVD-ROM. If it is, the game runs fine. If not (e.g. if it's on a DVD-R), the game will spit out the #001 error.

    Burn the game onto a DVD+R (NOT DVD-R) and BOOKTYPE it to DVD-ROM. This will tell
    the Wii that it is a DVD-ROM disc and it will load fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by siphilips View Post
    What causes the 001 error?
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    The majority of games have some code in them that checks whether or not the disc is on a DVD-ROM. If it is, the game runs fine. If not (e.g. if it's on a DVD-R), the game will spit out the #001 error.

    Burn the game onto a DVD+R (NOT DVD-R) and BOOKTYPE it to DVD-ROM. This will tell
    the Wii that it is a DVD-ROM disc and it will load fine.
    Thanks for the replies, but that's why I explicitly said that before I updated to rev15, the same DVD-R backup for SMG worked fine. One thing would be if it never worked at all, but it did before so that really bothers me. Chances are burning a booktyped DVD to DVD-ROM won't make a difference.

    I'd like more replies to make a better decision, but so far it seems oddgriffin has a good alternative. I am just worried if NSMB will run with rev 14. I wish I could run both, but thanks for both replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchibr View Post
    Thanks for the replies, but that's why I explicitly said that before I updated to rev15, the same DVD-R backup for SMG worked fine. One thing would be if it never worked at all, but it did before so that really bothers me. Chances are burning a booktyped DVD to DVD-ROM won't make a difference.

    I'd like more replies to make a better decision, but so far it seems oddgriffin has a good alternative. I am just worried if NSMB will run with rev 14. I wish I could run both, but thanks for both replies.
    i am running it from sd card using neogamma. it is wierd how some folks can use rev 15 and report running this game on disk and the ones of us who for some reason get an error can't do it at all. i wonder if there is something to this dvd+r the other gentleman mentioned as i only ever use -r.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchibr View Post
    Thanks for the replies, but that's why I explicitly said that before I updated to rev15, the same DVD-R backup for SMG worked fine. One thing would be if it never worked at all, but it did before so that really bothers me. Chances are burning a booktyped DVD to DVD-ROM won't make a difference.

    I'd like more replies to make a better decision, but so far it seems oddgriffin has a good alternative. I am just worried if NSMB will run with rev 14. I wish I could run both, but thanks for both replies.
    also i tried alot of things besides the disk type to get rev15 to work and went back and fourth from 14 to 15 a few times so it shouldn't hurt to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    also i tried alot of things besides the disk type to get rev15 to work and went back and fourth from 14 to 15 a few times so it shouldn't hurt to do.
    I'll try rev14 to see if it works with my current DVD-R like before; if it does, I will test NSMB with it (which I never did), and if both work with rev14 then I will just keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchibr View Post
    I'll try rev14 to see if it works with my current DVD-R like before; if it does, I will test NSMB with it (which I never did), and if both work with rev14 then I will just keep it.
    can't test for myself as i have no dvd+r but i am hearing over and over about the dvd+r booktyped to dvd-rom issue. i guess you can get nsmb to run from disk like this but you'll have to convert your whole wii game library to dvd+r. using cios rev15

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    can't test for myself as i have no dvd+r but i am hearing over and over about the dvd+r booktyped to dvd-rom issue. i guess you can get nsmb to run from disk like this but you'll have to convert your whole wii game library to dvd+r. using cios rev15
    if the only point of rev15 is to run NSMB from DISK, but rev14 allows NSMB ON USB, then that's fine with me then; I will keep rev14 and run it from my flash drive with everything else on disc no prob.

    Edit: I was having trouble at first to downgrade to rev14, I tried to find a downgrading app but didn't really look like it'd be easy. Then I tried just plain reinstalling over with an old version but it was giving me error -1035 which is basically that my CIOS was corrupt and that I wouldn't be allowed to overwrite it.

    So I grew some balls and decided to try the AnyTitleDeleter to force an uninstall, deleted IOS249, then went straight to install rev14 and worked like a charm. No bricks thank God. Then I got to test my two Mario games, SMG and NSMBW.

    Here's the verdict: I use Neogamma R8 beta to run Discs, and I use USBLoaderGX for NSMBW. SMG WORKED ON NEO, AND NSMBW STILL WORKS ON USBLoaderGX. So rev14 works for both as long as NSMB runs from USB/SD on USBLoaderGX, so I am all set.

    Thanks a lot odd, you really helped me out with your advice, I'm set.
    Last edited by tenchibr; 11-18-2009 at 02:22 PM. Reason: Verdict

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