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    Error on usbloader

    Using usbloader to play games.. When playing super smash bros brawl I got a screen that said..

    "An error has occurred please press the eject button and remove the disk. turn the wii console off and refer to the manual'"

    Not sure if it is anything to do with the writing of the game to the hard disk as i ripped it from the wii to the HD.

    Nothing on the sticky for usbloader.

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    My understanding was that you need to be using a cios that supports dual layer disks to upload them from the disk. Either hermes 222 or the new rev17.
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    Thankyou yet AGAIN griffin.

    I assume I install it with WAD manager or CIOS installer?

    Thing is the game does work.. It only happened when I tried to play an unlockable movie on it.
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    *bump,

    Any more info on what I have to do?

    I have been googling and searching for a while to no avail.

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    Try this guide by stomp, it worked well for me and thank him if it works for you.

    http://www.wiihacks.com/wii-custom-s...os-v4-out.html
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    The real problem is if you ripped this with a non-functional dual layer cIOS, you will need to delete and recopy it to the HD (example: IOS 249 prior to Rev 17, even a simple matter of copying a DVD9 disc results in corrupted data). Been there, done that on this particular title.

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    Yes and revision 17 can be obtained in the 3.1-4.1 softmod guide. erase and rerip as nightstah stated. It is gonna be a while before I get used to having a stable cios that supports dual layer disks.
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