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    error: no dvd (n) / Unable to read a disc [SOLVED]

    hi there
    Ive updated my wii as per the 3.3-4.1 thread but i get 'error: no dvd (n)' in neogamma and 'Unable to read a disc' via the disc channel.

    After searching on the forums ive also run the cioscorp uninstaller, then run the cIOSCORP 3.6 installer but still no joy.

    The wii is about 18 months old so it does not have a the new chip.

    Non backup discs work fine.

    Can anyone help?

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    SOLVED - It was the d2cpro (gw-601a) solderless chip that was the problem. Its outdated and does NOT have a firmware update hence the reason why it will not play new game backup, just the old stuff. I checked with the supplier to confirm no firmware.

    Anyhoo, i opened the baby up and removed the chip. Now plays new game backups perfectly (with the softmod ofc)

    Thanks to thos who tried to help, much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Last edited by Mackite; 07-05-2010 at 01:26 PM.

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    are your discs DVD-r?


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    yes and verbatim

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    I don't use cioscorp,but after reading it's read me, I can tell that it will change a lot of your IOSs. Also, it seems that many of the site moderators do not approve of it, and I can see why. It completely changes your softmod. I'd recommend uninstalling cioscorp all together, and reinstalling cios38rev17. But again, I don't know much about cioscorp, so take my advice with a bit of caution.


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    Sounds like the burn process is flawed. Usually that is how it goes, otherwise neogamma usually gives a numerical error of 4 digits.
    Make sure there are no running process that are unnecessary (rebooting helps refresh memory), and use imgburn at 4X burnspeed.
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    Ive been trying to think why its happening and its just occured to me that its only happing with the newer games. Checked this by using mariokart and just dance....mariokart worked no probs, just dance same error as above.

    I have a D2CPro solderless mod chip installed - could this be the problem? Firmware update maybe?

    Like i said above ive updated the wii to 4.1 and now seriously running out of ideas.

    Please help

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    anyone?

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    The "proper" method of uninstalling cIOSFail is outlined in Ithian's post here. The uninstaller that came with cF is unacceptably dumb in that the IOS it'll leave on your system aren't the best.

    This begs another question: why on earth would a hardmodded user install cF?! Your hardmod should allow for backups to be ran via the disc channel, why install a package that mucks around far more inelegantly with your system that accomplishes the same purpose (but with softmodders in mind)?

    If I'm reading your initial post right, it sounds like you hardmodded and softmodded your Wii, correct? If so, please run an IOS scan as detailed here and reply in-thread with the results.

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    I didnt want to be one of those newbie poster, i searched the forums and found the cioscorp uninstaller, then run the cIOSCORP 3.6.....guess that back fired.

    I softmod'ed cause my backups stopped loading.....turns out im a newb after all.

    Thanks for the reply, the data your after is here.....

    sysCheck v1.6.1 by Erik Spyder

    Region: PAL
    The system menu v450 is running under IOS36 (rev 65535)
    Hollywood v0x11
    Console ID: 60115317
    Boot2 v3
    Found 72 titles
    Found 33 IOS on this console
    Found 2 IOS Stubs on this console

    IOS (revision),IOS Stub,Trucha Bug,ES Identify,Flash Access,NAND Access,Boot2 Access,USB 2.0
    IOS4 (rev 65280),Yes,?,?,?,?,?,?
    IOS9 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS10 (rev 768),Yes,?,?,?,?,?,?
    IOS11 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS12 (rev 11),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disable d,Disabled
    IOS13 (rev 15),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disable d,Disabled
    IOS14 (rev 262),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabl ed,Disabled
    IOS15 (rev 265),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabl ed,Disabled
    IOS17 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS20 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS21 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS22 (rev 777),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabl ed,Disabled
    IOS28 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS30 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS31 (rev 3088),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS33 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS34 (rev 3087),No,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS35 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Enabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disable d,Disabled
    IOS36 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Enabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disable d,Disabled
    IOS37 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disabl ed,Disabled
    IOS38 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Enabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disable d,Disabled
    IOS40 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS41 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS43 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS45 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS46 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS50 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS52 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS53 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS55 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS56 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS60 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS70 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disabled,Disab led,Disabled
    IOS249 (rev 17),No,Enabled,Enabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disabled,E nabled
    IOS250 (rev 65535),No,Enabled,Enabled,Disabled,Enabled,Disable d,Enabled


    Report generated on 2010/06/25

    i guess this is bad
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 06-25-2010 at 05:00 PM.

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    sorry for the bumps but i really need help.

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