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    Unhappy Wii Disc Reading Problem

    Hi i bought wii last year...my wii serial No : LU64020591 RVL-001(USA) 2006

    chipset is GC2-D2E

    Wii 4.1 System menu.

    I softmodded my wii these instructions....http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    I was able to softmod successfully...

    I cud play usb games all...

    But wen i write burn iso though img burn with low speed and load in wii....it always says DVD Err(1208), disc id...for Neogamma r9...

    if i use Neogamma r8 it says DVD Err(1167), disc id

    i tried all possibilities like latest neogamma, latest cios38 rev 19, darkcorp 1.1,etc....but all in vain....pls help me....


    Thanks in advance friends...

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    if it doesnt want to play discs then it might be d2-3 Wii Drive Chip Database

    have you open the wii and checked its GC2-D2E

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    Hi Cile i checked in tat site it said...There is a 100% chance the chipset is GC2-D2E and covered in black glue or shud i remove my wii and check???

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    There's a good chance your Wii does not read backups thanks to the newer DVD drives. Stick to USB loading. If you plan on being an active member here, I suggest you drop a line over at the introduction thread. You'll get a wealth of useful info doing so.

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    But its chipset is GC2-D2E not D3-2 so means its not latest drive rite?..pls correct me..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kethan View Post
    But its chipset is GC2-D2E not D3-2 so means its not latest drive rite?..pls correct me..?
    Yeah if it's not D3-2 the drive "should" be able to play backups. Problem might be your media, might be your backup source. Might be a rare D3-2 the drivelist didn't catch. If you bought the console early last year it should have one of the good drives. Mid-later in the year, worse chance of a good drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    Yeah if it's not D3-2 the drive "should" be able to play backups. Problem might be your media, might be your backup source. Might be a rare D3-2 the drivelist didn't catch. If you bought the console early last year it should have one of the good drives. Mid-later in the year, worse chance of a good drive.
    Now what should i do to make it run....My dvd is Moser baer DVD-R but i am able play this same dvd in other korean console...

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    With dvds taiyo yuden or the old verbatims are really good. Another brand too I can't remember.

    Try burning another disc, see if it helps. Discs read differently depending on the drive which might be why other consoles can read it but yours can't. I'm a usb loader guy myself, so my suggestion is save up and pick up a cheap usb drive. But if you like disc loading then getting better media's your best bet, plus it won't kill your laser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    With dvds taiyo yuden or the old verbatims are really good. Another brand too I can't remember.

    Try burning another disc, see if it helps. Discs read differently depending on the drive which might be why other consoles can read it but yours can't. I'm a usb loader guy myself, so my suggestion is save up and pick up a cheap usb drive. But if you like disc loading then getting better media's your best bet, plus it won't kill your laser.
    Ok if i get usb drive...cud i play from fat32 i dont want to format to wbfs.... i saw this http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html

    is it possible from fat32.....

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    Yep. Lots of people prefer FAT32 over WBFS these days, and Krank and Cile are your guys for getting that set up once you get your drive.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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