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    My Wii has a hard time reading backups.

    alright, I softmodded my 4.2 wii two months ago.

    ever since then, I've noticed that it's become slightly harder/longer to read backups. (On neogamma it gets to "apploader" before giving me "DVD Err(1824), Apploader loop"), usually, if I keep hitting launch game from DVD it will eventually read them. It will read retail discs just fine.

    I've been using a cheap brand of DVDs and was wondering if I get Verbatim discs, will my wii read them better?

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    the media is very important. also there are some settings that you should change. look in the red link in my sig. the guide teaches to set up the options. maybe it will help




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    hmmm, this may explain why Gamecube backups almost always work unless there dirty.

    EDIT: I changed the setting to as you described and it still has a hard time loading.

    I assume changing to verbatim is the bast awnser?
    Last edited by -Whiplash-; 12-03-2010 at 01:53 PM.

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    I assume changing to verbatim is the bast awnser?
    It's a great answer, but the best answer would be to change to a usb hard drive and quit messing with discs alltogether.

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    thatīs right. verbatim is the best.
    usb loading is even better. Iīd use usb if I had the money




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    Quote Originally Posted by unrealtron View Post
    Iīd use usb if I had the money
    click on one of the donate buttons! Maybe you will win a nice new 1tb wd hd in the holiday drawing!

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    I actually have an 80 GB portable, but I have to use it to store everything my laptop can't because I don't have the HD space.

    can I still use my HD for storing things other than ISOs?
    Last edited by -Whiplash-; 12-03-2010 at 03:27 PM.
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    in my coutry we do not use dollars. here 20 bucks are more than a months salary. way to friggin expensive.




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