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    Having problems loading backups after trying NSMB.

    WODE was working fine, loading all back-ups, tried NSMB, soon as it loaded from the USB HDD and it gave me this message;

    "An error occurred. press the eject button and remove the disc, then turn the wii console off and refer to the wii operations manual for help troubleshooting."

    Fair enough, I thought, after all NSMB is a problem title so I left it and went back to playing my other backups (which had been working fine) BUT now they don't work either and they throw up the same message straight from wii menu.

    Any thoughts?

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    Have you looked at this guide.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/wode-wii-rip...ur-wode-2.html

    Basically two ways,
    use the patcher on the iso, or create a folder and place the game iso +bca file in it.

    Its such a long time ago, we haven't had a NSMB question fior ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiiJohn View Post
    Have you looked at this guide.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/wode-wii-rip...ur-wode-2.html

    Basically two ways,
    use the patcher on the iso, or create a folder and place the game iso +bca file in it.

    Its such a long time ago, we haven't had a NSMB question fior ages.
    Will this help the other games work right too though?

    They worked fine up until I tried NSMB, could be coincidence?

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    Not related. The game will not cause any other previously working game to stop working.

    Check and see if you have moved or shifted the WODE/Wii unit. It could just be that a cable has come a tiny bit loose. Also check your USB connections. If they are not all the way in you can get an intermittent problem.
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    Thanks for the replies, guys. It was a hardware issue, took the thing apart and put it back together and no problems since Sunday night.

    Cheers again, I hope to be able to help somebody on this forum one day, rather than being the one who is constantly in need of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suttonwolf
    Thanks for the replies, guys. It was a hardware issue, took the thing apart and put it back together and no problems since Sunday night.

    Cheers again, I hope to be able to help somebody on this forum one day, rather than being the one who is constantly in need of it.
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    Gents, along the same lines but not specific to NSMB. My wii had a d2pro with the wiiclip installed that got flakey and wouldn't read any disks unless I giggled the clip and gently put disks in, then it would read originals and backups. So I got the WODE to replace that arrangment.

    If I put the WODE in flat mode, I can mount up original disks, play them or rip to the HDD, but not so with backups. I get the same error suttonwolf gets:

    "An error occurred. press the eject button and remove the disc, then turn the wii console off and refer to the wii operations manual for help troubleshooting."

    I'm guessing there's something to do with signatures and patching (or lack of) of the iso used to create the disk but I'm not having luck finding info on this particular issue. Do I need a modchip/softmod to read these backups? I also see there are other WODE loaders in the wild; maybe turn to one of these?

    My hardware is an older wii, maybe 3-4 years, with the d2c drive; updated the WODE to the latest firmware and have verified all cables and connections are good.


    Thanks all!


    Wii Region : US
    Wii FW Version : 4.2u
    Wode Firmware Version : 2.5
    Wode FPGA Version : ?
    Game Name : Wii Sports
    Game Region : US
    Last edited by rdpierce; 12-03-2010 at 09:22 AM.

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    If you have a back up disc that means your PC can read it. So why would you even bother to try and play it via your WODE????

    Simply put the disc in your PC and convert it to a ISO or better yet (from a size point of view) convert the ISO to the game format WBFS.

    The whole point of WODE is that you do not use discs.
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    Well, I grock what you're saying R_N_B about not needing nor wanting the disks anymore. The games I have are already ISO images from various sources as well as burnt to DVD. The ISO's are on a storage system at work so I figured I'd use the backup disks to rip to the drive. When I do that I get an error 103 which, from reading and reading, seems to be that the disk has been patched or scrubbed (update partition removed and decrypted?) so no longer in the original dvd condition.

    The particular game, wii sports, that I'm mentioning is one that I have the original to, but it was damaged by one of my kids so I DL'd from the net.

    While I'm still playing with copying the ISO to my HDD, when I tried that earlier today, the WODE didn't list that ISO, it just showed some WODE config ISO in the list.

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    Well, after digging around, I see the deal. ISO's from the wild all seem to be patched/decrypted already and hence the WODE, not being a modchip, (though it's purported to be one) won't run them at all. Here's a link to the thread that kind of gelled this for me: WWW.WODEJUKEBOX.ORG


    R-N-B, do you know if such a features is in the road map for the WODE?
    Last edited by rdpierce; 12-03-2010 at 03:10 PM. Reason: Found another post

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    Yeah I grock you. Been ages since i heard that term used.

    The WODE is most certainly not a MOD chip and has never been purported to be one mate. Lets just be clear on that. the WODE is simply a optical disc emulator nothing more. It does absolutely nothing to the Wii firmware at all, it changes nothing in how the Wii plays discs. It pretends to be a optical drive for images stored on a hard drive.

    And further mate we do not condone nor particularly like the idea of people downloading pirated software on this forum. Plus the WODE is there for people who do have their original disc and have ripped said disc to a hard drive.

    Moving on.

    Is your WODE even picking up your hard drive? It certainly does not sound like it. Go to the WODE support forum and in the thread usefile files download (its legal) the test ISO that Wiisel made. Put that on your HDD and run it.

    Like I said it sounds like your hard drive is not being picked up. Post your full specifications here include the hard disc type and all the information found on your LCD screen of the WODE.

    Will check back later to see how it goes mate.
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