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Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow???

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by wiiterd, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. wiiterd

    wiiterd Member

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    When I backup my Wii games, it works. When I try and backup gamecube games, I get this error "Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow". Can someone please help me get past this????

    - I changed my primary and secondary drive from IDE to PIO
    - Im using the lg 8164B DVD drive (works)
     
  2. Blackshep

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    You can't had exact problem with zelda you can't get past unless you reseal the whole damn thing with game dr. (but don't buy it)
     
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    I have spent the night backing up Game Cube games and have done several without problem.

    However, I have run into the "Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow" problem when trying to dump Mario Sunshine.

    I am using Windows Vista so when I try to install any .net files, which I have heard may fix the problem, I am told that my operating system already has these files and do not need to install the newly downloaded ones.
     
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    Its not You its the disc the disc is scratched!!!! It will not work unless you super reseal it.
     
  5. wiiterd

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    disk scratches will cause this error????

    I rented Mario Super Strikers Soccer for Gamecube and the disk did have minor scratches
     
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    I know I just had one little scratched and now I can't back it up.
     
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    Well considering that I keep getting the error when I try to backup GameCube games with my LG drive yet my Wii can play the originals perfectly fine I have decided to get a Gecko SD adapter to use the Wii drive to dump the disks rather then the LG drive as one assumes it can read them where the other can not.
     
  8. dragontd

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    will any scratch cuz this error?

    this suck., cuz when you rent games.. there is always some kind of scratches
     

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