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Games Fail To Boot 90% Of The Time :-(

Discussion in 'Nintendo Gamecube - General discussion' started by twobells, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. twobells

    twobells Member

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    Hey All

    I was so pleased to discover the AR+SDADAPTOR+GCOS solution and tried it with both Res Evil 4 and Metroid Prime 2, which worked perfectly.
    However, since then none of the other images seem to boot.

    The GCOS_PSO.dol method should bring up the games ID, if it does that usually the disk will boot, however increasingly the game ID's just don't seem to display after swapping out the disks.

    Anyone have any idea where I am going wrong?

    Thanks in advance


    TB
     
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    I am going to try and use this tutorial to unpack and recreate the iso, the problem is I can't find the GC-ISO CREATOR.

    Can ne1 help me out?

    thanks in advance

    TB

    http://www.maxconsole.net/?mode=content&itemid=144


    ignore, sorted, found the app, but still have problems.
     
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    Efal07 is better than GCOS, myself, i got 2 before non-working games to work with efal, when i changed from GCOS1.4 to efal07.

    increasing game's ID?? how that could help?
     
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    "increasing game's ID?? how that could help?"


    no, no I said 'increasingly' the game ID will not display.
    If the game Id doesn't display when u swap out the disk, it means complete failure.

    TB
     

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