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Metroid Prime dre

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by GOW_KING, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. GOW_KING

    GOW_KING Member

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    hey guys, haven't posted on here for a while but a problem has come up
    i have a modified wii with a wiikey ver. 3.0E and have been playing my backed up metroid prime game, have gotten through about half way when i started getting dre's while the game was playing, and now i can only boot to the menu and i get a message along the lines of "the disc cannot be read please read your gamecube manual". i have tried using a GCOS to boot it but id did not help, all my other gc games work fine and are all burned on the same media tdk(TTH02)
    thanks in advance to anyone who can help
     
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    bass_hit Regular member

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    Does this also happen when you play using the origional?
     
  3. GOW_KING

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    No, i have also tried reburning the image.
     
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    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but the first time I loaded up the Metroid3 disc, even though my system is updated to 3.0U, the update screen launched. Apparently there is an update specific for Metroid 3 that you need in order for it to work. It might suck, but you might need to borrow a legit copy from a buddy or rent one (that's assuming yours isn't an original). The only reason yours might have skipped the update is that the brickblocker might have been run on it, removing the update check.

    Let us know what happens.
     
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    bass_hit Regular member

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    Try buringing the image file using CloneCD at the lowest speed on fujifilm DVD-R media (works best for me).
     
  6. GOW_KING

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    uhh mate, this is about metroid prime 1 on gamecube, i have metroid prime 3 and it works fine, but thanks for trying
     
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    Well you didn't say that.
     
  8. GOW_KING

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    well if you read it carefully its pretty obvious i mean metroid prime one, i mention GCOS, the gamecube manual and never actually say metroid prime 3, i would post it in gamecube section but i am trying to play it on wii so i posted it here
     
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    yeah i just burned this game and it was fine on 3.0E, but thats the uk pal version so i cant help on nstc
     

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