How to get backup GC Games to work?

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    Hi all,

    I've tried to get GC backups to work on my softmodded Wii but no matter what I try I just can't seem to get them to work.

    Does anyone have this working properly? And if so what are u using?
     
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    1) Is your wii one of the newer ones which cant read recorded discs?
    2) Are you using multi-GC to get more than one game on a disc?

    If any of these two options apply then this will be a problem although the latter is more easily solved (just burn the single game onto a disc, the multi game gave me issues).
     
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    I'm not doing #2 and my Wii is an older version that I hunted for so I could make sure it could be softmodded.
     
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    Have you made sure you softmodded properly with the softmod for GC backups?
     
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    Im pretty sure I did, but just for info sake where can I find the best, most foolproof way?
     
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    did you installed the wiigator or waninkoko's mios on your wii?

    Really?
     
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    I heard elsewhere on this forum that newer ones arent capable of reading recordable discs (at least not as easily as older ones).
     

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