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Bad Burn or Bad Install?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by mv10, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. mv10

    mv10 Member

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    I got my wiikey installed by a professional. I got it back and it reads my original game. It reads the configuration disk. It does not however read my copies. Im like 29/30 on my PS2 yet 0-3 on my Nintendo Wii..

    Is it possible something went wrong or the install or if it reads the configuration disk, its my bad burns?
     
  2. NDarkness

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    Yep it's with your burns.

    What brand of DVDs are you using and what program are you using to burn?
     
  3. TheV

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    i dont know about the wiikey but what i know from cyclowiz is this

    when i bought my Wizz i used about 10 dvd+r becaus non of them played so i was really getting pissed so i checked on the internet googled and i found out that i have to use DVD-R after reading this i used one and geuss what..... it worked
    try that maby that will help
     
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    srry for double posting
     
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  5. mv10

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    Verbatim DVD-R burning at 2X
     
  6. bluebate

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    It may be the Verbatim dvds. They seem to give me problems even though they are highly reputable.
     
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    I have to agree, DVD-R seems to work better on Wii. My only work on Verbatim DVD-R, while my nephews Wii seems to load any copied DVD that I throw at.
     
  8. mv10

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    Well since my Verbatim arent working, ill try out my other media (Memorex, HP) and see how those work. If not, ill try another burning program (im using Nero since Ive never had a problem with my ps2).
    Any suggestions other than DVD Decrypter and Nero?
     
  9. Dez123

    Dez123 Guest

    Have you tried any other brands? Isn't there a list somewhere with tips on compatible brands with the Wii?
     

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