It seems that a lot of people lately are having problems burning the iso of the Official Wiikey resources. For a wii to read a disk, it must be about 1.3gb in size (approx a GC disk) because otherwise the life span of the laser on the DVD drive of your wii will be lowered. however downlaoding 1.5gb off a server can be very tiem consuming and expensive. So the way about it is to use filechop, it increases the file size from abotu 30mb to 1.5Gb by filling the rest with garbage data that cannot be read, however the Wii will read it as it will have about 1.3gb of data on it So here we go with a short filechop tutorial followed by a GCOS one: 1) Create a folder 2) place the iso you want to burn in that folder (The iso vcan be the 1.9g update file, or the 1.9b recover image, etc.) 3) place filechop.exe in the folder (the filechop.exe file is in the official config.1.3.rar) 3) create a txt file with whatever name you wnat in the folder. The txt file must contain the following text: filechop.exe imagename 1459978240 Change imagename to the name of the file you are filechopping, for instance bootdisc.us.iso 4) Save the txt file 5) Change the extension of the txt file from txt to bat 6) Double-click the bat file and there you go 7) Burn the image ------------------------------------ If you need to make a GCOS disk of the file you just filechopped, then use WiiUI. 1) Under GCOS Disc Maker select the correct REGION for your system 2) If you are making a GCOS disc for 1 file, then leave the NUMBER OF GAMES set to 1 3) Click on CREAT DISC 4) give a name to the GCOS image you are creating and click SAVE 5) Select the image you are making a GCOS of [remeber to select the type for ISO or GCM. Click OPEN and let the GCOS maker run Once the DOS window closes you will have a GCOS image (with the name you selected at bullet 4) ready to burn 6) Burn the image at 4x and you're good to go.