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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by kalusus, Jun 14, 2007.

  1. kalusus

    kalusus Member

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    ok, i have a wiikey and i installed it. i can play back ups well but the problem is that my wii has to be turned off when i insert the backup in order to play correctly. if by some chance i want to just swap to another game, it will not read it. i have to then turn it off and power it back on. it will then read it because i had started the console up with the back up inside. is this normal?
    T-I-A
     
  2. rrburkha

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    are you sure it's not a clone? this sounds like a problem that i used to have with the chiip firmware
     
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    Man, im not sure. i got it from consolesource.com arent they legit?
     
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    does anyone else know my problem?
     
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    What program do you burn with?

    What media do you use?
     
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    What program do you burn with?

    What media do you use?
     
  7. kalusus

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    i use TDK media and clonedvd to burn.
     
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    You may have better luck with high quality DVD-R media, burnt at 4x, with a program called Imgburn. All sorts of weird issues have appeared largely due to bad/low quality media. Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim are often mentioned, personally I use Sony Accucore discs and had never had problems since. Also make sure it is DVD-R not DVD+R or RW
     
  9. kalusus

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    Do you think it will stress the laser if i keep using tdks? i just dont want to reburn all of those wii games again so i can keep playing these in the future. i just placed an order for virbatims, they seem to work really well for my xbox360.
     
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    DVD+R work fine. Just don't get RW.
     
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    TDK is great media that guy well doesnt know shit... but +r's will not work for my wii i have tried 3 different brands including verbat... but it really seems to depend on your wii

    I have had no problems with hp 16x -r, verbat 16 -r, or tdk -r ... tdk seems to work the best lol no they all work perfect

    its prob your chip like someone above said... clones are just a bit more crappy thats all... i had one and it really sucked... check for pics of clones and legit and see if you have a clone also use -r NOT +R

    also i have read clonedvd is a great burner program to use ... though imgburn is free and i really like it. But i use nero too with no problems
     

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