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Wii ISO with Lite-On DVD burning problems

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by mackdack, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. mackdack

    mackdack Member

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    I am currently using the lite-on dvd burner. I updated it using flash. I have made several copies of games with good downloads and yet they all can't be read by my Wii.

    I am using WiiKey that is NTSC-USA compatible. My downloads are also the same.

    I burn at 2X using IMGBurn. My dvd burner is rather old, however should that be a problem? Has anyone else burned Wii games on a lite-on and had this problem?

    I know they are not the best burners, but I mean come on! lol.

    Please let me know what you think!
     
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    what type of discs are you using? (DVD-R, DVD+R etc)
    What make are the disc?
     
  3. mackdack

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    they are dvd +r and they are verbatims

    I was using Maxell but read that they are garbage for Wiis
     
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    Did you tried putting in the Wiikey setup disc?
     
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    No. But the thing is that my friend burnt games off for me on his new computer system and put in my chip for me and THOSE games work fine. It is only when I burn them off. My procedure of burning is EXACTLY what you guys are doing, I just think it may be my burner. Perhaps it is not meant for highly detailed games or it may just be old. My model is around 3-4 years old.
     
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    Some of the games still work though...does this make sense? Should i run the disc anyway?
     
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    I just burnt a setup disc and it didnt load, yet the games my friend made for me load. So it is setup, I still have no idea why the heck it just wont read the games that I make for it. BAH! It is so frustrating!
     
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    bump...sorry but I need some ideas guys.
     
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    Just let your friend burn the games lol.
     
  10. mackdack

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    ya well he tends to charge, that's what really sucks about the whole deal. He IS my friend though...it's an odd relationship.

    Any other ideas?
     

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