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Zelda - Need Help Reading disks on Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by tickno, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. tickno

    tickno Member

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    Hi I have just burnt a copy of zelda twilight princess for wii. The game works fine sometimes but when i enter a new map it says cannot be read. I have to eject disk without turning it console off and reinsert it. it starts working again, but this is a pain, so i was wondering is there a reason for this? The disks a use are TDK DVD+R and i burn at 8x

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  2. yikhai

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    If you have the ISO, try burning it at a different write speed. I had a problem with Zelda as well where I burnt it at 2x write speed and it would lock up on load. I then burnt it again at 4x write speed and I haven't had a problem with it since.
     
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    ive tried that.... didnt work ..... try again
     
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    Use better quality media than TDK.
     
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    Hi fitted wiikey about 3 weeks ago and zelda was the first game i backed up using IMGBURN at X2 onto datawrite titaniums. Since then all my games load first time every time so i would say try using a different disk or using IMGBURN thats if u didn't first time
     
  6. tickno

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    TDK are good arent they... If not then whats better, but not like heaps more expensive... I would prefer not to spend over $35 - $40 for a 50 pack...
     

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