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  1. JinTrigger
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    Ok so I got a chance to burn three Wii games....SSBB single layer version, Animal Crossing, and Super Mario Galaxy...So I gets home to play'em and the 1st game I try out is Super Mario Galaxy.....It tells me there is a disc read error...so I restart and try SSBB and it works like a charm...Then I try Animal Crossing and get the same message as Super Mario Galaxy. Now I was on 4.0U firmware but I downgraded to 3.2U and I was able to load with rebooter options....but on Super Mario Galaxy and Animal Crossing I get the same error. Now all three games were burned on the same type disc (Maxwell DVD-R) at the same speed (2.4x)......I can't imagine it being a bad burn if the alter SSBB works...Can someone point out what may be wrong here
     


  2. MadBob

    MadBob Nostalgia ain't what it used to be!

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    most likely crap discs
     
  3. JinTrigger
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    how can that be....SSBB works perfectly

    EDIT-I don't think I install the right ciso or whatever but to make sure I tried to install them again i get a -2011 error
     
  4. afif95

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    what disc brand are you using??
     
  5. Devvar

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    He/she is using Maxwell DVD-R if you read the post properly.
     
  6. JinTrigger
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    Maxwell DVD-R...and I fix the whole Cios thing....but all my DVDs except SSBB wont work...I mean it recognizes it as the game thats burned on the DVD but thats about it
     
  7. afif95

    afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    Bad burner i think
     
  8. koji2009

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    possibly a combination of things... maxwell doesn't make the best DVD-Rs so I'd think that's a likely culprit right there.
     
  9. innercy

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    try burn another copy... or use different image.
     
  10. manias

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    try to burn at 4x.. 2.5x CAN screw it up. But most likely it's the combo of the brand and your burner.. verbatim r great, but I always used TDK dvd-r burnt at 4x worked fine too.And use IMGBURN to burn, no other tools [​IMG]
     
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    why burn it so slow? i burn everything at the maximum speed my writer is capable of and it works all of the time.
    anyway, despite ssbb working - it still sounds like crappy media. get something like sony.
     
  12. JinTrigger
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    Ok to answers everyone post at once....
    1st of all I'm a dude

    2nd I can't imagine it being the DVD-Rs...They work well for my PS2

    3rd I'll think I'll try another burn for Super Mario Galaxy and see how well
    thats goes because I only have a few disc left and no money to buy any more

    4th of all before i did the burn I made a thread asking about what speed to burn at and everyone
    said as slow as possibly usually 2.4x. So if it was the speed...What the hell I'm I suppose to burn them
    at casue some of ya'll are saying fast
     
  13. JinTrigger
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    bump
     
  14. Stang

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    As a rule of thumb you should burn your disc's at half their rated speed. 2.x is extremely slow, unless your computer was made in the 90s you have no reason to burn a -r at that speed (you can make a case for dvd9 at that speed though). If you are unsure about the quality of your burns, download "dvd info pro" and run it through the gambit. I would be unhappy with anything that results in a score of less than 95%.
     
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  16. JinTrigger
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    Ok thank you.....That is a good answer cause you tell me why but one more question...How do I know the rated speed and if you can tell me the two games I got are animal crossing and super mario galaxy

    EDIT-Thank you too David
     
  17. david432111

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    Look at the dvd it should say "16x" or "8x", burn at half that speed.
     
  18. JinTrigger
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    oh so it depends on the dvd your using for the rated speed....on the front it says up to 16x so I should burn at 8x right
     
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    I use Maxell DVD-R. I have had mixed results with 4X burning (Including read errors) but never had a problem burning at 8,12,16X speeds.
     
  20. JinTrigger
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    Alright I'll try 8x and report back here when I test it