Besting burning program for wii isos?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by idunnoilikends, Nov 17, 2008.

Nov 17, 2008
  1. idunnoilikends
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    ImgBurn, IMO.
     
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    ImgBurn is the best.
     
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    I use ImgBurn for now.
     
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    What are the settings for wii isos?
     
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    Just open up IMGBurn, choose a burn speed (it's best to use the MAX speed on the disc), and burn the ISO. No need to delve deep into the settings.
     
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    +1 for ImgBurn. Dont have to play with any settings just install and burn iso (Except sometimes SSBB Dvd9)
     
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    i use imgbrun & nero
     
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    dont i have to change the boottype to dvd-rom or whatever
     
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    I have never had to. I think Imgburn does that automatically if I recall correctly.
     
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    You're supposed to just use the max speed? All that stuff from a few weeks ago about burning at 2x has been invalidated then?
     
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    okay cool
    I'm jumping into this lol Bought a legal copy of animal crossing and I noticed it had the new update on it
    So i backed it up and brick blocked it and now I'm attempting to burn it [​IMG]


    dvd-r's
    imgburn
    GO!
     
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    People will argue that question until the end of time. I have never used anything but max or AUTO on imgburn and have never made a coaster.

    (Until i fought with SSBB Dvd9 hehe)
     
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    i have 16x disk and im burning it at16x now


    First attempt
    Animal Crossing:D
     
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    imgburn

    i use sony dvd-r accucore at 6x speed and they work perfect b ut when i burn at 8x what is the maximum) it crashes so try auto
     
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    Imgburn. The slower write speed might still be beneficial for lower quality media. Really, burning at 2x or 4x takes hardly any time anyway. Test a higher speed with your current media, if you have problems, try burning it slower.
     
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    Also, the ONLY media that requires manual changing of the booktype is DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW, all of which should be avoided anyway in light of DVD-R's which are dirt cheap now.
     
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    as long as you use DVD-r for better compatibility and I don't know who said speed doesn't matter cause it does and the Ideal speed for burning video games backups is x4 for Wii Vs x2.4 for XboX360 so speed does matter indeed and best media type by far is Verbatim , not even an issue what so ever , good luck
     
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    i use imgburn all the time and verbatim 16x but i burn them at like 4x.
     
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    Taiyo Yuden would like to have a word with you.

    Verbatim is #2
     

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