Burning Super Smash Bros Brawl on a Mac

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by tatumanu, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. tatumanu
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    Hey guys, im trying to burn SSBM (Pal version) dvd9 into a Memorex dvd+r dl disc using a Mac and it didnt work well, the wii could boot it but after doing the save file it displayed a message saying "cant read disc" or sumthing similar. Anyone managed to do it right?

    I normally use LiquidCD to burn my wii discs and this is the 1st time it didnt work well.
    I also have Toast Titanium but i dont want to try again without talking 2 you guys.

    I couldnt find any tutorial about burning this particular game for the mac by the way... so if there is one sorry i didnt see it.

    Cheers
     
  2. trent_fox

    trent_fox GBAtemp Regular

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    Have you tried just plain ol' Disk Utility?
     
  3. JPH

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    Yup.

    Go > Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility

    Pretty straightforward after this.

    Works fine. [​IMG]
     
  4. Venger82

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    I tried with Disk Utility, Liquid CD and one of the Mac 360 burning apps... My Wii failed to read them all.

    I then opened my Wi, cleaned the laser and popped in the first disc I burnt (with Disk Utility) and it worked 100%!

    So yes, Disk Utility all the way!! Just find file and click burn.

    Hope this helps.
     
  5. tatumanu
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    well cheers for all the replys ...
    im pretty sure my Wii have one of thoose faulty drives ... i need to clean the laser ... but im scared to do so cause i havent found a decent tutorial yet.
     
  6. BORTZ

    BORTZ "I'm the captain now"

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    or just use a windows emulator.
    solves most Mac problems without having to deal with PC problems.