1. donkeykongoffical

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    Can i make a PS1 CD With a CD-RW
     
  2. AmandaRose

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    Its a rewritable disc so why not just give it a go.
     
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    Burning an image to an RW disc will make it read-only. Just a protip.
     
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    Since when I have a rewritable disc that i constantly change what wii game is on it with zero issues.
     
  5. BeniBel

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    Most likely it will not work. If you do try, be sure to burn it at a very low speed (2x). Off course, be sure to have a modchip, use swap method or have a boot disc.
     
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  6. djnate27

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    I tried it many years ago, with no success. Maybe it was the brands I was using, but my PS1 didn't like reading my CDRWs.
     
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    That's because you're not actually burning the disc. There's a difference between burning and just plopping data on a rewritable media. I don't think it's even possible to actually burn a Wii image because of the WBFS file system, which vastly differs from the standard ISO-9660/UDF disc image. I could be wrong here, because last time I messed with the Wii was 13 years ago, but from what I can gather the RW disc you're using is more akin to a USB drive, which is the point of an RW disc.
     
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