dvd brand question...

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Mar 11, 2007

dvd brand question... by modshroom128 at 1:06 PM (1,142 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. modshroom128
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    Member modshroom128 GBAtemp Maniac

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    i purchased this from meritline:

    http://www.meritline.com/taiyo-yuden-8x-dv...-printable.html

    to burn backups for my wii...
    but as a test, i tried burning 2 xbox isos at 4x speed.... and when i boot it up in my xbox a white screen pops up saying disk read error.

    then i burned a movie and it worked...



    but are these bad dvds that cant burn gaming isos? or could it be my xbox/the Iso file.





    i will seriously will be pissed off if its the dvds, because i bought them just for my wii backups...
     
  2. xeorix

    Newcomer xeorix Member

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    It may be you dvd's that is the problem.

    I had the same problem with cheap dvd's myself, then i went and bought TDK-dvd's for 2.5$ a piece (!) Ant they work without any problem.
     
  3. adgloride

    Member adgloride Its A Wii Wario

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    With the price the DVDs will probably be really cheap. You maybe better looking on GBATemp to see what brands people recommend.
     
  4. sekhu

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    i have taiyo yudens, depending on the dye used depends on their quality, but taiyo yudens are known for being some of the best media, don't know about the value variety, but if they say value that must mean cheap
     
  5. modshroom128
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    well the movies work... and i heard Taiyo Yuden was top knotch professional quality...
     
  6. h3xx3r

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    I've used both Sony & Datawrite mach4 and both work fine I mainly write at 4X but have written at 8X with no problems.
     
  7. modshroom128
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    could it be my dvd burner????
     
  8. ssj4android

    Member ssj4android GBAtemp Regular

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    Anyone know how well Staples brand DVDs work? I believe the prerecorded information said they were fuji-film or something like that. They did work in my Xbox, but I couldn't copy back some files.
    Edit: "Manufacturer ID: FUJIFILM03". I also have a couple "Spin-X" brand DVD-Rs left.
     
  9. tbkonwso

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    i burned about 30 xbox 360 games with with verbatim dl +r disk, and 20 or so wii games with the verbatim dvd+r disc everyone of them worked.

    buy good media...they last a lot longer.

    here is a link you can buy from buy.com and use the $10 off google check out to make it 25.99 shipped for 100.

    http://www.buy.com/retail/product.asp?sku=...7662&adid=17662
     
  10. Soybomb

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    What works for us and our burners might not work for you. I'd suggest you use nero's cd-dvd speed program, go to the disc quality tab and do a scan at somewhere around 4x. If you google a little you'll find out to interpert the results. In general you'll be suspect if you see a high number of PI Failures and/or a quality score less than at least 70 something.

    In general TY are usually excellent media, but maybe TY and your burner at the speed you're burning at just aren't getting along. If the disc has alot of errors it might work find in some devices but not all.
     

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