How can I burn a DVD-R as a DVD-ROM for my wii?

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  1. games2007
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    Hi. I'm trying to burn Super Paper Mario onto my DVD-R as a DVD-ROM so I can play it in my wii. I have the ISO and everything already.
    When I use imgBurn, it tells me that the Book Type is DVD-R. Is there a program I can use where I can either just burn DVD-ROMs, or press a button to burn a DVD-ROM, without doing any Book Type Settings. Whenever I try to change them, either the settings aren't there, or the Book Type stays DVD-R. I've tryed Nero, DVD Decrypter, and imgBurn. Also, if I get DVD-Rs, do I have to change ANY BOOK SETTINGS AT ALL?
    I hope someone can help. =/
     
  2. jacklaidlaw

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    i dont do nothing i just burn using imgburn
     
  3. bigianp

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    Dont have to change -r just burn. Only +r need to change booktype
     
  4. WiiPower

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    Lol, finally somebody who wants to change the booktype before burning on media which doesn't require or even support it...

    You are right: bitsetting is important when you want to load burned discs in a Wii as data, video or backup discs, but bitsetting is only required for DVD+R media. And for DVD-Rs you can't set the booktype, only for DVD+Rs.
     
  5. mcj

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    You question has been answered in the other topic you had started that deals with basically the same thing.

    And since I don't know which you are reading I'll repeat myself: First search, then read

    Get DVD-R's, use Imageburn.
     

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