How do I erase an ISO from a disc?

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  1. DcThePurger
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    A couple days ago I just burned an iso on my disc but now I don't want it anymore, so is there anyway to remove the iso from the disc?
     


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    wtf, you can't erase an iso from a dvd-r or dvd+r, only dvd-rw and dvd+rw. I doubt you're using a rewritable media in a wii, usually consoles don't like those.
     
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    LMAO...(unless you burnt it on DVD-RW, then read on, otherwise GTFO)
    I guess you could just burn something else onto it
     
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    Get some ISO Remover 2000 at walmart.
     
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    Just put it in your burner and run it backwards to un-burn it. [​IMG]
     
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    Scrub the disc real good with some alcohol, it'll take a bit but the ISO should come right off.
     
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    Don't listen to any of these jokers...

    Just buy a new disc and pretend it's the old disc. You have to pretend pretty hard but it's possible. You have to make the disc itself believe.
     
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    Break it in half, the ISO will fall out. Careful it makes a mess.
     
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    my disc is DVD-R [​IMG]
     
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    then glue it back
     
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    what does it have to do whit this forum???
     
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    Pop it in, load imgburn, and then attempt to burn a new ISO. It will ask to erase first, accept and viola. The process takes a while though...

    Alternatively...

    Tools -> Drive -> Erase Disc -> Quick or Full.

    I don't know what Quick is, but Full erases the entire disc and can take up to 30 minutes to complete. [​IMG]
     
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    Why are you using DVD RW??? consoles dont like those dvds, just go buy some DVD-Rs and you are set to go, forget RWs...
     
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    Pop it in the microwave for no longer than 4 to 5 seconds.

    That will do the trick.
     
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    actually nvm it turns out my disc was a DVD-R, so now what am I going to do?

    There's no way I can delete the image file at all?
     
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    We already gave you several solutions. Use another damn disc.
     
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    Seriously, pop that DVD-r in the microwave for 4 seconds!


    seriously. i've done it and it erased the burned data.
     
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    Remember. The wii only really accepts HD-DVD-r. You need to stock up on those. Only then will you truly be able to erase what is on them, even if they are writeonce media like DVD-r. You will also need to buy an HD-DVD burner to burn it. Hope this helps.
     
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    no thanks, I'd rather just keep the DVD-Rs that I have.

    since I can't erase the ISO now, I'm stuck with Animal Crossing City Folk on that disc.
     
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