how to put psx iso's on dvd-r's?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by DJPlace, Dec 22, 2010.

Dec 22, 2010
  1. DJPlace
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    Member DJPlace P!ssed OFF Pyscho of GBA!!

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    i don't understand the conpect... this is also for wiisx btw.
     
  2. Magsor

    Member Magsor I am watching you

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    The same way you would burn .mp3 .avi. Psx isos are for CDs which are about 700mb each and dvd can hold 4700mb. So you can hold 6 psx isos on 1 DVD.
     
  3. StupidGamer1

    Member StupidGamer1 GBAtemp Regular

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    What I do is put ISO's in a Folder called "ISO" on the root and use burnaware (a free Disc buring tool) and burn it as a UDF (Universal Disc format) Also it helps to have a disc the wii can read such as Verbatim and/or Ritek Ridata discs. Hope this heps. I was able to put up to 12 games depending on their size.
     
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    Member Eighteen GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Eighteen's kinda tipsy right now so forgive is me is wrong but..

    the easiest way i can think of is use IMGBurn.

    -open the program
    -ummm [​IMG] .. click something like, burn from image to disc...
    - then i guess, load the iso and untick the verify option (if it is ticked)
    -select burning speed like umm 4x to be safe and burn it.. [​IMG]

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  5. Clarky

    Member Clarky Don't you know who I think I am?

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    you wouldnt want to burn from image, would be a waste of a dvd-r, follow stupid gamers advice here
     
  6. wowwow

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    you need imgburn
    just make a folder for the isos
    like wiiSX/isos
    then in imgburn click in "write files/folders in disc"
    then click in browse a folder and select the wiisx folder you create
    after that click in options and in file system select iso9660
    then burn it and try it on the wii
     

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