Is it my DVD burner or is it my Wii ?

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by donchen, Apr 11, 2008.

Apr 11, 2008
  1. donchen
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    Member donchen GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi guys,

    I have a few games that always give me "Could not read disc, please refer to your Wii manual" problem.

    But sometimes the game works just fine. But sometimes it will just show this error. This means that it is definitely a bad burn.

    It could be my Wii laser or my media or my DVD burner.

    Media that i am using is Verbatim DVD-R. Verbatim is one of the better DVDs out there so it should be the media right ?

    Wii laser, I have no idea how to check if it is my Wii's Laser that is dirty or what so ever. Do you guys use the special disc with a small brush can to clean the laser ?

    DVD Burner. My DVD Burner is TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H625L.

    The program i use to burn is ImgBurn.
     
  2. noisound

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    yes verbatim is one of the better DVDs but there's a catch, it has to be made in.. singapore or taiwan, i forgot which ;x im open for corrections [​IMG]

    if its made in india thats definitely bad. even though the brand is good, quality varies from where the DVDs were made in
     
  3. donchen
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    Member donchen GBAtemp Regular

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    i can't see from the box which country is it made of...

    Any idea how ?
     
  4. finite

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    Find out the dye type put a blank or written disc in load up imgburn and check

    Pre-recorded Information:
    Manufacturer ID:

    Also what speed are you burning at?
     
  5. Shuny

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    Use DVDInfoPro to check PIE/PIO errors on your Media.
     

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