Last Resort for SSBB?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by Rice923, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. Rice923
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    If I burned a copy of SSBB at 2.4x with/without layer break with Imgburn and it doesn;t work, what else can i do to make it work? I have it working on a Wiikey system, but not a d2pro system.
     
  2. ShiningSaber

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    the last resort of pirating - buy the damn game.
     
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    Agreed with Shining Saber.
    Plus games are more fun when you don't pirate and you don't have to worry about police.
     
  4. Rice923
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    I understand that I can simply buy the game and have it working, but the satisfaction of solving an everlasting problem is much more rewarding. What I can't get over is the fact that I have it working on one system but not another.

    edit: and the game isn't for me because mine works already.
     
  5. BiscuitCookie

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    try a different write speed (work your way up 4x, 6x, 8x, 16x)
     
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    Toronto, Canader!
    GTFO
     
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    don't pay
     
  8. Rice923
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    Would it be more beneficial to go up in write speed? I forgot what speed I wrote my successful copy with. I've also read around that people had successs at 1x or 2x and even 4x. This is making it all too confusing and I'm running low on DL DVD's to go and test all the speeds.
     
  9. ShiningSaber

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    Slower write speeds tend to have less of a failure rate.
     
  10. Pimpmynintendo

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    i agree just take it and run lawl