Need Some Help With Burning

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Armyman81, Nov 12, 2010.

Nov 12, 2010
  1. Armyman81
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    OK, I have been reading through all the pages I can to see what I am doing wrong with burning a game or several. I have 3 games on my computer right now that I am trying to burn onto Maxell DVD-R's as DVD-ROM as the other topics have said to do. I am burning at 4x, 8x, and 16x. I have three copies of each game at the different speeds. I tried doing what another site suggested of backup-creator making them IOS249 compatible and then burning them, still as DVD-ROM. Well, that didnt work because it errored out saying it could not retrieve .ISO information. This happened on all three games. This is a 4.3U Wii modded of course and I have just about any backup launcher program I can find (Wii SoftChip r101 -get IoctL error (DI_ReadID), Neogamma Channel R8, IOS349 Rev 17 - get DVD Read Error 1167, WiiGator .3 -get garbled message like two messages over each other but it doesnt load either, Wiigator .1 - same error as WiiGator .3). I have DVDX on there as well. Is there something I am missing? With the serial number, it is a GC2-D3-2 drive. Not sure if that helps or not.
     
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    Er, you do know that D3-2 drives will not read burned discs at all, right?
     
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    No, I didn't know that. Well, dang, guess that shoots my Wii hacking days down the drain.
     
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    Most people use external harddrives nowadays. Cheaper, too.
     

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