should dvd+r not work on a wiikey modded wii

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  1. modshroom128
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    cause ive tried burning countless dvd+r and none of them work... : (
     
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    What speed did you burn it at, What Burning Program, What ISO. Be Specific x_x
     
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    i only use dvd+r discs with my wiikey and it works fine.
     
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    i use dvd-r and dvd+r for my wii. if the discs aren't working, try another good brand and see if that makes a difference, otherwise the culprit might be your wiikey installation
     
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    ooops,

    i burned it at the lowest possible speed using nero, i tried a couple isos... they get read... u get about 2 minutes of gameplay... and u get a DRE.

    could it be the liteon external burner?

    (im realy just hoping dvd+rs arent good with modded wiis, seeing as how ive heard storys about installers telling their customers not to burn and play with dvd+rs)
     
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    i tried pokemon revolution on 2 brands of dvds, taiyo yuden dvd-r, and verbatim dvd+r...
    both just make the game spin and spin and spin and spin, and never let the wii read it.\\
    wtf
     
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    it's possible that it's your burner, the only way to know would be to try a different burner and see if that yields the same results. If that still produces DREs then it's quite possible that your Wiikey install is suspect. Have you been able to run original games without problem since your install or do you still have a problem?

    Also have you used the wiikey configuration disc to enable your wiikey?
     
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    ok, i ran more tests... all my backup games work but pokemon battle revolution still doesint load (the disk just spins and spins and spins on the wii menu)

    could it be my modchip or just how i burned the disk or something?

    PLZ HELP!
     
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    1. some games run perfectly, some get disk read erros... 1 of my original games had to be put in and taken out twice for it to load (is that realy bad?)

    2. no... i havent... used a wiikey configuration disc... (i havent even burned one) does it make a difference?
     
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    what brand are you using?
    could it be low-quality media?
     
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    im using verbatims and taiyos (not low quality)


    does it matter which computer i use to burn the disk?????? (its all being burned on the same external disk drive tho)
     
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    The drive *shouldn't* matter. Try burning with IMGBurn, Nero is good but I think IMGBurn is better with ISOs.
     

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