Super Smash Bros. Brawl (DVD5, PAL) refuses to work

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  1. Drag0nflamez
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    When I try to play Super Smash Bros Brawl (DVD5 & PAL version), with WiiGators 0.3 Gamma, and a backup loader without a version or coder (could be Waninkoko's?), the game loads and the game-id is found, but when launching the actual game, the screen stays black for a while and then a white screen appears with the following text:
    The game disc could not be read. Read the Wii Manual for more information.

    I burnt the disc on 1x, verified and tried burning again...

    What is the problem?

    The dvd: TDK DVD+R (booktype set to DVD-ROM)

    also, the game worked one time
     
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    Crap single layer rip. Why can people use a dual layer disk? Its only 1 game!!
     
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    Because I don't know where they sell dual-layer discs...
    I can do more with an more useful answer...

    The game also worked one time.
     
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    "Worked one time" + "burned at 1x" = bad burn. If your burner was made in this millenium, burn at half max speed of the burner.
     
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    How many speed is recommended with the Wii?
     
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    It's not Wii specific. The best result is for 98% of burner/media combinations is somewhere between 4x and max speed, so half max speed is the 1st you should try.
     
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    Is it also burner specific?
    Since my brothers TSSTCORP drive (Samsung/Toshiba maybe) created a working New Play Control: Mario Power Tennis & Wii Music disc...
     
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    The quality of the disc is of course determined by the burner, the media and the used speed.
     
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    Ok...
    I also have sometimes the wrist strap warning screen, loading.... and then i get the error.

    I will try it at 8x, since HP says I have a drive to burn DVD(+/-)R at 16x speed. (however HP can't be trusted :'))

    (my drive is a HL-DT-ST (LG/HP) GSA-H20L)
     
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    I tried at 4x, since my uncle always does that, and it worked! (however I get rare disc read errors)
     

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