unsuccessful burning

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May 19, 2007

unsuccessful burning by scottbigs at 1:11 PM (819 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. scottbigs
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    Newcomer scottbigs Newbie

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    hi ive been unsucessful burning isos with imgburn

    ive used an old optorite @ x2/x1 with dvdr + and -

    and a newish matshita x16

    tried wiigion and regionfrii

    am i missing something

    nice1 [​IMG]
     
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    any1

    please
     
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    What chip? Other than trying a different media, a different computer and verifying your connections, not much you can do. There really needs to be a burning faq, this question comes up enough times.
     
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    Have you made sure that the ISO has been descrambled first. Alot of ISOs are scrambed and you will need a program to descramble them first. This is probably not your problem though, I would suggest maybe checking the chip install as well to make sure that all of the connections are perfect. Take a closer look at them using a small flashlight and a magnifyer of some kind. Also, get yourself a can of compressed air and blow off the inside of your wii and the solder area. Alot of times there can be some bridged connections from stray solder. Good Luck!
     
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    thanks fellas, its a wiifree chip, the guy that installed it put a disk in and it worked fine

    what scramblin software is out there?

    does it matter dvd+/-? and what speed its burned

    nice1
     
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    if its .iso its probally unscrambled
    Make sure you use dvd-r from a good brand like verbatim or arita
     
  7. xBagel

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    This is exactly what happens with mine.. I'd like to know how to solve this too =/
     

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