Very bad experience in playing backed up games.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by alimoose, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. alimoose
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    alimoose Newbie

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    So recently I got everything installed into my wii, ie homebrew, wiigater, wad manager, etc etc. but after my first few games I burned, ie obscure the aftermath, call of duty waw. all the games after it appear to not even want to work. My original games that I bought still work, but all the "backups" that ive downloaded appear to not even load. It would just sit there in a black screen and sometimes load but freeze up and return to the unable to read disc screen [​IMG] . I tried burning the games on max speed, 2x speed, and no luck lol.

    I know dvds and dvd burners make a difference in some games, but gahhhh this is making me frustrated not being able to play the games I wanna play.
     
  2. MetaKnightmareX

    MetaKnightmareX Member

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    What DVDs are you using?
     
  3. wingzrow

    wingzrow GBAtemp Regular

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    I personally use Verbatim DVD-R discs and always bun on max speed. I've never had any problems.
     
  4. MetaKnightmareX

    MetaKnightmareX Member

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    Verbatims are on sale at Best Buy 50 pack for 15.99.
    Do NOT use Dynex, they are probably the worst you can use for disks.
     
  5. air2004

    air2004 Air

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    did you install the proper cios ? gamma works for all them games .....some games will still need to be decrypted though
     
  6. hankchill

    hankchill I Pwn n00bs.

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    Let me correct:

    DVD's and burners make a difference in ALL games.

    If you use a crap quality disc, you'll get a crap burn.

    If you use a crap burner but good disc, you'll still get a crap burn.

    You need to use a good quality disc and good quality burner.

    I use Taiyo Yuden TYG02 DVD-R 8x discs on a Pioneer DVR-216D and have never had a failed burn.