Wii game burning issue

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  1. D3ATH2020
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    Okay I've read several tutorials on what to do about burning a Wii game and how to set your system up. I've tried everything these tutorials have said and I always end up with a error. I have Sony DVD+R 4.7GB 16X, no matter if I change the book type, the speed, or whatever I still run across a error. What the frick could be the problem. I've tried 4X, 2X, 1X, Max, DVD-ROM (media)- iMGBurn. No matter what I get a error.
     
  2. angelboy777

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    What Wii do you have? Is it from 2006 (white one) or later (black and red ones)
     
  3. Sicklyboy

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    What kind of error? Where? On the Wii or your computer? From Windows or IMGburn? Have you tried other ISOs?

    Furthermore, why not just USB load?
     
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    They still made white Wii's that couldn't read burned discs, but you are right about the Wii's that weren't white not reading burned discs. 2006 has nothing to do with it, my red Wii says 2006 on it. sysCheck HD should tell if his Wii can read a burned disc.
     
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    It's a 2007 white Wii and Neogama says bad burn +R but I've tried changing the book type to -R and I still get the same issue.
     
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    I always burn a dvd disc at 4x speed, and don't multi task while burning the disc. After burning lots of movie discs back in the day I kind of learned what works and what dont work. Cheap dvd media might take more than one disc sometimes, and the dvd burner you're using might also be a problem, if you have another dvd burner you might want to try that.
     
  7. elmoemo

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    Is USB an option? Will save these errors. +r discs are recommended for Wii gamss
     
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    -R is actually what is recommended, i've never had a problem with using imgburn a -R disc and neogamma
     
  9. D3ATH2020
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    I'd use USB but I can't afford a External HDD right now