Wiikey 1.9g ISO reading as CD Image?

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Nov 1, 2007
  1. pnut
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    Member pnut GBAtemp Regular

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    Hello,

    I tried burning the USA ISO using IMGBurn but it's reading the ISO as a CDROM Image as opposed to a DVD Image. Do I just go ahead and burn anyways? I have read that people have had errors with this method so I would like to know what settings and programs people used to successfully flash thier Wiikey.

    Thanks!
     
  2. aligborat69

    Member aligborat69 GBAtemp Fan

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    I dont think it reads it as a cd rom, i think whoever created it left the label/name of the iso as CDROM. Which means nothing. Just burn it to a DVD+R
     
  3. bihdamir

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    yea make sure you change it and burn it as/on a DVD, the reason it wants to do it as a CD is because the iso is so small
     
  4. kgb420

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    just burn it with img burn and it will work fine... just updated mine!
     
  5. din75

    Newcomer din75 Member

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    how can i get the 1.9g firmware iso file to burn the full size. when i burn it only comes up as abt 41mb & doesnt get read by the wii.
    I have tried imgburn & cdclone to burn the iso bu7t not good.
    I have read that its not burning the pad files. how can i get it to do that so that it burns the whole image?
     
  6. manias

    Member manias GBAtemp Maniac

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    no no ur confused. It doesn't run the iso because you need GCOS to run any homebrew stuff. It has nothing to do with the file size! You won a wii not a gamecube.
     

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