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    Question Any ISO's that will ACTUALLY WORK? (OS X)

    Ok, here's whats going on.

    I have a Drive Key I received and successfully installed in my 3.4U wii yesterday.

    I have a Mac (which I'm realizing is another obstacle)

    I'm downloading PAL file because
    1) They're practically the only thing out there
    2) The drive key is supposedly region-free

    I use Transmission and then use stuffit expander (downloading a torrent now and planning on using unrarx to see if it makes a difference)

    I use Liquid CD with DVD-R's (not DVD+R's) and have tried the program "Burn" aswell

    Any time I mount the files it tells me there are none and every time I insert the game it gives me the black "check the user manual" screen on the wii. and now when I try to access the config menu it gives me the same "eject the disc, blah blah blah"

    I thought that I had all my homework done but I seem to get more lost by the minute.

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    PC baby wooooooo

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    Does the PC really make the difference? My brother has PC aswell, I just dont like downloading torrents onto it

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    Pc wouldn't make a difference. I do all my ripping and burning on a mac. Just get the ntsc torrents and download your "backups", THEN burn them. Maybe your stuff isn't region free.

    And if it did make a difference, then just run Windows through bootcamp on your Mac.

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    you are burning the .iso as an image file right?

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    yeah, i got it to work, I needed to upgrade to 4.0

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    I've got Macs and I've got PCs on every recent operating system. I've tried both and found that the easiest for dumping and burning is Windows 7 with Internet Explorer for dumping. Then ImgBurn for burning the DVD. I use Memorex DVD-R (I was using + but have switched.).

    Do you have an Intel based Mac or a PowerPC? If you have an Intel based Mac you can use Bootcamp to load multiple operating systems. My MacBook can boot in OS-X, Vista or XP. Giving you the best of both worlds (As Hannah Montana would say.).


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    as bell suggested that is the best way to do things, i would use verbatim dvd-r made in japan/singapore or taiwan though, burn 4x speed
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    I've read about how much everyone like Verbatim disks and I'd probably go with them, but I really, really love my Light Scribe drive. I've never seen Verbatim disks capable of being Light Scribed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bell30655 View Post
    I've read about how much everyone like Verbatim disks and I'd probably go with them, but I really, really love my Light Scribe drive. I've never seen Verbatim disks capable of being Light Scribed.
    The only light scribe that I've never seen are the TY's, look here for verbatim light scribe.

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