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    Help with burning SSBB

    I downloaded a backup of SSBB from nTorrents. The torrent file was called:

    Super_Smash_Bros_Brawl_PAL_Wii-WiiERD

    The disc size is 7.84gig. I wanted to know the correct way to burn this onto a dvd-5 using wii scrubber, patches etc. I have seen people do this on forums but am slightly confused as the correct way to do this because I have seen so many methods. If anyone could explain how to do this, or point me in the direction of a guide to do this, I would be most appreciative.


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    Uk Wii, D2C board, 3.1 firmware
    d2pro9, 1.4 firmware

    Thanks in advance,

    grima

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    First you downloaded the wrong file for what you want to do, you need the dvd5 version of brawl and you got the dvd9 version. i woukd recommand the dvd9 version thought coz then it will be full games with all videos. Second you will need firmware 3.2/3.3 for the dvd5 version just bburn it at 1x using -r verbatim or for dvd9 version burn with memorex+R DL at 1x using the layerbreak (cant remember the number) rememberr to use imgburn.

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    Sorry man, I think you misunderstood me. You said that I downloaded the dvd-9 version, when I wanted the dvd-5 version. I downloaded the dvd-9 version because eventually I want to burn the game to dual layer media. Currently, I haven't got any and while I was waiting for some to arrive I was hoping to convert it to dvd-5. I was hoping to use the same method that was applied to the dvd-5 download you are talking about.

    I have seen people apply various patches and wii scrubber to the original to make it fit on one disc if you take out movies etc. I just wanted to know how to correctly do that...

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    why notjust dwonload the dvd5 version then in staed of going theough that much trouble, or wit tilll you get you dual layer dvd

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    Quote Originally Posted by grima View Post
    I downloaded a backup of SSBB from nTorrents. The torrent file was called:

    Super_Smash_Bros_Brawl_PAL_Wii-WiiERD

    The disc size is 7.84gig. I wanted to know the correct way to burn this onto a dvd-5 using wii scrubber, patches etc. I have seen people do this on forums but am slightly confused as the correct way to do this because I have seen so many methods. If anyone could explain how to do this, or point me in the direction of a guide to do this, I would be most appreciative.


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    Uk Wii, D2C board, 3.1 firmware
    d2pro9, 1.4 firmware

    Thanks in advance,

    grima
    Hi Grima,

    I've been looking for a solution to the same problem for the past couple of hours and as of yet I've not been able to get a working copy.

    Firstly, I'd like to say to jebise101 re: your comments. They weren't very helpful as you don't seem to understand why someone would want to make a DVD5 version of a DVD9 game. Obviously there is a need either due to cost of media, limited internet bandwidth (i.e. me), or people simply wanting to make their own backups fit to DVD5 that has warranted a number of NTSC guides dealing with this.

    I'm in a similar situation to grima; I eventually want a DVD9 version when I get my hands on some dual layer media. I wanted to make sure my .iso was ok before I spent money on dual layer media, hence the delay between the download being ready and me having dual layer disks :P. Impatient and lazy as I am, a way to burn to DVD5 (which is pretty much making the DVD5 image jebsie101 suggested to download from an original DVD9 image) sounds very nice.

    I've done a few test so far using some guides on GBAtemp.net, yet all I get are disk read errors from Wii Menu booting and green screens from trying to boot from GCOS. It looks like WiiScrubber isn't the best way to do it though; supposedly the PAL version differs in that the opening sequence spans the two layers of the disk, so WiiScrubber stuffs it up somehow.

    I'll keep trying and I'll post a solution if I happen to get it working.

    Oh and I've got an Aus (PAL) Wii with WiiKey, and whatever the latest firmwares are.. 1.9s or something..

    Thanks.

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    First off, If you download the game go for an ISO, make your life that much easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinknus View Post
    First off, If you download the game go for an ISO, make your life that much easy
    Lol! I didn't realise that you could get games in any other way besides ISO.. It seems the most logical, and most common way.

    I never did get the DVD5 working, I guess I either wasn't lucky with the disks I was using or the settings I used. I did some reading around, and it turns out that the manufacturer of the blank disk can really affect the compatibility in the Wii.

    Thanks.

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    He said it was 7.2gb or something, I was under the impression that he had gotten a version not already compress to an ISO. and to answer the orginal question is get a dual layer dvd

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    Ok.. that doesn't make any sense to me.. Your first sentence about a file not "compress to an ISO" suggests you think all the ISOs out there are 4.37GB. While this is true for most Wii games which are on single-layer disks, it is not true for SSBB which is the first dual/double layer disk game to be released for Wii. I downloaded the same file; it is still an ISO file even though the size is the 7.84GB quoted by grima.

    However, when you say in your second sentence to "get a dual layer dvd" (obviously you didn't read my previous post as to why you would/wouldn't want to do this), you show that you already knew the game would need a larger capacity disk..

    Oh and two other things to grima; firstly don't follow jebise101's advice of burning at 1x, it can make things worse since the disk will probably be designed to be burnt at higher speeds. Secondly, the layer break is at 2084960.

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    I still Cant Burn SSBB

    I've followed this thread,and I have downloaded SSBB ISO tried to burn the 7.84gb ISO using Imgbrn (with the various tweaks on the 'write' settings )at x1 and at x4 on a Memorex +r Dual layer,and then I put it in the wii and it starts fine and then all I get is loading then a white screen then cant read disc etc.
    Any Ideas
    Wii Pal with Wiikey updated to 3.3e

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