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    IMGburn in a pact with the devil

    I've tried several things to correct my disc error problem. I have the correct drive in my wii. Almost every IOS/cIOS out. I used Mauis any wii softmod tutorial. I've burned with several mediums. The best I can do right now is Sony DVD-R. I haven't figured out how to select which IOS to use per game with a disc loader, so I'm using backuploader/neogamma mod with an older game. Mario Kart Wii to be exact. Still though no matter what error 1167.

    My final conclusion is that the problem is IMGburn always does a write speed miscompare. I have the newest version. I also have both external and internal dvd burners. It doesn't matter what media or drive I use it's still telling my my minimum speed is 4x. It doesn't matter if I change the device/disc settings to 1x only. My drives/discs are all capable of 1-16x.

    My actual question being what other ISO burning programs are you guys using. I have acess to just about anything. Nero, Alcohol, etc. So what program is the next best?
    Last edited by Derrtyjake; 07-01-2011 at 08:07 AM.
    sorry if I ramble

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    So you know that your drive will read backup discs?
    How old is your wii?


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    Any reason why usb loading is out of the question? It works better and is much more reliable than burned discs any day; even under perfect conditions.

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    My wii(white) came with 3.8 or 3.9 firmware I believe. Maybe even lower. It's about a couple years old so I figure the drive is correct. I could check the serial at any point, but I'm pretty sure.

    USB loading is out of the question because I don't have $98 for a 500 gig seagate. Or even $50 for the 325 gig. They had a 1TB one at KMart on clearance for $65 but someone put it in layaway before I could get paid. It's seems stupid for me to get an external HDD just because it's easier when I have 50+ blank Sony dvds laying around and 2 hard drives already in my PC. I only work 20 hours a week part time at minimum wage and I pay rent/child support/bond fees/fines etc.
    sorry if I ramble

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    Put your serial in here Wii Drive Chip Database
    This will tell you what chipset you probably have.


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    I just want to know what the next best burning software is. I've heard Nero, but I wanted to clarify. If that fails then I'll start worrying about the chipset.
    Last edited by Derrtyjake; 07-01-2011 at 10:36 AM.
    sorry if I ramble

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    I honestly dont now from second best. I used nero for a very long time until ImgBurn did everything I needed. I'd try to figure a way to get a hard drive still tho, kuz dvds are just plain problematic. Understand this is coming from someone who soldered a chip into his wii to allow it to play backup discs.

    FYI, many USB enclosures will work with the wii (I use an AcomData one) which could make the price a bit less if you have a hard drive kicking around (and/or can find one in a PC out by the curb or something)

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    Thanks man and Narse here are my results
    The Wii has a RVL-001(USA) model number and is produced for Mexico/Canada/USA. The copyright year is 2006.


    DVD drive and chipset features

    Your drive most likely has the following chipset:

    • There is a 75% chance the chipset is GC2-D3-2 (v2) with no drive chip.
    • And there is also a 25% chance the chipset is Combined GC2-D3 with no drive chip.

    I don't know about chipsets, but it says it was made in 2006 so I'm assuming that means I'm fine?
    sorry if I ramble

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    Copyright year. All wiis say that.

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    Your drive can play backup discs.
    As blu says all wii's say 2006.

    Try cleaning the wii laser.......

    Also have you thought about get a 8GB USB STICK ---> Cheaper than desktop hdd's


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