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    what burner do you use for burning wii games?

    I read only lg works but read elsewhere others work also

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    I have an LG it works great.....

    I'll let you know the model number if needed when i get to my PC

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    how to use DVD Drive Burn Back up Wii

    Hi,
    I m new to Wii, don't know nothing about which drive can be burn Wii, Please help me out......

    Many thanks,


    James

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    Hey James,

    From reading this article at http://www.wiihacks.com/wii-hacks/87...-software.html

    It says the best burners are:

    * LG-8164b
    * LG-8163b
    * LG-8162b
    * LG-8161b

    I have an LG-4xxxb and it works fine too... so there may be others...

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    Jumper, I'm curious, isn't that model u have just a dvd rom? do you have to copy it onto your had drive then burn iit with a burner?

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    I burn with my LG GSA-H22N. I think all burners should work.

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    Thumbs up burners burning burned biscs....(discs)

    hey all....I agree with Jamezli. I have 3 different types of burners on different pc's and they all burn backups great... so Wii backups are not burner specific.

    however having said that..... in order to rip an original... you must use certain specific LG dvd-rom drives..... remember they are readers only not burners.

    have a good day....

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    I was reading these posts and came across ModderMans post saying 'in order to rip an origonal... you must use certain specific LG dvd-rom drives'. Does this mean that if someone has already backuped there wii games can any dvd drive rip the iso off of that disk?

    Thanks, Smaug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smaug View Post
    I was reading these posts and came across ModderMans post saying 'in order to rip an origonal... you must use certain specific LG dvd-rom drives'. Does this mean that if someone has already backuped there wii games can any dvd drive rip the iso off of that disk?

    Thanks, Smaug
    backups can be "Backed up" easily.....just the usual easy way....

    original games require

    (1)a special dvd reader and a prog called rawdump...

    or

    (2) putting the original into the wii...then using "Disc Backup" prog on the wiikey config disc....dumping to SD memory card via the Gamecube memory port using a Gecko sd memory card adaptor...

    After dumping..then transfer the sd contents to your pc ....whey!!!

    then unscramble and iso it to burn....

    Wiihacks Super Mod / Admin

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    I've got a Pioneer 111D drive that works perfectly

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