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    ISO problems

    OK, I burned a FIFA 09 All Play ISO to a Verbatim DVD-R and it showed up on the channel complete with audio. However, when I tried to load the game I got an error message saying that I should eject the disk, turn off the power and refer to the manual (for what ?!). I feel the game has burned properly so is it some app I don't have installed correctly ?

    Second thing is that I have a PES 09 ISO which is over 7GB. Do I have to use a dual layer disk for this or is there a way to split it ?

    Finally, not to do with ISOs exactly but I just read on a thread that WBFS should copy an ISO from PC to your formatted disk in "two minutes". I have been doing this for 28 minutes for the FIFA 09 and it's only like 1/6 complete. Is this right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahutchinson View Post
    OK, I burned a FIFA 09 All Play ISO to a Verbatim DVD-R and it showed up on the channel complete with audio. However, when I tried to load the game I got an error message saying that I should eject the disk, turn off the power and refer to the manual (for what ?!). I feel the game has burned properly so is it some app I don't have installed correctly ?

    Second thing is that I have a PES 09 ISO which is over 7GB. Do I have to use a dual layer disk for this or is there a way to split it ?

    Finally, not to do with ISOs exactly but I just read on a thread that WBFS should copy an ISO from PC to your formatted disk in "two minutes". I have been doing this for 28 minutes for the FIFA 09 and it's only like 1/6 complete. Is this right ?
    I can answer your second two quesrtions.

    You would have to usa dual layer disc for PES 09 ISO unless you use wiiscubber to scrub the image.

    WBFS Manager does copy ISO's from the pc to the formatted WBFS hard drive but times may vary depending on what kind of hardware you are using, and how big the iso file is.

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    Thanks for the response - 4 minutes, that's pretty good going. I'm wondering whether there's any advantage (apart from time) unzipping an ISO straight to the formatted disk rather than unzipping to the PC and then transferring ?

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