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    Quote Originally Posted by wiiguy28 View Post
    Hi i have memorex dvd+r dl, and i wasnt able to get it done at 2.4x speed. Do you think I should try something else? I just dont want to go through my dvd's for nothing. thanks.
    Why are you using DL DVDs? You shouldn't use those unless you're burning a DL game. The only one I can think of off the top of my head is Metroid Other M. Most games just use normal DVD+R's, which are much cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drrob View Post
    The game looks like it burned but when it loads the game screen is scrolling on the screen. Any ideas?
    Almost always happens when you try to play PAL (European) games on an NTSC (American/Japanese) system/television.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papaslacker View Post
    I read your instructions on burning the dvd and it is pretty good step by step instructions. I placed one of my Wii games in my laptop dvd burner it wouldn't read the disc. So I can't make an iso file to then burn to the disc. Just looking for a little help.

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    PC's can't read the file structure of a Wii game disk, they can only burn them. To make an ISO, get an app for your Wii that will dump an ISO to your SD Card/USB device/whatever and then copy that to your computer and burn it.

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    thx

    thx dude that really helped

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    thx, will take a shot and see if it works


    Quote Originally Posted by mantis00 View Post
    A common mistake of those who use IMGBURN is that they adjust the writing speed to 4x (for Wii Games), but always forget to adjust the speed for the type of DVD disc used while burning and the speed adjustment of the drive.

    Here's what to do:

    1. Put your blank DVD-R (it doesn't matter if you use the cheap ones) in the DVD drive. Let IMGBURN read the type of DVD you are using. After it recognize the DVD, click on the green running man at the right of the speed setup.(See thumbnail 1)

    2. After this you will see a window where you will add the DISC ID by clicking on the green arrow besides the DISC ID max speed. Then set the max speed of the DISC ID to 4x.
    Do the same with the DEVICE. Specify the device you will use and set the speed to 4x. Click add or update to ensure the info is in the top part of the window.
    At the end click OK. (See thumbnail 2)

    3. You must be now back in the main window. Browse for your iso. Make sure also the write speed is at 4x in this window. Now start burning your DVD game(See thumbnail 3)


    It works flawlessly. Good Luck.


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    thanks bro

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    thanxs

    thanxs, appreciate the help !

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    :(

    i cant see the thumbnails.. !!

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    thaaaaaaaaaaanx i'll try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantis00 View Post
    A common mistake of those who use IMGBURN is that they adjust the writing speed to 4x (for Wii Games), but always forget to adjust the speed for the type of DVD disc used while burning and the speed adjustment of the drive.

    Here's what to do:

    1. Put your blank DVD-R (it doesn't matter if you use the cheap ones) in the DVD drive. Let IMGBURN read the type of DVD you are using. After it recognize the DVD, click on the green running man at the right of the speed setup.(See thumbnail 1)

    2. After this you will see a window where you will add the DISC ID by clicking on the green arrow besides the DISC ID max speed. Then set the max speed of the DISC ID to 4x.
    Do the same with the DEVICE. Specify the device you will use and set the speed to 4x. Click add or update to ensure the info is in the top part of the window.
    At the end click OK. (See thumbnail 2)

    3. You must be now back in the main window. Browse for your iso. Make sure also the write speed is at 4x in this window. Now start burning your DVD game(See thumbnail 3)


    It works flawlessly. Good Luck.


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    I followed this to a T and could not get this to work. I am very new to this so I am sure it was something that I did wrong. Here is the file I was trying to download: http://www.kickasstorrents.com/james...-t4582779.html

    Can someone please take a look at this and tell me exactly what i need to do to burn this? I am sure i followed the instructions correctly. When i put the game into my wii and tried to load it with backup disc loader and it keeps saying DVD Read Timeout. Anyways, thanks for your help guys. Also, is it possible to load games onto my SD card and play them on my wii?

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