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    Safe to put CD Labels on Burn Wii Games?

    Is it safe to print out CD Labels and put them on burnt wii isos?

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    i don't see why there would be any problem dude....as long as your not like sticking think layers on the disc....does anyone know any sites or where i can find cd labels for wii games. cheers!

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    been looking for sites everywhere with no success....where did you get your labels dude?

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    I usually use a marker and write the name on the disk. I dont use labels or anything since disks tend to heat up and what if the label catches fire or something >_> Not that it could happen, just saying.

    Use a sharpee like me ;D

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    Sticky labels are a bad idea full stop! They mis-balance the disc!

    You're better of getting a printer that prints directly onto the disc, and get printable discs!
    Last edited by traxdata; 05-31-2008 at 10:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traxdata View Post
    Sticky labels are a bad idea full stop! They miss balance the disc!

    You're better of getting a printer that prints directly onto the disc, and get printable discs!

    I couldn't agree more.... after playing mis-balanced wii discs for a while...and having issues...you'll have to throw away the drive and get a new one

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    As stated before, dont use labels.

    Either use printable media or lightscribe.
    I currently use Verbatim DVD-R lightscribs. After updated my burner these are perfect for the wii. But I plan on getting a Canconc IPX4500 and use printables instead soon, because I have to use them for the 360 anyway.

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    cdcovers.cc Great list of cd,dvd,ps,xbox, and wii box art as well as cd labels

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModderMan View Post
    I couldn't agree more.... after playing mis-balanced wii discs for a while...and having issues...you'll have to throw away the drive and get a new one
    Wii Bursts Into Flames.

    Hmm I Should Of Listened To That Guy


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    Quote Originally Posted by icstars989 View Post
    cdcovers.cc Great list of cd,dvd,ps,xbox, and wii box art as well as cd labels
    Yep, that's where I get all my cd artwork. Then I use my Epson R220 to print them on Verbatim printable disks. Look very professional. I don't use labels anymore cause they will cause problems in your car stereo, especially if you have a 6 disk changer like I do. cdcovers.cc has a whole section devoted to Wii labels.

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