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    A question about dual layers

    I really hate to have my first post a question and i really hope that this is in the right spot but i got my friend to recently back up my copy of ssbb and when ever i load the game via neogamma it runs fine aside from slower loading but it makes a loud reading noise it does this on alot of my backups acually all of them but on ssbb the most and cod 4 it doesnt do it alot only when loading a map/ level and yes ssbb is burned on a dual layer. other then the noise the only other problem is when i beat the game on classic i got a error after the credits?
    please help me out here thanks
    Memerax or w/e dvd +r DL

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    None, use ONLY Verbatim 4x DVD-R DL.

    Works every time!
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    well honestly that wasnt my question sorry i mean i know to use - but 1 -dl's are impossible to get your hands on and two my wii isnt a big fan of - so i always use +r verbatims i know about the odl laser myth be really it wouldnt kill it that much fast then a - media disk although i agree the wii is louder while loading maps and stuff on a +r but its w/e really. I just wanted to know if that is normal when you use +r media and please dont compare to crappy disks like imation or w/e lol cuz the stories ive heard youd have a better chance of ramming dirt into your wii and playing a backup off that tehe

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    Actually your wii is able to read -r alot better than +r. All dvd drives can read dvd -r but not all can read +r. This is true with the wii console. Some wiis are able to read +r BUT its alot harder on the drive. Thats why your drive is loud. I will tell you this though... Youll wear out your drive way faster using the media type your using. Seruiously start using -r OR change the booktype in imgburn to dvd rom. Verbatims are the way to go though. I have used those along with sony's and HP's and they have all worked. Not a fan of memorex as their labels tend to peel off.
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    oh shizzle lol i already burned 10 games crap on +r i feel wasted now i dont think my drive can change book type

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    Quote Originally Posted by spleee101 View Post
    oh shizzle lol i already burned 10 games crap on +r i feel wasted now i dont think my drive can change book type
    Only vertain drives can changebook type, if anyone has one of the drives below, there is a good chance Imageburn will handle it.


    • Nu Tech

    • Plextor

    • RICOH

    • Samsumg

    • LG

    • LITE-ON

    • NEC


    Nedd to know how to burn your disc?

    http://www.digital-digest.com/articl...urn_page1.html
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