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    brian, i agree, it appears from his explanation he is not left with a series of .rar files, but rather as you indicated a series of smaller .iso files that need to be rejoined. the only thing i would suggest is a clearer explanation of how he should go about rejoining them.

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    Thank you for your advice. It worked perfectly. The problem I'm facing now is getting the DVD to load with neogamma. I'm getting a disc read error (1101). I burned the image using IMGburn and then verified the data which checked out ok. the size was perfect according to the forum threads that I've read so far. The problem, I fear is the media that I'm using. I bought a pack of SONY DVD+R's and then read the thread about
    DVD-R being the best medium. Seeing as how I've already got the pack and opened it, is there any way to get them to work? I'm cool even if I have to sacrifice a couple to get a good write. Could it be the config settings on the neogamma (the version I have is
    R7), should I get the newer version, what do you suggest?
    Last edited by zgoat65; 01-29-2010 at 10:42 AM. Reason: lack of info on the actual error and versions of software that I'm working with

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    There is a way to configure the booktype in IMGBurn so that the wii will read DVD+R discs, but I am not exactly sure off the top of my head what it will need to be set at.

    Going forward though, try to use verbatim DVD-R discs as they are considered the best. I also use Ridata DVD-R discs and have not had any issues with them either. You can probably find an answer to the booktype if you do a quick search for it though. Good luck.

    Also, be advised that DVD+R discs do cause more strain on the wii dvd drive than DVD-R discs, so you may just want to run out and pick up a pack of minus discs anyway.
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    did a search for the booktype, and they say to change the booktype to DVD-ROM. When I go to change the booktype they give a list of manufacturers of DVD drives, and mine doesn't happen to be on it. Mine is a TSSTcorp DVD+-RW TS-L632H D400. Maybe I just need a play by play on how to do this if you wouldn't mind. I'm a noob. sorry.

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