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    Quote Originally Posted by wog2nv View Post
    What media are you using to burn games? Also what software are you using? From the top of my head I think it is imgburn set to max speed x4(make sure you set x4 for both disk and device speed)

    *edit* What are you trying to burn exactly? A copy of zelda:SS or other games? How did you get the Iso's?
    Memorex DVD+R 16X 4.7GB 120min. i am using Imgburn and yes i set both to X4 and i was trying to copy New Super mario bros. i also get my Iso's from torrents

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    What happened to your original Super Mario disc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    What happened to your original Super Mario disc?
    Fiance's Little bro basically ate the disc somehow, its messed up, drool, slobber, cracks, its definitely not going to work...

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    I have never heard of a system files corrupt error on a backup. May have something to do with your chip (shot in the dark, I'm not an expert on chipped Wii's). Have you tried using a DVD-R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    I have never heard of a system files corrupt error on a backup. May have something to do with your chip (shot in the dark, I'm not an expert on chipped Wii's). Have you tried using a DVD-R?
    No i have not i just bought this Wii do you think that'll make a difference? i'll put the back up back in and tell you the error word for word

    Nevermind Fiance threw out all the discs that didn't work on the wii. if you could link me to a very detailed step-by-step tutorial, maybe ii could find out if i did something wrong which i doubt because i've already followed like 3 different tutorials
    Last edited by PlasticShadow; 01-20-2012 at 07:38 PM.

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    Take a look HERE. Lots of info you can go through.

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    well the if the disks still dont work u have 2 options:

    1) take it back to the guy who sold it to u
    2) follow the hack guide somewhere (letterbomb hack will be the best) to soft-mod your wii.

    thats all i can say thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warior1996 View Post
    well the if the disks still dont work u have 2 options:

    1) take it back to the guy who sold it to u
    2) follow the hack guide somewhere (letterbomb hack will be the best) to soft-mod your wii.

    thats all i can say thanx.
    can you link me?

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    maybe its because i'm using dvd+r i'll buy some -r's tomorrow

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