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    I want to know, if I mount a wii iso. to a dvd-r will it play in my wii?

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    first of all it depends if that disc can hold 4gb on it

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    Ok, well it depends what model of the wii you have. Theirs a model that reads dvd-r other for dvd+r (I think), and other one that supports both I suppose. I think wikipedia has something that shows you what model has what. You also need to softmod if you haven't done so already (Theirs many tuts on youtube :P ).

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    The newer ones don't support either DVD-R or +R. If you have the older ones only DVD-R will work. I tried +R but it never succeeded.

    You can have the ISO burned to a disc. Just make sure your DVD-R disc is 4.7 gb or more

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    Any easy way of knowing if you your Wii can play burned games is to check the serial number. If it's LU64 or higher it can't play burned game because of the encrypted drive.

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    Ive used dvd+ on old drives and they work but have issues sometimes dont work etc...and there is a website where they tell you the probablility of it being ahttp://www.wiidrives.com/list d3 drive (I think) wth the serial ...if its black or red wont play dvd-+r

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