If you want to burn a disc from iTunes you need to take the following steps. First you need to make a play-list of the files you want to burn. Then line the files up in the precise order that you want them to play on your finished CD or DVD. A CD will hold about 70 minutes or so of music. You might find some discs that hold 80 minutes of songs.
Go to the iTune window and click on the list of songs that you have prepared for the CD. After that you simply click on the Burn Disc option in the corner of the window. If the playlist is too long for the CD, it will only burn the amount of songs that will fit onto the disc. The next step is to insert a blank CD into your computer and click on the burn disc button again. If you plan on playing this CD on a regular CD player you need to use CD-R discs. Now, we wait. It may take a while for the transfer of data. You can’t cancel a CD-R disc once it starts since it is not rewritable.
Then go to the iTunes menu. Once there you need to select “preferences”. A window will appear, click on “advanced” and then select “burning”. You then need to select a speed, normally select “maximum possible”. Then set the disc format to audio CD. You now will choose the amount of time to have in between songs. iTunes has a nice feature that adjusts the volume so that all the songs have volume balance. You do this by clicking on “use sound check”.
Extract the un-scrambler into the directory the images are located. Open command prompt Start>Run<cmd. And then type”cd../../” and then the full path of your images. Then type “unscramble.exe raw-image.wii’image iso’ “ replacing raw-image wii with the file name of the raw image. Burn the ISO into the empty DVD with the burning software. Insert the DVD into the Wii and it should now play. In some countries it is illegal to burn ISOs, so you need to know the law as it relates to you. In some countries even burning a DVD disc as a back up might not be allowed. Another factor to keep in mind is that when you attach a mod-chip to the Wii you might corrupt future updates to the Wii.