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well..the 'shows' you are referring to, may in fact, carry encryption code, making it impossible to play without a license...that's one sure way to make them unplayable, anywhere outside of the DVD player..
Mac's use a different file format than PC compatibles, so that may also be the reason.
Visit the official site at Navman.com, click on support,choose your device,every possible solution for old & new gps devices are there.. downloads for drivers & maps...most, if not all are free...sorted,panic over.
First with out knowing what part of the country you are in I would recommend searching the internet for the closest authorized IR distributor. They can tell you if parts are available for your compressor or if it is to old. They will need the model and serial number . I have ran across a few old IR compressors that parts were no longer available. They can also get you a manual if available
It usually wont work to install from a burned disc you need the original disc to install than you can run the game off the back up disc. you should check your EULA to make sure that you are authorized to make a copy of the disc however.
Depending on how your 2 year old put the discs into the Wii it is quite possible that either the loading mechanism or the laser itself has been damaged. As there are a large number of things that could be wrong the only way to ensure the correct diagnosing is to take the Wii to your local authorized repair center and have them do a complete check of the system.
Not sure if this will help but make sure you do not have two dvd-authoring programs on your computer, this might be causing the error you are seeing. There could be an issue with the media you are burning to, sometimes you have to experiment and find discs that work well with your burner. Burn speed may also be an issue, some discs say that you can burn at 4x speed, when in fact that disc may only be able to accomodate 2x - so try reducing the authoring speed to half the maximum the disc says. I looked on the GoCyberlink website and was not able to see that error code listed in their support pages. Another possibility though not as likely, you could have a damaged operating system or there is a problem with your dvd burner. Wish I could help more.