Hacking backup to ISO file from previously burnt DVD.

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So I've discovered running games from a spare USB HDD. It's awesome. I want to keep all my favorites on one HDD. Lots of my older games are burnt to DVD already, and I don't have the original ISO. What's the best method (Windows7 or MAC OS X) to take my burnt DVD's and back them up again to an ISO that'd be loadable on to my WBFS drive? Should I just use disc utility in OS X to back them up, or is there a better way?

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DjFIL said:
So I've discovered running games from a spare USB HDD. It's awesome. I want to keep all my favorites on one HDD. Lots of my older games are burnt to DVD already, and I don't have the original ISO. What's the best method (Windows7 or MAC OS X) to take my burnt DVD's and back them up again to an ISO that'd be loadable on to my WBFS drive? Should I just use disc utility in OS X to back them up, or is there a better way?

Thanks.
Every USB loader have the option to rip directly every DVD to the HDD. You only have to select the ADD option, from the USB loader...
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xzxero said:
create the image file with imgburn
then transfer the iso to your hdd
I have to ask why someone with your experience would recommend this time wasting method when there are at least a few WBFS PC apps that will convert directly from a burnt DVD to WBFS?
 
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