Best disc to USB importer?

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Jan 18, 2010

Best disc to USB importer? by IAmError at 10:04 PM (1,242 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. IAmError
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    I still have one game that I can't get on to my USB drive...Lego Star Wars. I have imported it using a few different programs...most recently USB Loader GX. It acts like it loads fine, but when I try to play it, I just get a black screen. I'm sure it's because the disk is so badly scratched. The disk won't load from the disc channel either, so I'm not surprised. Is there a software solution for this? I think I may just go rent the game to get it on my USB drive, but I thought I'd look for input here first.
     
  2. linuxares

    Member linuxares GBAtemp Maniac

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    if you have the original, you can download a backup of it, on the internet
     
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    downloading is definitely the easiest and cheapest
     
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    I have a torrent going now, but it's really slow. I've had it going for a few days, and it's only at 10%. It's the healthiest torrent I could find for this game. I did download a PAL version, but my save file is for the NTSC version, so I'd like to have that instead.
     
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    Why are you DL ing torrents?
    Your ISP can trace them...............
     
  6. IAmError
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    I have the original...so I'm not concerned about my ISP. Where would you download it?
     
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    Why not just take it to the video store and get them to resurface it for you
     
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    edit: didn't read your post completely, sorry. Yeah, just rent the game and use a usbloader.
     
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    google tehparadox.............goto Hippyfreak.........
     
  11. ether2802

    Former Staff ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    I would definetely use Wanin's disc dumper to get the .iso on my PC, but you need a wireless router tho, so if you have the chance to rent it for a day, go get it and use any USB loader...!! [​IMG]
     
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    I doubt it's because the disc is scratched. If the disc was unreadable at all, the dumper would error out with a can't read sector error.

    You probably just need to enable 002 fix or something.
     

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