Best game dumper?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Matt93, Jan 11, 2010.

Jan 11, 2010

Best game dumper? by Matt93 at 7:44 PM (1,456 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Matt93
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    What is the best and fastest game dumper out there today? Before USB loaders I used one that took about 4 hours... I know its possible to dump a game to WBFS with a USB loader and then WBFS -> PC for a fast dump, but I'm looking to dump my gamecube games at the moment and I can't do that with a USB loader.
     
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    Superdump 1.3. It dumped a single-layer game in little over 45 minutes
     
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    super dump is the best for gc games

    if u want to dump your games directly to your PC using wifi, use dvd dumper (note that it is MUCH slower than super dump, but because of the wifi dump it does not require you have a large sd or usb drive to dump it all at once)
     
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    Neither does superdump, I've dumped SL Wii games using a 2GB SD card.
     
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    Oh, I missed that part. I agree with xflak40. But use a download manager because it can be really cumbersome for the download to stop for some reason then have to start over again.
     
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    Yeah I used to dump my games over WiFi all the time. It took forever, I'll just use an SD card and join split files if I have to. I had my gamecube games all backed up, but my external hard drive corrupted so I have to re-dump them again. Superdump sounds good to me! Thanks for the help everyone!
     

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