Best way to re-rip a burned game?

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Apr 5, 2009
  1. Bluefinger
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    Newcomer Bluefinger Newbie

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    i have copy of Boom Blox on dvd burned that works fine however i want to make a back up copy to use in dolphin and with usb loader. if i make copy of dvd with imgburn it comes out as 3.99GB but is not recognised by wbfs or dolphin or any other app as being wii game, also doesnt work when burned back to dvd. since usb loader does not read backups in wii drive and the wifi/lan disc dumper does not work for me how can i make a working iso of this dvd??
     
  2. tylerdurden007

    Newcomer tylerdurden007 Member

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    same thing here. used imgburn but it's not recognized. I read elsewhere that boomblox isnt working but cannot confirm...
     
  3. macmoreira

    Newcomer macmoreira Newbie

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    Same here with Mario Kart...
     
  4. DrOMFG

    Newcomer DrOMFG Member

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    Just use the USB loader to rip the game, this does work, ive tried it. You can use a WBFS program to extract the game from ur HDD.
     
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    Newcomer jeffc313 Advanced Member

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    dd if=/dev/dvd of=/path/to/where/you/want/to/dump/image.iso
     
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    Works for me without problems. I can rip Games I've burned with IMGBurn without any problems...maybe you haven't burned them with IMGBurn? Otherwise, you must do something wrong...

    You can:
    -Dump Game via FTPii (better than DVD-Dumper)
    -Download it (again)
    -Dump it via USB-Loader (yes, that should work!!!)
     

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