Can I do this?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by PaperMario64, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. PaperMario64
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    Well My laptop doesn't have a DVD-R burner but another computer of mines does.
    the only problem is my USB only holds 4 GB.
    So...can a trimmed ISO from Wiiscrubber be transferred to a USB...then burned and still work correctly?
     
  2. Skarnet

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    you can transfer the game to usb and then extract it to your other computer and it will be 4.37 gig on the other computer again. using any wbfs manager i think...
     
  3. nutta_nic

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    wiiscrubber makes the the iso the same size it was originaly, but it can be ziped up smaller with winrar, so srub it with wiiscrubber then zip up the (compressed) iso, then place rar or zip files on usb, then put the files on your pc and then unpack an then finaly burn to dvd with imgburn
     
  4. Riicky

    Riicky GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    You could use HJ Split to split the ISO into multiple pieces and transfer them from usb to the other PC...this way since your USB stick only holds 4gb, you can fill it up once, then transfer the remaining pieces
     
  5. BBking83

    BBking83 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I'd go with nutta_nic's suggestion.

    Compress/zip it, put it on USB stick, trasnfer it, upcompress/unzip and burn the ISO.
     
  6. Jdbye

    Jdbye Always Remember 30/07/08

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    I didn't know you could trim ISOs with WiiScrubber, however a normal scrubbed ISO zipped/rared up will work fine with USB loaders as they scrub it anyway. However you can split the file with WinRAR, WinZip or any similar app [​IMG]
     
  7. Oh Really?

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    Couldnt you just create a home/office network and use file sharing to transfer things?
     
  8. Riicky

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    ^^Was just thinking that
     
  9. razorback78

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    from all of the replies...this is the most recommended. why get into numerous procedures when you could network your two computers through direct cable...lol. [​IMG]