Can I UnShrink A WBFS ISO ??

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  1. gjac1
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    I have an iso that has been shrunk using wbfs , but i boot all my games off dvd, so can this iso be "unshrunk" ??

    Thanks
     
  2. Blue-K

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    "Has been shrunk using Wbfs" - So you dumped it via the Wii to USB or via a WBFS Manager from your PC, right? If so, when you extract it with a WBFS Manager to your PC, it should be again the 4.37 GB. At least this always worked for me.
     
  3. gjac1
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    I didnt dump it, its an iso i downloaded, and it extracts to about 2gb, so i was wondering if i could somehow make it back to its 4gb dvd size.

    The file is actually a .ciso :s

    Thanks for the reply.
     
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    2GB? is it a .ciso? Otherwise, this wouldn't work...
     
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    yeah sorry i just edited my reply, its a ciso [​IMG]

    So would WBFS Manager resize this for me ??
     
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    I would do it like that:

    Use this App: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=149624
    Put the .ciso on an WBFS-HD
    Extract it with WBFS Manager

    Kinda stupid, but the only thing that comes in my mind...anyone an easier solution [​IMG]?
     
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    Thanks again for your reply [​IMG] , i will give that a try...
     
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    Wait, what WBFS Manager are you using that extracts them to .ciso? Use a different manager that doesn't do that or look for a setting to turn off ciso compression.
     
  9. tj_cool

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    He downloaded the ciso



    And only WBFS intelligent GUI can handle ciso