Cleanrip Question

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Jun 22, 2012

Cleanrip Question by BrandonKlopp at 1:11 AM (3,259 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. BrandonKlopp
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    Newcomer BrandonKlopp Newbie

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    I used cleanrip to rip f-zero GX and Wind Waker for use with dolphin and they both work. Now I'm trying to sucessfully rip Skyward Sword and other Wii games I have, But I noticed that it splits the .iso into different parts:

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    I'm really not sure what I'm supposed to select for the chunk size and everything on the cleanrip menu, so I imagine that has something to do with what I'm doing wrong.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Clarky

    Member Clarky Don't you know who I think I am?

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    not sure what your set up is but you know you could use some usb loaders to rip wii games? you could rip them to wbfs and then convert them to iso
     
  3. BrandonKlopp
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    I already tried USB loader GX, it started to rip the games and after 3 seconds it would come to a halt. So I decided to use cleanrip instead. I'm open to any suggestions/reccomendations to get these wii games ripped.
     
  4. Clarky

    Member Clarky Don't you know who I think I am?

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    give config usb loader a shot, i never had any problems with it myself ripping games
     
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    There are no settings where you can select the split size to "no split"?

    Maybe it's splitting because you are on FAT32 drive?
    Try dumping on NTFS or over smb.


    OR just join the parts together with this command line:


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    copy /b SOUE01.part0.iso + SOUE01.part1.iso + SOUE01.part2.iso + SOUE01.part3.iso + SOUE01.part4.iso SOUE01.iso
     
  6. BrandonKlopp
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    Maybe it's because I'm reformatting the drive using the windows utility. I used guiformat to format it to FAT32. It's ripping now so we'll see how it goes...
     
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    Fat32 does not support files that large (max ~4GiB).
    It will be split into 2+ parts or fail.
     
  8. BrandonKlopp
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    So I tried configurable USB Loader and that stops at 0.89%. And come to think of it...USB Loader GX stops at 0.83% too.

    fml.

    So I guess I'll try that command line cyan gave me. I imagine I just plug it into the command prompt for windows?

    Edit: Now cleanrip is taking 3 hours to rip Zelda. What the hell.
     
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    yes, but cd into the right dir first
     
  10. kineticUk

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    Yeah its normal on FAT32 that you get split files.
    Once on PC just transfer to a NTFS drive using the command line to join the parts (copy /b - list of parts - name/path of output file)
     
  11. BrandonKlopp
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    Ok so I combined them into one file but and when I try to run it in dolphin I just get a black screen. Ready to give up now.
     

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