"Compressed" images?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by popoffka, Jun 18, 2009.

Jun 18, 2009

"Compressed" images? by popoffka at 12:18 PM (853 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. popoffka
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    What are those "compressed" images?
    I've already burned two DVDs with two different games, but both images was "compressed", and both discs don't load, just give error 324.
    I know, that this error is mostly caused by bad written discs, but, maybe, those "compressed" games just don't work thru Backup Loader?
     
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    what is the file extension of the game (like .iso , .ciso , .rar , ...)
     
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    compressed have all the crap filler removed from the file, to make it smaller. They work when burned, i can a test to that. Most of mine were "compressed". I suggest using higher quality media, such a taiyo Yuden Discs.
     
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    Right. However the compression is only noticeable, when the iso is rar'd or ziped. The unpacked one should still have the size, a non-compressed one has.
     
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    Juden german for Jew

    Jew Discs
     
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    324 is also the cIOS unproperly installed..!! [​IMG]
     

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