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hi i have got a game that is over 7gb and woundering how to compress it to work on the wii , i have searched around the net and seen a program called wiiscrubber but it looks quite hard to use is there anything else that will work
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It's Super Smash Bros Brawl, right?

SSBB is dual layer, so you need a dual layer disc to burn it, or you can get a DVD5 version which has some videos removed to make it fit on a single layer
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Of course this only counts if you're not using a USB Loader.
 

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Jdbye said:
It's Super Smash Bros Brawl, right?

SSBB is dual layer, so you need a dual layer disc to burn it, or you can get a DVD5 version which has some videos removed to make it fit on a single layer
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was just gunna ask that
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thankyou for all your replys the game is Super Smash Bros. Brawl with wiiscrubber what settings do you have it on ? and when useing winrar what settings should i have in there and why do you have to go through wiiscrubber first and not straight to winrar to compresss

when i compressed it with winrar it ends up at 4.056gb but when i extract it the iso turns out to be 7.14gb so do i have to keep doing this untill it will get down to the right size to fit a 4.37gb disc ? i expect i will look around for bigger disc's but are there 8gb dvd-r ?

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