Downloaded ISO is 2GB O_o? Corrupted?

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Jul 1, 2010
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    I downloaded a Wii ISO off a site, using torrent, anyways, the ISO is 2GB (yes its scrubbed) and I cant unscrub it without the correct diff file which ofcourse I don't possess at all, now my problem lies here, when I try to burn the ISO using IMGBURN, I get an error "Invalid Or Unsupported Image Format", so this technically says that the ISO is a fake, uh right?
     
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    Yeah it probably is corrupted or broken. The Rars can be small sizes but the .iso should always be the same size.

    The other thing it could be is a .ciso file which is made for USB loaders.
     
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    Ok, guess i'll download a better quality torrent, I have another question btw, last night I had 2 Wii ISOs downloaded, one burned successfully, when I tried burning the other one I got this error after burning process was at 2% "Cannot Write Medium - Incompatible Format", now what does this mean? The ISO I was burning is 4,699,979,776 bytes.
     
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    you sure it's not a ciso file?
     
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    I'm positive its ISO, I just checked the properties, under file format it reads:-
    "Disc Image File (.iso)"
    Ok, what about my other question I asked in my second post?
     
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    Your burner doesn't seem to like the disc you used. Did you try burning both the games on the same brand of discs and at the same speed?
     
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    Yep. both were exactly the same speed, brand etc
     
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    what brand disc? perhaps try verbatims?
     
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    Open the iso with winrar. they have put the proper one inside, this is just to make it easier for people to download because 4.7gb can take a while [​IMG]
     
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    ^ Lol, I never tried that, but its too late, I already deleted the file.
     
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    That doesn't mean anything, windows will tell you a text file is a disc image if you rename the extension to .iso
     

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