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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by lookout, Mar 8, 2008.
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I don't know how to dump yet.
I don't care. I do know how to do it with movies. (because I care just a little bit)
I know how to dump NDS
and I have done before.
PSP, Wii, GC, NDS, GBA, DVDs
Off the top of my head. This is all common knowledge anyway.
I dump most of my Wii ISOs on my own (renting the original discs), as it takes a day or two for me to download an iso.
I have the tools needed to dump roms, but I have yet to dump any since they're so small and easy to download.
I know how to dump NDS , but I can't do it!
I could dump both
I could dump both. I have all dumpers on my R4 and would understand the Wii DVD business. However, there is not much of a point in doing so regularly except if you need legal backups, and even then it depends on local law.
I can dump: DS, and PSP games, but I have only dumped PSP games.
I can dump anything that fits into the DS, and anything that fits into a DVD drive. Well, I will be able to... So I can dump CDs, DVDs, NDS, and GBA. Not bad for almost no hardware.
I can only dump DS games since I don't have the right LG DVD-rom or a SD gecko for dumping Wii games.
I also know how to take a dump.
I can dump SNES carts too...
Is their a tutorial on DS games, cause I work at a particular game store and/or would be willing to pick up a Gamefly subscription to Dump US games that haven't been dumped yet...
I know how to dump NDS ROMs (and have done it, too - fairly simple), but I've never fiddled with dumping ISOs.
i dumped my own retail gba carts once but apart from that nothing major.
edit: yeah i rip iso's from dvd vids, and ps2 games, not sure if you would call that dumping though, ps1 games too i guess.
If you're removing any data from the ISOs you're creating then you're ripping them, if it's a clean ISO then it's considered a dump.