Dumping my Wii Games

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Quick-zeno, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. Quick-zeno
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    Quick-zeno GBAtemp Regular

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    Okay, i'm currently dumping my wii game to the 4GB usb and its taking an hour.
    I was hoping i could have dumped the whole game in one part but its was about 50mb short to dump it.

    I'm currently using superdump and its going to take about an hour for the 1.5gb part.

    The thing i'm worried about is how the f#ck do i join the parts into an .iso?
    I believe there's a command you can put it cmd?

    I'm on my iMac, can i do it on a mac (I've got pc's too if i have to use a pc)
     
  2. Quick-zeno
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    Quick-zeno GBAtemp Regular

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    Halp?
     
  3. antonkan

    antonkan GBAtemp Maniac

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    Dumping your Wii games could be possible.I think you may use SuperDump if you want to (search the forum).
     
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    You could always dump using USB Loader and what not, faster because its scrubbed
     
  5. Quick-zeno
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    Quick-zeno GBAtemp Regular

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    I haz problem.

    The disc parts go in part 0,1,2

    I copyed part 0 to my computer and deleted it of my flashdrive.
    I went back to try copy part 1, and it said not enough space on the usb drive..
    So i rebooted the dumper and tryed to dump part 1, and it gave me the same error.

    So i'm dumping part 2 to my usb..

    Note: these are in 1.5gb splits.
     
  6. sl33p

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    Instead of making your own thread you could have skimmed allll the way to the second page of topics and asked in the actual dedicated thread for Super Dump. Or, you could have actually read the topic (or searched) where a solution for your exact question is posted (several times). And even more amazingly, if you decided to read slightly further in the thread you would have seen that someone else took the time to write a GUI for this very operation. As for your second issue, I don't know the answer and I'm tired and I feel like I've pointed you in the right direction. It's time for you to make an effort.


    (And please for your own sake it's "copied" and "tried" not "copyed" and "tryed")
     
  7. Painguy

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    i actually was asking the same thing today. i ended up using a USB Loader to backup my games. U should do the same. its a gazzillion times faster