DVD Dumper slow wifi transfer

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Sep 19, 2009

DVD Dumper slow wifi transfer by claud10 at 3:48 PM (1,275 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. claud10
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    Hi, I have been dumping games through the wifi with waninkoko iso dumper 1.2 without any problem but slow speeds and sometimes disconnections from the router. However, the transfer speeds are stucked at 150k/s in average. I have been reading that people may get up to 500 k/s with this, but I haven t been able to find a solution to my problem. My hardware/software settings are the following

    Router Linksys WRT54GL v1.1 Using DD-WRT std-generic firmware v24 sp1
    Wireless Mode: AP (default)
    Wireless Network Mode: Mixed (default)
    Channel: tried all without seeing any difference
    Encryption: tried wpa-psk tsik and aes, wpa2 tsik and aes, wep and unencrypted.
    Everything else is default

    Wii firmware 4.1U, cIOS 249 rev14, dvd dumper 1.2 launched from its own channel (not through HBC).

    Browser: tried FF 3.0, IE8 (this does not work at all. It does not even load the index.html)

    I was wondering if there s any recommended setting in order to increase the transfer speed. Both the wii and the computer are not wired and wiring any of them is not an option. Haven t tried SD card but I d really love to be able to save the whole iso in one shot through the wifi, without having to split the file. Weird thing is that from fast servers I m able to download at very high speeds from the internet (500 k/s sometimes), so the router should be capable to achieve it.

    Thank you for your help
     
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    i take it you dont have a modchip? you will experience slow reading times just using a cIOS

    best bet is to just dump to usb or sd and rejoin

    or invest in usbloading
     
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    Yes it is indeed an unchiped wii, but as far as I know the cIOS 249 has a limited read speed of 3x instead of 6x as the default wii disc reader. So... In such a case, people with chiped wiis should experience the same symptoms if I am right. Please correct me if I m wrong. The problem with USB and/or SD is that, for what I ve read, SD and USB are limited to deal with files of at most 4gig, so dumping process must be redone in the middle of it, and what I usually do is to leave the wii dumping the disc all night so it is done by the morning.
     
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    people with modchips will read at full 6x

    personally i gave up dumping my own full iso's a long time ago, i either dump my original to a usb loader (this removes all other partitions and only saves the game data thus is not a 1:1) which takes 30mins max

    or download a scene rip, at the time its taking you to rip your own you could even torrent a release let alone newsgroup it lol
     
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    Thanks a lot, finally I quit from dumping using dvd dumper. Found SuperDump that dups in 0.5h! Much bettah [​IMG]
     

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