HELP!!! Wii Disc Dumper...AGAIN :(

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by LightyKD, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. LightyKD
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    LightyKD Future CEO of OUYA Inc.

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    ok...so here's the command im using

    "C:\Documents and Settings\Megan Meade> copy /b 0.bin + 1.bin + 2.bin + 3.bin + 4.bin + 5.bin wii.iso"

    The command prompt starts the process but at the end of it gives me a message saying that I ran out of space. The part that is ticking me off is before the copying process i have 8.16 gigs on my C:\ drive which is more than enough space for the copy. Is there I way i can edit the above line to make the iso file in my E:\ drive. I figure that by fooling windows to copy to another place would be my best shot at solving my problem. I'm not good with messing around with the command prompt so I could some help. Also

    "C:\Documents and Settings\Megan Meade>"

    of the command line can not be edited so the extra stuff to rout the new file to my E:\ drive will have to come somewhere within the

    "copy /b 0.bin + 1.bin + 2.bin + 3.bin + 4.bin + 5.bin wii.iso"

    part. Any help would be greatly appreciated because I'm seconds away from pulling my hair [​IMG]
     
  2. kedest

    kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    in the command prompt, type chkdsk
    what does it say after 'type of file system is' ?
     
  3. Lafie

    Lafie GBAtemp Regular

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    That's a good one kedest: if chkdsk returns the file system fat32 (or fat16) then a file larger than 4gb (i.e. a wii iso image) can't be created on that disk. However, if the file system is ntfs, then you should be fine.
     
  4. LightyKD
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    LightyKD Future CEO of OUYA Inc.

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    thanks for the command...im trying it now