how do i burn a game i dumped via SD card

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  1. Gus122000
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    i have a 1gb SD card and it was split into 5 parts... how do i put them together so i can burn it to a dvd ?


    i dont think i really have to say this but ....."its a wii game"
















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  2. virulous

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    Probably with the same program you used to split it with...
     
  3. Gus122000
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    well aren't you the "know it all" [​IMG]

    seriously how do i put them together (anyone.. help ?)


    (btw:virulous something tells me you were just wanted a "+1")
     
  4. virulous

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    No, actually it is completely reasonable to assume that the program you used to split the file, will also put it back together. With no information on which program you used to split it, or even what type of file it is. How can you reasonably assume that anyone here can answer your question?
     
  5. Gus122000
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    stop getting your. +1 [​IMG]
    (i dont mean to sound like a jerk....but)
    if you knew nothing about this post. why are you here ?
     
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    did you use the wiikey dvddump?
     
  7. Gus122000
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    nope wiinja (i used the ninja shell pack)
     
  8. virulous

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    "To create the image, simply run the BootableDisc_XXX.bat matching
    your console region.

    Burn the image using any application capable of writing DVD disc
    images i.e. ImgBurn/Nero/CloneCD/cdrecord/DeepBurner/etc"

    Taken from the readme file in the wiikey setup disc. (I'm assuming you did use the wiikey DVDDump since you did not mention it.)

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    Ok just read you used wiininja, now I'm stumped. Good luck
     
  9. Gus122000
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    too little....to late look at the post above yours
     
  10. Samutz

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    See that hole in your wall?
    What's the name of the dumped files?
    Also what's the exact size, down to the last byte, of each of the files?

    That'll give some clue as to whether you've got a normal dump split into several files, or some other goofy format.
     
  11. Gus122000
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    WIINJASD.001
     
  12. Samutz

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    See that hole in your wall?
    The size seems to add up correctly.

    Just to be sure, download this:
    http://www.samutz.com/dumpster/other/wiigc.rar

    It's a small program I made a few weeks ago that reads an ISOs header to see if its a Wii or GC game.
    Open WIINJASD.001 with it and it should give you the game's ID, name, and system.

    If it does read it, then your files are just a split up ISO file. You can combine them using
    copy /b "WIINJASD.001+WIINJASD.002+WIINJASD.003+WIINJASD.004+WIINJASD.005" whatever.iso
    (assuming you're using Windows)
    Whatever.iso being the newly combined file.
    The iso's size should come out to exactly 1,459,978,240 Bytes (1,425,760 KBytes).
     
  13. Gus122000
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    okay this is what i did ...... i went to run i typed cmd and i copy and pasted exactly what you wrote "copy /b "WIINJASD.001+WIINJASD.002+WIINJASD.003+WIINJASD.004+WIINJASD.005" whatever.iso" and i got nothing btw:my pc hard drive is ntfs
     
  14. Samutz

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    See that hole in your wall?
    Try
    copy /b WIINJASD.* whatever.iso

    Also, did you change to the folder where the files are at, after typing cmd?