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Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by ciama81, Mar 26, 2007.
Pretty nice! emu_kidid is the bomb!
What's the impact on the drive itself though? I remember in the past that using the actual product that you use to play/watch to rip media isn't a good idea because it supposely damages the drive over time.
They say if you gotta do a lot of them just get an actual drive, however if you're planning on just doing a couple here and then, then it shouldn't be too bad.
hmm, do you need one of those SD Gecko things to do this?
Good work emu_kidid.
I hope he can also somehow enable transfers of saves from a standard GC memory card to the SD Gecko on the Wii.
prepare for a dead wii drive after a certain number of rips
Anyway, so this thing rips Wii DVDs to an SD card, piece by piece. That means that with my SD card, I'd need 10 trips to rip a single game
Either that, or get an 8GB SD card
Good thing I'm not into ISO dumping
Yeah because normal drives die after like 10 full reads of discs.....
Yes, they're infamous for it. Everyone knows reading a DVD is bad for a drive
So this solution to rip a game isn't the best ?!
But, if you want to rip a GC game, how did you do?
You use a software ?