iso seems to be corrupt

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  1. david432111
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    I downloaded animal crossing for wii, but the iso seems to be corrupt. Tried using a command line iso extractor it seemed to extract a bunch of files that in all got to be 41 gb. Imgburn won't burn it. But alcohol 120% will mount it, but when burning it, it says that it's an "Unsupported image file format" and asks me to manually set the track format and block size. When mounting the header has animal crossing in it. Any help? [​IMG]
     
  2. nicksasa

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    1. dont download games
    2. dont extract anything
    3. Use imgburn
     
  3. david432111
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    imgburn isn't liking it [​IMG]
     
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    41gb?! You obviously screwed something up, Just use WinRAR to extract it, or on a Mac use RAR Expander, then burn it
     
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    If its an iso why are you trying to extract it?
     
  6. david432111
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    Trying to burn it. But I can't burn it.
     
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    is it an iso or a rar file?

    1. If it's an iso burn using imgburn
    2. If it a rar file extract using winrar then, goto No.1

    DO NOT EXTRACT THE ISO FILE
     
  8. david432111
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    IT IS AN IMG FILE! I JUST GET AN:

    SCSIStatus: 0*02
    Interpretation: Check condition

    CDB: 53 00 00 00 00 00 23 04 80 00
    Interpretation: Reserve track - sectors: 2.294.912

    sense area: (Too long and no copy and paste)
    Interpretation: Invalid field in CDB

    WHEN BURNING!

    [​IMG]
     
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    If you have the .iso file, and it still wont burn you may have download a none working one, I did that with CoDWAW the other day, just find a different copy.
     
  10. david432111
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    Nevermind, I'll try with super smash bros. And yes nicksasa I do have a copy of it, my original is way to scratched because the gamecube controller cables got tugged on during game play.
     
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    Its a .img file? Burn it with CloneCD
     
  12. david432111
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    I tried it with another dvd (fujifilm) and it worked perfectly, I think the problem lies with the media [​IMG]
     
  13. mysticwaterfall

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    I fail to see how this scratches your game, unless you leave the game face up out of the case and you have really rough cables....

    believable excuses would be nice...
     
  14. Rykin

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    Not to back his story, but it is believable.
    My friend once had his Wii on a shelf by his TV and he tugged the NGC so hard it wanked the Wii off the shelf and made it bounce several times on the floor.
    If that were to scratch a disc, I wouldn’t be surprised.

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    He now puts his Wii on the floor when playing SSBB.
     
  15. Matt93

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    And it didn't break his Wii?! A few days ago I lost grip and dropped my Wii 3 feet onto the carpet and it broke the DVD drive and now it's sent in to Nintendo
     
  16. david432111
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    Me and my friend were playing. My friend tugs on the controller and the console falls to the side. The disk has now lost the subspace emmisary. Hard to believe?