Isos for nintendon't

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  1. Flamehaze41
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    Anyone know a good tutorial for getting and ripping isos for nintendon't, either question will do I just need to check my installation. As for a program for ripping isos I want one for pc (since I am homebrewing with wii u)
     
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    You should download them from the internet and you shouldnt have any problem
     
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    Of course, we don't endorse piracy so you should really rip them yourself.
    Unless you have a special drive you can't rip games from your PC, I suggest you use CleanRip, I've never had any problems with it, though if you're using a FAT formatted drive split it up into 3GB parts and then use the command line to stitch them back together.
     
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    I did and I am having problems. The game is in it's own folder and is named game.iso (and yes it is in iso format) I downloaded 3 different ones and none of the games were recognized, I swear my luck my just suck. I successfully rip isos for dolphin at one point (back when cr was still a site.)
     
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    Are you using this path? SD or USB1:/games/whatever you want/game.iso
    If you want to run games from a usb make sure usb option is on
     
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    My path is on my sd sd/games/fzero/game.iso
    Nintendon't is in the app folder and the games folder on the root, maybe there is a redirect error? I disgress I have spent the last 2 days trying to get this to work.
     
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    Thats strange, try writing the game id and not the game name in the folder
     
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    game id?
     
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    Just rename your folder from fzero to GFZJ01 and tell me if it works
     
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    It didn't work, this is honestly one of the most depressing things ever. I also tried the luigi's mansion rom and changed both the fzero and luigi's mansion to their respective names. I am going to screenshot my entire sd card to see if any problems are spotted. gujhghjghjgh.png
     
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    Your problem here is your windows Hiding file extentions. Rename game.iso to game and you're done ;)
     
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    Which window
    Which windows, keep in mind this is just cheap uncropped screencap. The bottom image is the inside of the folder and the ISO is named "game.iso" I screencapped my sd on my computer not my wii u
     
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    I mean. Window (the oparating system you use) is hiding file extentions. So the game.iso is actually game.iso.iso . Rename to game and that should work.
     
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    I should have screencapped my sd card in the beginning, thanks so much.