MH3 custom quests

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  1. gamerperson
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    i was wondering how to extract the iso from a mh3 disk that i bought
     
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    i was wondering how to extract the iso from the mh3 disk that i bought
     
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    i was wondering how to extract the iso from the mh3 disk that i bought
     
  4. Foxi4

    Foxi4 On the hunt...

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    I'm sure posting the same thing in three sub-sections of the forum is going to get you an immediate answer.
     
  5. raulpica

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    First rule of every forum in the internets: If you want an answer, don't make duplicate threads.

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  6. machomuu

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    Use IMGburn to rip an image of the disk.
     
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    sry the duplicates were a computer glich every time i tried to post it it would go back and it didn't show that it had posted


     
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    ok so when i ripped the image on my bro's laptop it worked, but he went on a trip to california, so i used my desktop but when i opened IMGburn it said there was no disk in the drive when there was, any ideas on how to fix this?
     
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    How old is the desktop :unsure: There is a slim chance its old enough to only support CD's.
     
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    its a 08 alienware
     
  11. Lucif3r

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    Ummm..... a PC DVD cant read a Wii disc, except a very rare LG drive.
     
  12. gamerperson
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    ok... then how do i read it?
     
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    would a mac work?
     
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    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Nope.

    IIRC, you can try using BlueDump or SuperDump on your Wii to dump it to SD.
     
  15. gamerperson
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    could a super drive work
     
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    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    If you mean a Mac Superdrive, then no, I've already said that Macs won't work.

    Those are the models that work:

    Hitachi LG GDR-8161b (IDE)
    Hitachi LG GDR-8162b (IDE)
    Hitachi LG GDR-8163b (IDE)
    Hitachi LG GDR-8164b (IDE)
    Hitachi LG GDR-H10NBLK (SATA)

    Nothing else will do. NOTHING.
     
  17. gamerperson
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    that stinks, i'm just wondering but why can't most drives read wii disks
     
  18. Lucif3r

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    Because PC DVDs isnt designed to read console games. Its also a mean of preventing piracy.
    If you could simply stick the disc in your PC and dump it you wouldnt even have to buy a Wii (just play in Dolphin), which equals less $$ for Nintendo.
    Burned console games can be read from a PC though, because they were made from a DVD burner capable of reading the disc.

    But why dont you just dump the game with whatever USB loader you are using on the Wii? Or any other disc dumping homebrew thats available for the Wii.
     
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    i was wondering how to get the stuff to make my own custom quests