Hacking Need help with dumping games with wudump

Just a N00bie™ Gamer

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as the title said, I need help.

I can get Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo Land to dump through ddd, but whenever I try to dump with wudump, it would stop at 17152MB and 320MB, respectively.

I tried cleaning the discs with isopropyl alcohol multiple times, still no difference. Even when I go to a nearby game shop to clean the discs of possible scratches! I'm not sure what is causing the problem as the only thing I can think of is the optical drive itself. I also checked the disc itself for possible scratches or marks, but I don't see anything major

EDIT: I forgot to mention, after cleaning the discs at the game shop, Nintendo Land got up to 336MB on wudump
 
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okay, so there definitely must be an issue with the optical drive, cause it would stop between the red and green lines.
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Although, with restarting ddd each time, it would get one file farther than the last, not really sure on what that means...

also, bump
 
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why not just download from NUS? seems like you own the game so its not even like its unethical. I'm pretty sure I ripped my smash disc with WUD and installed it with the Brazilian method, no problems. As long as you install to the same destination as your current save and updates it shouldn't be an issue.

The other thing to try is get a friends WiiU and rip it on there. It could just be your wiiu. Although you would need one that wasn't updated.
 
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