Question about Wii ISOs that are under smaller than 4.7GB

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  1. games2007
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    Hey. I have this ISO->
    Wii Multi-Boot Rom Pack NTSC PAL 2500+ Games
    It's around 2GB and I was going to burn it to a disk. My computer crashed, and all 10 ISOs I downloaded were on there. I was able to recover 5 because I backed them up to a computer but it still sucks...
    Anyway, would I use a WiiScrubber to fill the ISO and make it 4.7GB or could I just burn it at that size and have it work.
    I don't want to waste my DVDs so i don't know...
     
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    Do you read anything for yourself or just create threads for every little question you might have?

    And what happened to "Hey, everyone. I'm sorry for all the questions I've been asking lately, but I just have one last question. I need to know the answer to or recommendation for this." in your last thread about something that's already been discussed over and over?
     
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    I didn't expect my computer to fucking crash, or to have this little number of DVDs. Sorry >_<
    I'll search more but I can never find anything. Maybe I should rephrase how I search for things. I'm sorry =/
     
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    Sorry, not to be a jerk: But your computer crashing has nothing to do with you not knowing how to use WiiScrubber, or looking it up to see if it's something you should use.
     
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    And since the emulator is a gamecube format disc.........

    It wouldn't work adding anything to the disc. You just burn it with imgburn.
     
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    What I was asking was if I actually had to use the wii scrubber.
    Nintendo games are set at 4.7GB
    This isn't a Nintendo-made game.
    It's an ISO made to work on the wii that has 2GB of roms and emulators.
    I was asking whether I was supposed to use the Wii Scrubber or not.
    I know how to use it.
     
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    Nintendo Wii games are 4.7 Gig
    Nintendo GC games are not.

    The emulator disc is a GC format one that came out aons ago.
     
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    I'm pretty sure those are ROMs for emulators not for playing through the Disc Channel
     
  10. games2007
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    But it's an ISO! =.=
    And look what is says: (This is old)
    Notes: works fine with PAL Wii as well, tested with PAL console and Wiikey

    They needed a wiikey to play it back in 2007... so it's probably and ISO. I just don't know whether to use the Wii Scrubber on it or not. Do you think I should anyone?
     
  11. Dack

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    Since I wrote Wiiscrubber I'd say no

    AS THE DISC IS A GAMECUBE FORMAT ONE AND THE EMULATORS RUN IN GAMECUBE MODE.

    WII MODE EMULATORS, AND ASSOCIATED DISC EDITING TOOLS DID NOT APPEAR UNTIL 2008

    But enough banging my head against a wall trying to tell you that.