Rip ISO from disc to hard drive?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by cheez203, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. cheez203
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    cheez203 GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi Guys.

    I download The Conduit and burnt it to a backup disc and deleted the iso from my hardrive after. Is their a way i can copy the iso from the disc back to my hard drive? Windows Doesnt show the iso file at all. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Fluganox

    Fluganox GBAtemp Regular

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    Unless you have a certain drive (can't think of the name off the top of my head, LG something) no computer can understand a back-up once its been burnt. The only way to get it back is to dump it using your Wii, by either USB loader or SuperDump etc.
     
  3. rip-it-up

    rip-it-up GBAtemp Regular

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    i thought you could use raw dump2.0 with any burnt disc, you just need the lg drive if you wanna rip a retail game,
    i might be wrong though as i have a lg drive so i never have issues.
     
  4. longtom1

    longtom1 Keep an eye on my posts cause I quick edit frequen

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    Wii backup manager for windows or imgburn will make a iso from a burned disk
     
  5. cheez203
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    cheez203 GBAtemp Regular

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    Thanks For your answers! Device Manager says i have a hl-dt-st-dvd+-RW GSAh31n drive. What company made that drive? Device Manager just says (Standard CD-ROM drives) under Manufacturer. Can anyone help me or post a link that can help me figure out what kind of drive that is? Thanks in advance!
     
  6. madtamski

    madtamski GBAtemp Fan

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    IMGBurn can also create an ISO from a backup wii disk
     
  7. tj_cool

    tj_cool Site dev

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    Only 5 kinds of LG drives can read Wii originals, but all drives read backups (not a surprise knowing that every drive can burn backups [​IMG])
     
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