ripping tools

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by drewww75, Jun 27, 2010.

Jun 27, 2010

ripping tools by drewww75 at 9:14 AM (1,023 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. drewww75
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    Newcomer drewww75 Member

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    I am currently using super dump to rip my wii games, but it isent giving me an iso. it is giving me a .bin. Is this the same thing? if not is there another ripper i could download that dosen't need usb support?
     
  2. OSW

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    Should be fine as long as the bin is 4.35 GB, just rename it to .iso

    I can't remember if superdump dumps to multiple parts, but if it does you'll need to merge them too.
     
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    Put all of the .bin files into a folder and run the following command from the cmd prompt (or copy/paste the following into a text file and rename it .bat then double-click on it):

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    copy /b *.bin gamename.iso
    Wait for it to finish (it can take awhile) and then you can delete the .bin files. They're just split parts of the iso because FAT32 drives can't hold files >4gb, which would include ANY 1:1 Wii rip.

    Be sure you put them in their own folder before you do this because if you have any other .bin files in the same folder they will get combined into the .iso and really mess you up. You can also manually specify the files to combine like this (it's just longer to type):

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    copy /b {GAMEID}_00.bin+{GAMEID}_01.bin+{GAMEID}_02.bin+... gamename.iso
     
  4. Thunder7102

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    Couldn't you just use USB Loader GX to get it to rip the game to your HDD, and use WBFS tools to extract the ISO from your HDD?
     
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    There's no reason to still be using WBFS. FAT32 FTW !!
     
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    Wait... now we can use Fat32?! what loader?! what what D8
    FOUND IT!
    Good thing i keep checking this site lol, that i didn't know [​IMG], Now its easier! Awesome
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    aww damn, it seems i gotta install Ios222/223 So then, if i install this ios would it remove anything or have to reinstall Waninokos v19 Ios? or both of them run fine together?

    This quote was taken from another threat here, and the way the guy explains the instllation im not sure if i should use V5 or V4 of hermes ,plus if put Hermes in this Ios38/37/60 < wouldn't his remove the cIOSXr19 from Wanin? :/
     
  7. qwertymodo

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    Installing 249 overwrites 249 (if it exists already). 222 overwrites 222. 223 overwrites 223... see where I'm going here? 222/223/224 has nothing to do with 249 and will not affect it in any way.

    And use Hermes v5(or 5.1) like so:

    222->base38
    223->base37
    224->base57
    202->base57 (or 60, but 57 is better)

    This means you'll have to run the Hermes installer 4 times, since it quits after each installation.

    As far as loaders go, WiiFlow ftw [​IMG]
     

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