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wbfs download by drakorex at 10:46 AM (1,813 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. drakorex
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    Is there any way to download a wbfs file in non torrent form? I dunno, it just seems like torrents take too long
     
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    Yes. But I don't think we should say anymore as it's against the rules.
     
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    Ok, I don't need to know where to download them from, I found a place, so that's a non issue. What I need to know is how to assemble the parts after they're all downloaded. I know winrar is involved, but the most I've done with it so far is extract files, not put them together.
     
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    winrar extract a single file (game = 4Gb)
     
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    I'm afraid I need more to go on >.>
     
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    I don't know winrar myself (why use it when zipgenius, 7-zip and at least a dozen other freeware does the exact same thing), but I bet it's the same: just put all the parts together in a single folder. Then open any single of them (perhaps winrar insists that you open the .rar file, but I doubt it). In any case, you'll see the contents in the window (it'll be called something like "illegally downloaded wiigame.iso" or "somewiistuff.wbfs". Just drag 'n drop that file to somewhere...your desktop or wherever you want it. It'll automatically attempt to extract the file using all parts involved.
     
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    This doesn't have much to do with the wii, just go research how torrents/archives work.
     
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    The difference between a .wbfs file and a .ISO file is that .wbfs is ready for USB loaders, while .ISOs can be burnt into DVD or transfered to .wbfs.

    But since you didn't ask for the differences between the 2 file extensions, I'd say your topic has "pirate" written all over it.
     
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    Let's say that this topic has already been discussed enough [​IMG]

    You should theorically dump your OWN games, y'know [​IMG]

    Closing.
     
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