wbfs manager and adding games...

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by dwarf74, Dec 24, 2010.

Dec 24, 2010
  1. dwarf74
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    Newcomer dwarf74 Member

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    I'm having problems with adding black ops to my drive...

    Here's where I am at this point:
    -I successfully downloaded black ops
    -The folder it's in has a bunch of files.
    -The files contained:
    "pm-codbo.iso"
    "pm-codbo.r00" through "pm-codbo.r29".....these are archived files or whatever
    "pm-codbo.r30" through "pm-codbo.r92".......these are just files
    "pm-codbo.rar"
    "pm-bodbo.sfv"
    -At this point, I'm not sure what to do with these to add the game to the drive. When I drag the .iso file to the manager, it gives me an estimated final size to be 0.00 gb, and doesn't show the name of the game. When I drag the .rar, nothing really happens.

    I have a few other games im having trouble adding because they are set up like this and im not sure what to do.
     
  2. PPSainity

    Member PPSainity Blinded by Science

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    Arrrrrrrrrrrr! I see a pirate be ye! Well shiver me timbers, your booty be locked up in Davey Jones locker....Arrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!

    Seriously though, what you have is a bunch of spanned RAR files. RAR files are like ZIP files. Download and install 7-Zip, it is a free, open-source program that can open ZIP, RAR, TAR, whatever files for you. If the files are good, you should be left with a single ISO file. Before you ask, an ISO file is nothing more than a binary dump of a disc, your WBFS Manager will recognize them.

    -Happy Holidays! []D
     
  3. dwarf74
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    Newcomer dwarf74 Member

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    [​IMG] actually, I have legit discs. I took my wii to a friend's house, and it fell of the top of his shelf cuz of his dog. now my disc slot is pwned and i have to rely on usb loading.
    piracy = bad [​IMG]

    anyways, thanks. I'll try 7-zip [​IMG]
     

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