what do i do now?

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  1. JacobReaper
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    JacobReaper I Love You....

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    okay, i downloaded the backup, i have a bunch of blank DVD's.. now.. what do i do? do i just open the blank DVD as a folder then drag the backup things in the folder? thanks in advance, i think thats what i do [​IMG] not really but..

    or do i have to have a special program to burn it on the blank DVD? thanks [​IMG]

    i mean ISO [​IMG]
     
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    Phailus maximus...

    If you are talking about an iso for a particular Nintendo-manufactured home console then have a look at IMGBurn...
     
  3. JacobReaper
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    okay so there a a BUNCH of files when i downloaded it, do i just kinda run it through IMGBurn and burn it to my blank DVD?

    whats unscrambling?

    is it possible to trim ISO's?



    thanks a lot in advance
     
  4. 2cb2ct7

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    What are you talking about?!

    If you have a bunch of ".rar" files, r01, r02, r03 etc... You need to "unrar" them with WinRAR.

    That should give you a single ".iso" file. You can burn this with IMGBurn.

    If you need any more help I suggest this site
     
  5. JacobReaper
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    oooooohhohohohhh so IMGBurn makes it into one file??

    im confused.. and then i just open the DVD folder and drag it in there? and, whats unscrambling them do?
     
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    For Burning the ISO, use Alcohol120 %.
    Google that, and get the free trial [​IMG]
     
  7. JacobReaper
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    k, i have that already, then what do i do with IMGBurn? does it make all those files into one?
     
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    Download and install WinRAR http://www.rarsoft.com/rar/wrar371.exe

    Double click the .rar file that should be one of the multiple files you downloaded. Use the extract command within WinRAR to uncompress the multiple files into one large .ISO file.

    Burn the .ISO image with your burning software (IMGburn, ALcohol120%, Nero, etc.)
     
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    Behind pc right now ^^
    Ever tryed the SEARCH option?
     
  10. ZeWarrior

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    Wow, Jacob showed his stupid side today. Unraring with IMGburn hahaha.
     
  11. Nicap

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    Do you guys really think that a guy with 1500+ posts needs help in burning an .ISO? [​IMG]
     
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  13. JacobReaper
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    lol, wellllll, i haven't really been playing with wii.. my DS a LOT but, i don't know much about Wii stuff, thats why i need help [​IMG]
     
  14. altijdwat

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    Burn your Wii games NOT with alcohol but USE imgburn and thats for 1 reason.....you can burn with imgburn on low speed.....the lower your speed the better your DVD will be. Use good (I use verbatim) DVD-R thats the best.