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Backing up a Wii backup

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by Paul24k, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. Paul24k

    Paul24k Member

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    Does anyone know if it is possible to backup a Wii backup ?

    Will i still need an LG drive ?

    If not,what software & process should i use ?


    Thankyou in advance.
     
  2. bass_hit

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    You need to make a backup of a backup?

    How did you make it in the first place?
    Just do that again.
     
  3. Paul24k

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    I got someone else to back it up for me who i can no longer get hold off.

    One of my kids has today decided to trash my original so i would now like to backup my backup.

    Thank's
     
  4. dakster

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    Rawdump wont' read backups, you need to use nero, or imgburn to read the backup. Basically, copy it like you copy other dvd data discs. I would recommend imgburn, it's a great program. Make sure you check the size too when you're done to make sure you got a good read. As far as I know, there's still not a checksum database for wii games, so checking the size of the ripped .iso is as good as it gets for the time being.
     
  5. rnj9

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    I just tried it last night and it works perfectly. I used Nero and made a “Copy Disc” dvd. Using a laptop, it took an hour for it to copy and another hour to burn at 4x. On the bright side, two hours total isn’t as bad as the dumping process.
     
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    Oner Moderator Staff Member

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    I read at max and burn @ 16x on Prodisc -r media and it is done in less than 8 minutes or so.
     
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    For some reason I thought slower the better?? … I'm just glad it works =)
     

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