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-=Tutorial=- what to do with files .r01, .r02, .001, .002 etc.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by Kafluke, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. DrewnMods

    DrewnMods Member

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    Who ever didn't know that is dumb and should chuck their computer out the window, or just give it to me : )
     
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    I don't think its a must know because I haven't used it because so far all my rar files are always intact. So on rare occasions you would use it =)
     
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    Must i burn all Backups on double layer DVD or normal DVD and which type would work the best
     
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    It all depends on the size of your .iso, for intance if you have a backup of Super smash bros brawl the size of the .iso is bigger than 4.7 gigs, in that case you'll need a double layer dvd. Most of the other games can be burned in regular DVD's. Tip, use good media to burn backups
     
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    That explains it all
     
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    Hi i'm new to all this, can you tell me I have checked that i have all the files, tried to burn it to disk but ImgBurn does not reconise the file, what else are you surposed to do?

    Thanks
     
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  8. Kafluke

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    your problem is that you have "hide extensions for known file types" checked in your folder options.

    You do have a .rar file there but you can't see the extensions to find it. Go to your folder options and uncheck "hide extensions for known file types" and then you will see your .rar file
     

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