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    Smile LG GDR-8164B DVD-ROM READS WII games...

    Something i found for all newbies...

    If u get a hold of one of these and u don't want to install it in your computer u can buy this USB 2.0 to SATA / IDE 2.5” 3.5” Adapter Cable + Power not sure how to get power to it but u can...U can use rawdumper 2.0 with it....

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    Sorry wasn't sure were to put it...

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    I think using the LG drive to rip game discs has seen better days. Don't see much talk about them anymore. Ppl either download or rip with USB Loader, and I think there is a super dumper kind of like Wii Dumper but faster.

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    Yeah i know what your saying...were can i get this super dumper from....

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    I never used it, but I have seen it posted here somewhere.

    I think I may have located it in dogeggs collection, LOOK HERE.
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    problem is i don't have a HDD for the wii cost around 130 bucks that i don't have...I know the LG GDR-8164B DVD-ROM would be the way to go for the time been...I don't mind doing wifi transfer but 2 hours is a long time to....lol

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    Use a usb memory stick or a SD card, the USB Loader will scrub the ISO (I think the super dumper will too). Most games are under 4 GB scrubbed. So you could use a 4GB storage device, I have an 8GB sandisc USB stick, I can rip any game to it. Then when you get it to your computer you can burn it with IMGburn to a disc.

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    looking at that now..I have a 2gig card so i would have to split it 2 or 3 times...Looking for a program to use for the wii....

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    BTW is it fast to dump on sd card.....

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    Once you have all the parts on your Wii, you might beable to use an app called HJsplit to put the parts together, HJSplit - Download, look there.

    Dump with super dumper, not wii dumper, I used wii dumper on a Gamecube game an it took 2 hours.

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