DVD Dumper 1.2 isos are not working...initially
Kinda noobish, so please bear with it, and feel free to redirecct me if this belongs in another thread.
Wii system 4.2U
DVD Dumper 1.2
CIOS 249 Rev 14
(1) Burn with Nero StartSmart Trial Version 188.8.131.52
(1) Burn with ImgBurn 184.108.40.206
*didn't seem to make a difference which software I burnes with-same results
I have Wii DVD Dumper 1.2 installed as a channel (wad) and have dumped isos and thrown away DVDs because they will not play back on Neogamma. I researched and I followed a link (that I cannot retrace now, but I don't think it was here) that in the tutorial had a step to "patch"(?) the iso using Backup Creator with GUI (this was obtained from a link in the guide). Anyway, after "patching" the iso with the Backup Creator, the isos now play.
The games I dumped were/are Wii Play and Wii Sports, since the kids play them consistently and I figured they would end up pretty scratched up and unusable after awhile.
Almost every other guide I've read says that the isos shoulod play directly after being dumped and burned, butt mine have to be patched. Can someone please explain to me what could possibly be wrong with my configuration (bad cios?) and why an iso would need to be patched anyway? There's is obviously a need for it since the program exists, but how's come noone seems to need it anymore except me?
Thanks in advance for your help and insight.
Last edited by letmesee; 11-01-2009 at 01:00 AM.
Reason: Add more info
i have the same exact problem as you... can you post a link to get the backup creator?
Sorry for the delay, but better late than never, right?
This is where I got it...
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If you have a retail/original disc and USB HD, you can use USB Loader GX or any loader that supports ripping to USB HD. Then you can move the drive over to your PC and extract an IOS image via WBFS manager. If you don't have a USB HD, yes there are other ways as mentioned.