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    Question Dumping of NGC disc's

    Wondering how to do it, I tried using ImgBurn, but the DVD never comes up.

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    use waninkoko's dvd dumper. It's not the best option, but it usually works

    You could also search for a program called Rawdump. However, it only works with certain dvd drives...


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    The dumper takes ages, is there an alternative program?

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    You have two choices:
    1. Don't play GameCube back-ups.
    2. Wait for the dump to finish.

    It's your choice.

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    There's also SuperDump which allows you to directly dump games from Wii DVD Drive to an external device (USB/SD). It's much faster than any dumper and creates perfect 1:1 copies. Although, I've never tried it on a GC game, I can say it works perfectly on Wii games.

    You can find SuperDump here:
    FileTrip - SuperDump 1.3

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    SuperDump seems do be doing the trick rather nicely.

    What do I do when my USB becomes full?; Do I benchmark DVD drive or benchmark output device?

    I know that's a pretty stupid question.

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