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    Ripping from wii sd to usb hdd

    I have seagate hdd connected to wii via ide/usb powered adaptor.The problem I have, is
    it possible without having to unplug the hdd from the wii every time I have to install game using WBFS, Rip/Transfer wii sd to usb hdd connected to wii. Help thank you.

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    You can insert the game disc on the wii. And rip it directly to the hdd from usb loader gx or any other usb loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardsito View Post
    You can insert the game disc on the wii. And rip it directly to the hdd from usb loader gx or any other usb loader
    I have tried usb loader gx, It states install dvd I wowould like to install wii sd instead .it does not have wii sd>usb hdd

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    How are the games getting on your SD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    How are the games getting on your SD?
    I am loading the games on the hdd then plugging it back in to wii which is other side of house big hassle.I would like to install iso game onto sd from pc and take it to wii and transfer it to hdd connected to wii.

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    Your posts are too suspicious to merit my help and the answer is no anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    Your posts are too suspicious to merit my help and the answer is no anyways.
    Why? What make you think that,we all want to help each other,thats what wiihacks is all about

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    How are the ISOs getting on your PC and then your SD if you are not ripping your games to HDD? LOL

    Believe me I help a great deal only to the point where I'm not going to get myself in trouble for violating site rules.
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    sorry but I am not ripping I am transfering legal dumped game to sd card and want to tranfer them to hdd

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    K. I'll go against my better judgment and bite. Then how are you legally dumping the games to your PC?
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