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    usb loader gx game dumps help please

    ive done a few dumps using usb gx and it was ripping at 3.2mb/s last nite, i tried some more to day but rtransfer rate has decreased to 2.00mb/s roughly,

    any ideas why

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    What are you dumping onto? I had really slow speeds with a thumb drive, got another one, and saw a 600% speed increase. They would start off fast, then dwindle down and die the more I ripped as the drive heated up. I use a 16GB Kingston thumb drive to transfer them.

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    Could be the state of the game disc. I noticed that some of mine went really really slow.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmailturds View Post
    What are you dumping onto? I had really slow speeds with a thumb drive, got another one, and saw a 600% speed increase. They would start off fast, then dwindle down and die the more I ripped as the drive heated up. I use a 16GB Kingston thumb drive to transfer them.
    am using a 8gb sandisk micro sd in a usb card reader, was 3.2 last night but today only 2.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Could be the state of the game disc. I noticed that some of mine went really really slow.
    so would an original disc transfer faster than a backup disc

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    Never backed up a backup. I would buy another thumb drive and see what speeds you get on it. I took about 4 back to the store before I found a brand with quick speeds. If you're not impressed with the difference you won't be out any money if you keep your receipt. Playing dumb works miracles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmailturds View Post
    Never backed up a backup. I would buy another thumb drive and see what speeds you get on it. I took about 4 back to the store before I found a brand with quick speeds. If you're not impressed with the difference you won't be out any money if you keep your receipt. Playing dumb works miracles.
    well i do run all me backup games in gx from my 320gb iomega drive, which i still get the 2.0mb/s , so it could be the discs that have reduced the rate, gonna give an original game a try, see if it speeds up

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    just for ur info

    i backed up original zelda and it transferred at 6mb/s with usb loader gx

    all my backup games on dvd-r all transfer at 2.0mb/s with usb loader gx

    funny that like

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    Good to know. I've been wondering how backing up a backup would go. Never had to do it.

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    i'm in the same boat

    i get around 6mbps when doing original games, and 2.0mbps or less when i do backups.

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