Converting .7z into .iso for WiiSX
Hey all, I'm usually able to figure this stuff out on my own but it's been a couple of hours so I decided to hop back on here.
I just got WiiSX, a Playstation 1 emulator for the Wii. My Playstation 1 roms arr in .7z format.
On Mac, I can use ez7z to unpack the .7z file into 26 .bin files and a .cue file.
AnyToISO 3.4 for mac can convert a SINGLE .bin file into an .iso, but I need to find out how to get ALL of the bin files into an .ISO...
Or... I need to convert the .7z into an .ISO somehow... so far I have been unable to load the game by doing the following.
-Zipping and compressing the .7z into a .zip then converting to .ISO (WiiSX loader goes back to homebrew)
-Loading the .CUE file (WiiSX loads the file, but when you hit play it comes up with an error
-Zipping and compressing all of the .bins into a .zip file (WiiSX loader goes back to homebrew)
So, anyway to get this .7z to a .ISO?
Last edited by nightstah; 03-18-2013 at 07:08 PM.
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What would happen if, instead of downloading them, you put your PS1 games into your computer and ripped them? That's how I did mine but I have a PC not a Mac.
Last edited by SNES_Master; 03-18-2013 at 06:09 PM.
I have not been able to get WiiSx to work properly at all myself. Is there a guide for it anywhere?
Yeah, I got one game to load but I couldn't get it to recognize my gamecube controller or my classic controller. I couldn't start the game and was only able to see the title screen.
I have only one bios file, is there supposed to be 2?
You can play burned iso from DVD, but can you play retail discs?
maybe I'll give it another shot.
Do you have to tell the emulator to find the bios or is it automatic when you put it in the right location?
I have not tried this method, and apologize before hand from where it is coming from, but this might help. I DO NOT condone pirating of any sort.
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EDIT: ezwider, since the link got removed, google "psx game multiple bin files" and go to the coolrom forum that gives detailed instructions on how to combine them into a single iso/img
Last edited by pyrocide; 03-21-2013 at 11:29 AM.
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