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    Question What do i do with these 5 ciso files.

    Have got wii game split into 5 ciso files how do i get it so that i can either burn to dvd or put on usb ext drive?
    Is there software needed to do this?
    Many thanks

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    CISO (compressed ISO) or *.ciso files are used by WBFS Intelligent GUI - The way to use WBFS Intelligent GUI for .CISO files is to write the .CISO from PC to USB drive and then extract the files on the USB drive back to PC as *.ISO.

    WBFS Intelligent GUI differs from WBFS Manager in that it does have partition partition size restrictions. It also uses a modified WBFS code to support add and extract .ciso files.

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    You need an app called HJsplit, HJSplit - Download, look there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    You need an app called HJsplit, HJSplit - Download, look there.
    Thanks for the link.
    Got it back to a single ciso.
    Can i add this to hard drivr via wbfs manager 3?

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    i dont think so, i believe, as gen3sf said above, that you would require a copy of WBFS intelligent gui to transfer a CISO file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buggy View Post
    Thanks for the link.
    Got it back to a single ciso.
    Can i add this to hard drivr via wbfs manager 3?
    You could use a wide variety of programs to add that game onto your hardrive. Personally, I use WBFS Hermes, with simple command prompt execution. I have never heard of the one mentioned above, so I cannot compare and contrast the two.
    Wii 4.1U, 500 GB HDD, cIOS 38 Rev14, USBLoader GX Latest

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    WBFS intelligent gui is what I all ways used until this app was released, ncWBFStool.
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 11-01-2009 at 08:41 AM. Reason: bad spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    WBFS intelligent gui is what I all ways used until this app was released, ncWBFStool.
    o.O that looks very nice!

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    it's sweet, you can even extract in ciso format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    it's sweet, you can even extract in ciso format.
    are cios files significantly smaller? or is it not really worth it?

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