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    downloading iso vs rar?

    *hope this is the appropriate posting place, not sure that my issue is specific to the drive key but thats what Ive got so I thought Id put it here..

    Hi I have burnt and played a copy of mario galaxy2, everything was fine but when I got it, it was already in iso format. Sense then Ive gotten red steel 2 and epic mickey both of which were rar files wen I extract them w/ 7-zip file manager they convert to a iso and go on disc w/ Nero BunLite 10 ok but when I try to play them on my console the disc channel says "error cant read disc"
    Am I doing something wrong or have these just been bad copies?

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    Nope, this is not the right place to ask about piracy help. Read the rules.
    2. Piracy and cheating are neither condoned nor supported by WiiHacks. WiiHacks resources and activities support the precepts of “fair use” of the games purchased by our members.

    a) Asking for or providing information, assistance, sources for, or direct provision of pirated materials, theft, or other illegal activities violate site rules.
    b) There are to be no links to sites that directly provide illegal or pirated material. Members are not to directly provide material or links that provide material in violation of copyright to others using the communications resources of the site. Such material includes, but is not limited to, commercially available Wii game ISOs and WiiWare and Virtual Console games. As a copy of the Wii's NAND may have copyrighted downloadable content, a link to a NAND copy may only be posted if specifically requested by site staff in the Brick Forum.
    c) To assist our members in making backup copies of their legally purchased games, members are allowed to identify and provide links to sites that list or track sources of game ISOs. Links to open source material are allowed.
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    Last edited by skellinator; 01-24-2011 at 05:34 AM.

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