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    Burning games from torrents

    Noob question here. I have my wii hacked and ready to go. I've downloaded a game off of bittorrent. It has 11 RAR files in it and all are the exact same thing except for 1. Do I need to extract all these to a folder and burn the img or just one of the files? 1 RAR file has an ISO img in it that is 4.37G. If 1 RAR file will do it, then what are the other 10 for??

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    Probably just uploaded in parts due to upload limits, Just make sure all the RARs are in the same folder and then extract 1, this will extract the rest for you. Then burn with IMGBurn, I hope this helps man, GL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scfross View Post
    Noob question here. I have my wii hacked and ready to go. I've downloaded a game off of bittorrent. It has 11 RAR files in it and all are the exact same thing except for 1. Do I need to extract all these to a folder and burn the img or just one of the files? 1 RAR file has an ISO img in it that is 4.37G. If 1 RAR file will do it, then what are the other 10 for??
    The one RAR file that is 4.37GB has been extracted all ready. Usually all teh RAR files will be the same size and none of them will be 4.37GB until you extract one.

    Usually you just right click on the first one and select extract here, then the full size ISO will appear. Don't worry if the ISO looks like a RAR file, don't try to extract the ISO from the RAR because your computer will not read a Wii ISO. Then when the full size ISO of 4.37GB has been extracted, right click on it and select "burn with IMGburn", that will open IMGburn and you are now ready to burn your ISO to disc.

    I find it easier to keep the ISO and the RAR files in one folder. Once I burn the ISO and the game plays, I usually keep the ISO and delete the smaller RAR files. But how you manage your computer is up to you.

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