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    hi i am trying to copy a game useing this method

    METHOD 2 : WIFI METHOD

    Needed Tools

    1x Wii Connected TO Same Network As PC (Modded/UnModded)
    EmuX WIFI PACK (DOWNLOAD)
    IOS37-64-v2070.wad (Copyrighted, Google It)

    Step 1:
    Place the 3 Wii homebrew applications form the EmuX App Pack into your 'apps' folder in your SD card.

    Step 2:
    Place "IOS37-64-v2070.wad" onto the root of your SD card.

    Step 3:
    Start your Wii, enter the Homebrew Channel, and run the Custom IOS249 Installer. Let it Install.

    Step 4:
    Return to the Homebrew Channel, Insert your Wii/Gamecube Game you wish to Dump and launch the WiiHTTP Dumper APP. It will Setup a WIFI Connection to your PC and Display the IP Address ON SCREEN.

    Step 5:
    Type the IP into the address bar on your PC ( IE Explorer or FireFox), and hit "Enter". Right away, a webpage should appear, listing 3 links.

    Single Layer ISO
    Double Layer IOS
    GameCube ISO

    Select the one which applies to your game. Only Super Smash Bros Brawl IS Dual Layer




    1 problem is that i cannot find the correct wad file , also if i think i found it i try and run custom 249 installer but nothing happens although the wad will install , another issue is that the WiiHTTP Dumper APP keeps says not a valid wii app

    any help please thankyou

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    Is this a guide you are trying to quote? There is no need to make another thread about it when the question can be asked in the thread of that guide (whatever it may happen to be).
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Is this a guide you are trying to quote? There is no need to make another thread about it when the question can be asked in the thread of that guide (whatever it may happen to be).
    thanks for your repky if i could remember where i saw this guide i would ask there but i have been searching all day about this type of copying and still cannot find the correct info thanks

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    If it is not a wiihacks guide, noone in our community would have any experience with it anyway. Also dumping games through wifi is not a good method when all that is needed is an original disk to be inserted into the console and it can be copied to a usb device with almost any usb loader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    If it is not a wiihacks guide, noone in our community would have any experience with it anyway. Also dumping games through wifi is not a good method when all that is needed is an original disk to be inserted into the console and it can be copied to a usb device with almost any usb loader.
    thankyou for your reply i have tried wiiflow and i get a error saying not a wii disc, with gamecube games i use rawdump on a pc and it worked fine untill i got hold of this game in which it wont copy the game is super mario bros melee thankyou

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    If you're copying a GC game, why not just use the Wii to copy it to a SD card?

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