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    Split up an RAR File?

    Hi! I bought a used copy of COD: MWR that was REALLY scratched up and the game wouldn't install properly when using CFG Loader in my 4.1u Wii.

    Since I couldn't back it up through the disc drive, I tried downloading a backup of the game off the internet. I have a problem though. My HD is entirely Fat32 and when I tried to extract the RAR files to ISO, I got the usual >4GB File Size error. I'm wondering if there is any way I could extract these RAR files to something under 4GB or even split it up, or even just convert the RAR directly to a .wbfs file for my WBFS folder.

    Thanks for your help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by asianguy247 View Post
    Hi! I bought a used copy of COD: MWR that was REALLY scratched up and the game wouldn't install properly when using CFG Loader in my 4.1u Wii.

    Since I couldn't back it up through the disc drive, I tried downloading a backup of the game off the internet. I have a problem though. My HD is entirely Fat32 and when I tried to extract the RAR files to ISO, I got the usual >4GB File Size error. I'm wondering if there is any way I could extract these RAR files to something under 4GB or even split it up, or even just convert the RAR directly to a .wbfs file for my WBFS folder.

    Thanks for your help!
    You guys rock!
    I do not know if i can replie to this but you do say you own it I will take your word for it. Have you tried using a manager like wii backup manager? after u extract the rar into an iso on your computer hard drive load it on your hd with a manager that automaticaly converts it or scrubs it for you.
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