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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by bored7one4, Dec 20, 2006.
Can you back up Wii games yet? my kids ruin two games already
What do u mean ruined .. so ur kids just randomly destroy ur discs?
I'd beat them...
0o How can you just destroy a disk without even trying? Keep them away from it...
Unforunately, you can't at the moment, until somewhere figures out how to. They will have to create a mod chip, etc, before we can play back-up games! Can't wait till they do, I want backup of my games too!
Here it is...
Wii get Hacked or fake?
Well I think its fake, but if it's not I'd sure like to know how he did it! Haha, something about having a "bootloader" through the Photo Channel doesn't sound right, LOL
My main concern is that, assuming that it is really, which is completely debatable. Will that interfere with any online capablities including future multiplayer gaming? I know this happened with XBox mod chips inhibiting online play on Live!.
Probably so, but I bet someone will find another way around that too eventually!
Is there even a program yet out there then will make an .ISO or BIN/CUE or something of the Wii disc to copy it? As far as I know, most people haven't even got by that part yet...
I believe Alcohol 120% is capable, could be wrong.
with only 1 post, it looks like your trying to back up games illegally.. although, i prolly don't know what i'm talking aboutut:
Let's not get into that on this thread... It's not even possibly yet so no need in talking about it yet...
Hmmmm, give it a try and let me know what you come up with!
You are able to make the .ISO but:
1. I don't have disks to burn it
2. Even if I could burn them I don't have a modded Wii.
One step closer! I'll give it a try later! Figure out how to make the mod and make your millions, LOL
Programs are my forte, not hardware.:thumbsup:
Didnt take long for jack sparrow to pop up:thumbsup:
I don't see how you're making an .ISO with Alcohol, my computer will not even recognize the disc. What kind of drive are you using? Name brand, type?
actualy laws allow you to have one backup copy of any software you have but it is not to be distributed or lent/given to people.