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Will give this a try, my wii is collecting dust, because tbh I rather play on my gaming rig. I gave up on trying to hook up my wii to my rig a few months back when I found out I needed a $50 adapter to make it work.
    
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frown.gif My disc drive cant read my Wii games, would love to be able to play them in high res frown.gif

Download ImgBurn and create iso files. Dolphin cant read wii discs, only iso images.
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Got mine hooked up two weeks ago almost working great +REP FOR DOLPHIN lol
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I'm currently in process of dumping MK:DD, MK:Wii and MP2:E to my PC. Can't wait to play Dolphin!! biggrin.gif
   
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Do you even need a sensor bar? I get the impression that you don't need one after reading over the site.
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Is there any way to rip the game files from the disc w/o soft-modding the console? I bought a wii about 2 weeks ago from a local pawn store (I wasn't in the market for one, but my friend who knows the owner hooked me up with a sweet deal that I simply couldn't refuse) and would definitely like to check out emulating the few games I currently have on my rig. I'm sure I'll wind up venturing into homebrew, but atm I don't have the time to pursue this.
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Is there any way to rip the game files from the disc w/o soft-modding the console? I bought a wii about 2 weeks ago from a local pawn store (I wasn't in the market for one, but my friend who knows the owner hooked me up with a sweet deal that I simply couldn't refuse) and would definitely like to check out emulating the few games I currently have on my rig. I'm sure I'll wind up venturing into homebrew, but atm I don't have the time to pursue this.

That's really simple. Put the game in your computer and remove the software with something like the Wii Backup Manager or some other game management program. Give me a minute and go find the stuff.

Edit: Use WBFS Manager.

http://wbfsmanager.codeplex.com/

Probably the best wbfs manager out there. There are other one. GBAtemp has an entire list of them. Just check the wiki.

http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/Main_Page

On a real Wii, you could also do that and add the Homebrew Channel and download a USB Backup Loader. IMO WiiFlo is the best. Again, GBAtemp has a list of most if not all of them.

http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/USB_Loader_Releases

WiiFlo seems to have the most features.
Edited by HybridCore - 12/3/11 at 7:27am
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Thanks for the info, but I'm not sure that will actually just rip it off of the disc. I think hyou use that to format your HDD when you do a disc rip via wii homebrew and then after to view them. I've been googling around and there doesn;t seem to be a solution without doing a little homebrew. (rep) I may just wind up modding it this weekend anyway.
Edited by Infinite Jest - 12/3/11 at 7:51am
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Thanks for the info, but I'm not sure that will actually just rip it off of the disc. I think hyou use that to format your HDD when you do a disc rip via wii homebrew and then after to view them. I've been googling around and there doesn;t seem to be a solution without doing a little homebrew. (rep) I may just wind up modding it this weekend anyway.

Well, I used WiiBackupManager and I was allowed to rip the .iso image. You can rip it out as other formats too. It works perfectly fine on my Wii. I have this cheapo Chinese Wii (although it came with Japanese as the preset language) with the Homebrew Channel which runs Configurable USB Loader (one of the backup bootloaders on the GBATemp site). I have a 320GB hard drive that I formatted to FAT 32 since the Wii doesn't accept NTFS (I forgot what program I used) which has the .iso images. I select the source the USB loader reads from (which I set to USB) and all of my games are there.

Simply put, it should rip it off the disc. I do have games that actually work with the CD drive but those I purchased in China. I think they use the NTSC-J format (or something like that but I'm pretty sure my Wii is land locked).
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So you're saying I should just be able to pop the game disc into my pc, run this, and I should be able to rip the game files off or am I over-simplifying this? ATM, I'm a complete Wii newb, so bear with me here. rolleyes.gif
Edited by Infinite Jest - 12/3/11 at 8:21am
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