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    Post [Help] Putting .ISO On Disc

    I fallowed Death Angel's tutorial for making Black Ops .ISO smaller, it's smaller now and it's 2.93 GB. I'm wondering how I put it on disc, burn it or what? And also there is one problem, the disc is 4.7 GB and the Black Ops .ISO is 2.93 and when I did try to put it on the disc, it said the .ISO was too big.

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    You don't burn it to a disk, you put it on a flash drive or hard drive and play it from that.

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    You can only play iso's off of a disk if you have an original old Wii, putting the iso on a flash drive is much easier and more convenient and the only option for people with newer Wii's. A flash drive at Walmart is only like $10.00 for 8GB and you can reuse is unlike a disk and hold multiple iso's.

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    I have a USB Drive and is 8.00 GB. I can only hold one .ISO file because it's either 4.37GB or higher.

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