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Thread: Mario Kart Wii Custom Tracks (USB Loading AND Backup Discs)

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    THANKS for this apps i going to use and who knows
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    Hello, I have tried two different ISOs and one of them is 140MB with 0 files opposed to 2704MB with 2007 files in your examples. The second one is 143MB with 0 files, I am wondering if this has to do with the fact that I do not have the option to navigate to Partition 0 - DATA > Race > Course?? If anyone can point me in a direction it would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance, Elyk

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    Quote Originally Posted by elyk93 View Post
    Hello, I have tried two different ISOs and one of them is 140MB with 0 files opposed to 2704MB with 2007 files in your examples. The second one is 143MB with 0 files, I am wondering if this has to do with the fact that I do not have the option to navigate to Partition 0 - DATA > Race > Course?? If anyone can point me in a direction it would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance, Elyk
    actually is partition 1 data>race>course

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    casper666 is correct, use partition 1 to access the game data. When I wrote this up I overlooked that I had burned a scrubbed iso. Generally partition 0 = update data , partition 1 = game data. The guide has also been updated to reflect this.

    @casper Glad you're getting some enjoyment out of it. Is that a video of you playing, what's the name of the texture on the tree level? I like the starry night vibe.
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    Ok, I had already tried to open all of them though and i just don't have any options such as the plus(expand?). Could be because of the size or am I simply not doing it properly??

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    If neither partition has the game info in it, it's probably just a bad iso. I know you said you tried two, do either of them work in your usb loader (without patching)? If not, definitely just a bad iso.
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    I do not think that it is because it is a bad ISO, the first one is what I got off my backup by using imgburn, and the disc has always worked well, the second one though may be a bad ISO but how could I tell?

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    When you look at the iso in wiiscrubber you should see 1 or 2 drop-down menus. Choose the one that says "+ Partition:X - DATA (0) (MarioKartWii)"

    X can be 1 or 0 depending on if your iso is scrubbed. The important part is selecting the partition that has the word 'DATA' in it, and not 'UPDATE'.

    When you hit the + sign the files will drop down in a long list that looks similar to the 1st picture in the guide. If there are no files present, it's a problem with the iso.

    Like this:
    Last edited by Ithian; 03-07-2010 at 10:48 AM.
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    You may be right about the ISO having something wrong with but I don't understand why it would work to play, I even tried copying the image multiple times with the same result, i didn't realize we could post pics :P and after trying I have no clue how you did lol
    if you could tell how i'd show you, by the I have no drop menus whatsoever

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    If your iso doesn't show files like the image above, you're going to need to get ahold of an iso that does. I wish i could help further but it is what it is.

    To post images put img tags around the link: [ img ]imagelink.jpg[/ img ] - take out the spaces. You can also click the icon to insert the link, and it will create img tags for you.
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