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    You should be able to examine the contents of a Wii iso (to some extent anyway) with WiiScrubber. WiiScrubber allows you to see the partitions and stuff and also how the iso is origanised. If it was corrupted then it wouldn't show.

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    ya try with wii scrubber or brickblocker..just load the iso n c what it tells..

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    Well, I am new to some of this stuff. With Wiiscrubber and brickblocker are these apps you use on the PC or through the Wii?

    UltraISO may not open iso's but it can mount them to a virtual drive in which you can then view the contents.

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    Wiiscrubber and Brickblocker are both PC programs and you won't have to muck around setting up virtual drives.

    Google them and you shall find them.

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    I did find them both. I am not sure really what to do with them now that I have them. I have read about them a bit and messed with them but not sure how they benefit me?

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    I thought the point here was to verify an ISO you've downloaded?

    Open WiiScrubber and choose the Load ISO option. If after this it says it can't be read or it's not valid then you know where you are. If it comes up with WII Disc Partition 1, Partition 2 information then it looks good.

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    Ultra ISO is not made to "open" or "mount" Wii ISO's

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    Here is an app for your computer, Wii Update Manager 1.2, if your ISO is a valid IOS, this program will recognize it, tell you what region it is, and other stuff. If you have a bad ISO it will not recognize it.

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    ok, cool Then it looks like the ISO is good, but I can not seem to burn it correctly or get it to work on the Wii. I DL a different iso, burned it, launched it with Gamma, and I got a blue screen with the #002 error. It said shut it off and read the manual. ??

    So what do I do now? run the Brickblocker?

    I guess I meant the other ISOs mount with UltraISO. I forgot Wii's a are a bit different. I have been using Ultraiso to mount the WIndows 7 beta's.

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    so, after some googling, it looks like I need to find Waninkoko's cIOS38 rev13b to avoid the #002 errors.
    Last edited by highaltitude; 06-16-2009 at 01:11 PM.

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