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    Thanks for that. Are you suggesting then that if I start over with a formatted HDD then rip (install) a game using C.U.L. that I should not see the errors? Since I took the long way around and ripped iso's (long story - this was before I had a USB HDD), I was using Wii Backup Manager to transfer them to .wbfs format. Does WBM not automatically scrub on the way to .wbfs?

    This could get hairy in a hurry, since I already have (presumably) clean iso's which my FAT32 drive can't handle. I'll figure out the best way to get the files off and back on. I just thought it might be something worse like an IOS or cIOS problem (even though I'm pretty sure I brick-proofed it). But if I can't rip everything with C.U.L. (e.g. discs are too scratched) will I need to look at WiiScrubber in addition to WBM, or should that not be necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianakin View Post
    Thanks for that. Are you suggesting then that if I start over with a formatted HDD then rip (install) a game using C.U.L. that I should not see the errors? Since I took the long way around and ripped iso's (long story - this was before I had a USB HDD), I was using Wii Backup Manager to transfer them to .wbfs format. Does WBM not automatically scrub on the way to .wbfs?

    This could get hairy in a hurry, since I already have (presumably) clean iso's which my FAT32 drive can't handle. I'll figure out the best way to get the files off and back on. I just thought it might be something worse like an IOS or cIOS problem (even though I'm pretty sure I brick-proofed it). But if I can't rip everything with C.U.L. (e.g. discs are too scratched) will I need to look at WiiScrubber in addition to WBM, or should that not be necessary?
    Wii Backup Manager scrubs, converts, and splits files too. However, since we don't know if the files you have are corrupted, it's safer just to rip them from the disc. You can use Wii Backup Manager later, but using Cfg to rip the games yourself is best right now. If you have problems with any games, please post the name of the games and if they are scratched.
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