Very nice guide. I scrubbed a few games and they worked
I'm a newbie to all this, but would you reccomend scrubbing everything? I'm using the softmod guide by http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html and I wondered whether scrubbing may result in less playability from a USB drive? Or is it only positives
Thanks a lot for your guide
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I'm currently alternating the DOL file to be able to play RedSteel on burned DVD and I would like to ask :when I replace the new .dol file, is it normal that the name of the file displayed in the application, remains the same as the old one? If it does, then I click scrub and Burn to new DVD?
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Thx in advance
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Hi new to all this too and have been wondering what happens to " key.bin and kkey.bin" files when generated" I'm also trying to understand why you might want to extract the wads and what you then do with them when extracted? Hope you can help, thanks
Extract files from update partition
If you want to extract the IOS wads from the update partiton, expand the partiton: Partition 0 - Update (0)
Then expand the _sys part. You should have several wad files, right click and press extract to extract them
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Key.bin and kkey.bin are made in the same directory that makekeybin.exe was in.
Originally Posted by morphirr
Most people usually want to extract the wad to install the IOS that the game needs to play.
I understand that Key.bin and kkey.bin are generated but what happens to them after they have been generated? Do you add them to the ISO? I also wanted to know how you make the patched *.dol file. I tried it with NSMB and there was a PAL region PATCH from another tutorial that I used, (the *.dol file may have already been PATCHED,but the game worked fine, so I'm not sure if I did it or not) is this region PATCH used for all games or do I need a different one for each *.dol file/game??
What if I open the file and it doesn't say all that? Mine has no name no region, bad update partition and bad data partition . Oh and 0 files approximately 140 MB. HHMMM.
Just being a little silly here..
usbloader gx and wbfs compress iso's and originals. I had a about 10 originals that went in, some really small, some not so. Original 4GB iso go in much smaller also.
Does WiiScrubber compress them even more?
Hey guys this might sound like a question not worthy of answering but, I have read up a little bit about wii scrubber.
My only intrest in wii scrubber is saving room, currently have 1tb usb hard drive with a 20gb fat part full of old school emulated games and the other 900 plus gb's is wbfs format and has 460 wii games and it has less than 1gb left, so im am running out of room.
From what I have learned if Im not mistakin is that wii scrubber saves room on hard drives that are not already wbfs format like ntsc it makes the 4.37 gb look like the size it is on a wbfs
So if im already using a usb formatted to wbfs than i am not gonna gain much out of this, before i get started scrubbing 460 wii games can someone please verify if i am right or wrong.
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WBFS auto-scrubs games when put onto your HD via that method.
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This was in a read me
its in spanish but i can tell it says 4.37Gb then scrubber 970Mb
im thinking maybe they made a mistake whith the numbers because on the wbfs manager and my wbfs formatted usb hard drive it says its like 3.90Gb
Can someone tell me this was a typo, because I have read that wii scrubber is not gonna make a 3.90Gb wii game that small
- Idiomas: Multi 5
- Genero: Acentura
- Tamaņo de la ISO: 4,37 Gb Scrubber 970Mb
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