my hard drive is formated to wbfs
i use wbfs manger but some games iso sometimes ethier didnt get on right or
i just got a bad iso
how do i know if it didnt get on right or its a bad iso
I have encountered some bad transfers with wbfs manager before. I would try deleting them off the drive then re-adding them.
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I know of two ways to verify Wii game images but I've never used either. There is a program called Wii DiscCheck floating around and there are commands in WIT you can use. I don't bother...If the dump is bad you'll discover it while playing. You could probably use QtWitGui seeing as how it is just a GUI that sits over WIT but I haven't played around with it that much to know if there is an available option to do so.
could you post some links please
edit:reply to second post
the problems early were because of the iso didnt get on right when i use wbfs manger or
i just had a bad iso so how do i know if its a bad iso
Last edited by redcd; 02-24-2011 at 01:40 PM.
in my eyes an iso is good when it is recognized by the gamemanager you use, in your case wbfs manager, like displaying game size, game title, region etc, correctly. with a bad iso you would instantly get an error when drag and dropping it into the program. however wbfs manager is not the best out there to maintain the game collection on your drive and/or to copy the games to it. see below the link to the fat32 loading guide and find wii game manager/wii backup manager/wii backup fusion, all three very nice programs for that. (i would switch to fat32 loading anyways)