A little problem with giantpune's fstcreator

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  1. Goku Junior
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    Hi everyone, thanks for reading my problem, well I want to modify Kirby return to dreamland songs (BRSTM like Super Smash Bros. Brawl), but somebody tell me that the new BRSTM file size is longer that the original won't work, so I need to use giantpune's fstcreator to make another one, but when I use it it says this error message [​IMG], in my case says (Oh yes, I speak spanish and my computer is in spanish too so the message error is this)
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    But... I don't know why says this error because it is extracted with DiscEX (you can se the SUKE01, and sys folder) I put the fstcreator.exe in the same folder as fst.bin and boot.bin but it says is stopped working! I don't know what happening, can help me? thanks anyway!
     
  2. DarkMatterCore

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    You're using it the wrong way.

    Code:
    giantpune's fst.bin creatorizer 0.02 (Windows adoption by conanac)
    usage:
    fstcreator <directory> <output file> <boot.bin>
    boot.bin is optional.  if you give one, this will update the size of the fst.bin in that file
    Note the missing "<directory>" argument in your command input. That being said, you should also run the program from a different path, and therefore fix the output fst.bin (and input boot.bin) directories.

    A quick way to do it would be:

    Code:
    MOVE /Y D:\SUKE01\sys\fstcreator.exe D:\
    cd D:\
    fstcreator D:\SUKE01 fst.bin D:\SUKE01\sys\boot.bin
     
  3. Goku Junior
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    Goku Junior GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Yes!, It is working now, the only thing is that replacing the fst.bin and boot.bin in wiiscrubber the ISO is corrupted, but I think it is a bad use in WiiScrubber.
    Thanks!