Batch replace files?

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  1. D34DL1N3R
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    D34DL1N3R Nephilim

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    Is there anything that can batch replace files inside a Wii iso?
    I'd rather not have to go through hundreds of files one by one using Wiiscrubber.
     
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  3. giantpune

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    just use the partition builder that comes with wiiscrubber for replacing a bunch of files. if you are wanting to take a official game and replace a lot of files, just dump the entire iso to a bunch of files/folders. then replace the stuff you want to by just using windows explorer (drag & drop). then when you are done, use the partition builder to make it into a iso again.
     
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    D34DL1N3R Nephilim

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    Thanks. Now I feel dumb, lol. Sometimes the simplest things are right in front of your face. [​IMG]
     
  5. wiizil

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    I tried doing a similar thing as suggested above but when loading a re-built partition, wiiscrubber either says it's BAD and doesn't show any files, or it will crash. what's the secret?
     
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    No secret. I just followed the directions that came with Wiiscrubber and it worked fine.
     
  7. wiizil

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    I did everything correctly but I keep getting this, both in partition builder and in wiiscrubber 1.4..
    http://i50.tinypic.com/2ywfzfs.jpg
    http://i45.tinypic.com/2n6i061.jpg

    I'll have to stick to replacing files 1 at a time then. - speaking of which - is there a way to stop wiiscrubber doing its re-parse?
    scrolling down through the directory hierarchy every time isn't exactly ideal.