Can not load Mario Kart with Wii Backup Manager

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May 13, 2010
  1. bgkiller
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    Newcomer bgkiller Newbie

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    I have successfully moved several ISOs to my USB drive (WBFS partition) with Wii Backup Manager (0.3.5 beta 1),
    but with Mario Kart (PAL) I get an error.
    The log says

    10:44:28 (WiiDisc.DoFiles) Failed to allocate memory for FST 4152295800
    10:44:28 (WiiDisc.DoDisc) Error Reading partition 3 type = 2

    Anybody who knows what the problem is?

    /bgk
     
  2. kimikal27

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    wow
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    u mean, u cant upload the game to the disc right?
     
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    Right.
    Moving game-ISO from Windows mounted HDD to external USB HDD (WBFS partition) with the Windows program Wii Backup Manager.
    /bgk
     
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    Found a workaround, but not a nice one.
    Burned it to DVD and had USB loader GX to import it from DVD for me.
    /bgk
     
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    I had the same problem.

    ^ link provided didn't solve the issue. I'll just use WBFS manager to copy it to a WBFS drive instead.
     
  7. Flamey87

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    Sorry for bringing up an old thread.. Just wanted to say that switching from Wii Backup Manager 64bit to 32bit fixed the problem for me.
     
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    Imho it would be better for most people to finally let go of wbfs partitions.
     
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