Can you help? WiiScrubber indefinite io_seek

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by The King of Rats, Aug 17, 2015.

  1. The King of Rats
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    I'm using WiiScrubber v1.4 and when I try to open up SSBBrawl I get an "io_seek" error. Some people say to just hold enter for a bit and ignore the errors and they goes away, but I've held down enter for 10 minutes with no indication that it's going to stop. After the first "io_seek" error after loading the ISO I get:
    number of secondary partitions: 0x145DA200
    number of tertiary partitions: 0xCB184200
    number of quaternary partitions: 0x205DA200
    primary partition table offset: 0x0
    secondary partition table offset: 0x3e3A86400
    tertiary partition table offset: 0x8C000000
    quaternary partition table offset: 0x0
    ------------------------------------------------​
    Then after clicking through several of the errors I get
    partition: 0x1
    partition offset: 0x4000000
    partition data offset: 0x4000000
    partition data size: 0x0
    H3 offset: 0x4000000
    partition has no valid tmd
    ------------------------------------------------​
    If I continue to click through the errors, the "partition: 0x1" increments indefinitely. (i.e. "partition: 0x2" "partition: 0x3"..."partition: 0x15")
    • I can open other games no problem.
    • I've tried several versions of SSBBrawl with no success. (PAL and NTSC)
    • I've ran as administrator
    • I made sure the key.bin file is in the same directory and entered "42" in the generator
    • Tried with the SSBBrawl ISO in the same directory
    • Tried WiiScrubber v1.3
    • I don't have Dolphin open at the same time
    • I'm on Windows 10, but have tried compatibility mode for other versions of windows with no success.
    Please help!
     
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    The King of Rats Newbie

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    Nevermind. I found out the answer!

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    Ha! I hate when people say they figured it out in forums without posting the solution. So here you go!
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/io-seek.211071/#post-2628075
    I went to the properties of the .iso file and unchecked "read only" and now it works!