ISOs becoming corrupt

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Frenchies, May 7, 2011.

  1. Frenchies
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    Hello, I use USB Loader GX 2.0 with my collection of Wii games. There are two of which I downloaded from the internet, Twilight Princess and Kirby's Epic Yarn. There are 11 others which I installed from physical copies I already own. I originally went through and made sure they all worked fine, however they've slowly seemed to fall apart. For example, if I clicked on the Twilight Princess cover on the loader screen, it would freeze up and I would have to restart the system completely. Kirby's Epic Yarn now gets to a white screen after the PLEASE PUT ON WII REMOTE COVER AND USE WRIST STRAP LOL screen. One other game, Carnival Games, has lost some of the sound and eventually reaches a black screen.

    Do you think that the ISO files have become corrupt somehow, and if so, how could this have happened and how can I prevent it from happening in the future?
     
  2. tagzard

    tagzard Tagzard the Crazy Dinosaur with Wings.

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    Your iso is probably corrupt. That happend to me before.
     
  3. ChrisRX

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    I've had my WBFS file system corrupt before and whenever I copied a game from the disk, it would write parts of the file over other games. All I can recommend for the moment is don't install any more games yet because that'll only make things worse. Then check your drive using WBFS tools if you're using WBFS, or windows if you're using FAT32 or NTFS. You'll have to delete any files that are corrupt and recopy them to your drive.
     
  4. zizer

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    what about sysCheck ?
     
  5. Frenchies
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    Damn, okay that was sort of what I was worried about.

    All well, would deleting everything with WBFS Manager do the trick? Or should I just reformat and reload everything on there?
     
  6. Hielkenator

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    Are you using a .wbfs formatted drive?
     
  7. Frenchies
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    Yeah, I mean the games were working perfectly fine for a few weeks but then I repeatedly tried to install Super Smash Brothers Brawl but it broke everything I think.
     
  8. PsyBlade

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    there is no such thing
    only wbfs formatted drives
    and .wbfs files on fat or ntfs formatted drives
    which one do you mean
     
  9. zizer

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    use fat32 , wbfs is .....