LEGO Batman: The Videogame. Need MD5SUM

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  1. kolosus
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    kolosus GBAtemp Regular

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    I have the actual physical disk. I'm ripping it on to a usb drive so that I can play it and not have to worry about straching the disk or otherwise. I'm using USB Loader GX to do this.

    I find conflicting reports on what the md5 should be of the game. I get a file called RLBEWR.wbfs but the md5 of it sites say one and others a different md5sum.

    Maybe one site is using .iso while another is using .wbfs. Someone please help, point me in the right direction. I dont want to play the game and half way through the game it freezes or something. What should the correct md5 of the file RLBEWR.wbfs be? Thanks.
     
  2. ScarletDreamz

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    that depends on several SEVERAL things, but if its ripped with usbloadergx, theres nothing that can go wrong.
     
  3. kolosus
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    Oh. Interesting. I'm hoping the usb stick doesn't crap out on me or something like that. I'm worried that it has bad sectors and somehow the dumped game is corrupt.
     
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    If you are worried about your drive having bad sectors, you can scan it with Flash Memory Toolkit or Check Flash.

    if its an HDD you can use h2testw.
     
  5. GreyWolf

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    Rip it with CleanRip to an SD card. It will verify the game after it's done.

    LEGO Batman's NTSC-U MD5 hash for the unmodified disc image should be 801d9722e4d61df0fdd9f35a9a5d91f7
     
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    wii games are signed, so it's much easier and safer to just verify the images.

    http://wit.wiimm.de/wwt/cmd-verify.html