md5sum for GH6: Warriors of Rock (PAL)

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Oct 6, 2010
  1. Dteyn
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    Just wondering if I have a bad rip of GH6: Warriors of Rock (PAL version). When I convert it to WBFS format and place it in \wbfs, USBLoader GX shows the size as 0.00gb which seems to mean it's corrupt. I've tried several different WBFS managers and all end up the same.

    The file I have has the following md5sum:
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    02c13b2a7614be061e6e2e5fa52205a4 *ws_gh6wor_pal_m5.iso
    If anyone else has the same file, can you check the md5sum of it and post it in this thread?
     
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    No ive got My_dump_of_GH6!.iso

    ''cause i use backup, no downloads [​IMG]
     
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    lol, who buys games anymore. Especially good games that you want and are really fun. Pointless xD
     
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    yeah, supporting developers is totally lame
     
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    glad i could help.
     
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    Supervisor raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Please, keep on track. If you don't have the answer's to OP question, then don't reply. Thanks.
     
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    try "wit verify" (wiimms tools) to check the internal hash values.
     
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    So it seems WIT is verifying the ISO as good based on the internal hash values, yet I still can't get it to copy over to WBFS properly. I tried with WIT as well as Wii Game Manager and Wii Backup Manager to transfer the game, all end up with the file size as 0.00gb when loaded in USBLoader GX.

    What is the correct command to convert an ISO to WBFS (game data only)? I tried 'wit -P copy file.iso file.wbfs' and as mentioned it seemed to have the same problem as the others.


    raulpica: Thank you for keeping this thread on track. Much appreciated.
     
  10. sum182

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    i used WBFS intelligent gui to do it. Whenever i opened the game in it, it only came up as .00gb, but when i transferred it to the hdd it showed up as the correct size and played fine. Regionfrii also didnt recognize the game for me when i tried to change the region to ntsc.
     
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    seconded - good luck getting your warez to work, dude.
     
  12. Wiimm

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    You can also test the WBFS file
    Code:
    # check wbfs
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs check
    
    # dump data structure to screen
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs dump
    
    # dump data structure to screen with disc info
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs dump --long
    
    # dump data structure to file with disc info
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs dump --long >file.txt
    
    # verify whole wbfs
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs verify
    
    # verify one disc of wbfs
    wwt -p /path/to/wbfs verify --include id6
    # or
    wit verify /path/to/wbfs/id6
    replace "-p /path/to/wbfs" by "--auto" if you have exact one (USB-)WBFS drive connected to you computer.
     

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