Need help removing a corrupted Wii save file

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Nov 19, 2012
  1. SSJwiggy
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    Newcomer SSJwiggy Advanced Member

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    I've got a save of Drawn to Life on my Wii that I just cannot remove. I've tried formatting my Wii, deleting it in the System Settings, deleting it through AnyTitleDeleter and other homebrew applications that let me look at the gamesaves on my Wii. I've reached a dead-end and need this file removed because it's stopping me from transferring the data off my Wii to my Wii U (it gets an error when transferring my save data). One possible solution that I don't know how to do is hacking the nand to remove the gamesave and recompiling the nand back together again, but I don't know what that involved. How would I go about doing that or are there other solutions?
     
  2. stev418

    Member stev418 GBAtemp Fan

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    how has AnyTitleDeleter not worked, did it refuse to delete files, or did it not load? and what version of the app have you tried? any other specifics? what folders have you browsed to delete the save?

    On the off chance that your using a version of AnyTitleDeleter that doesnt 'like' your wii, ive made a simple edited version of 1.1 so it works for what i need it for. Ive misplaced the edited source so I just PM'd you a link to try.
     
  3. Pong20302000

    Member Pong20302000 making notes on everything

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    can you not run the game itself and it will detect the corrupted save and remove it?
     
  4. MegaRaposa1337

    Newcomer MegaRaposa1337 Creation Hero

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    Wait, you can't delete the file inside of the game? Next to the profile name in the profile select there should be a red X next to the name on the name's right.
     
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