NSMBW Bad Partition

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by darkpyr0, Nov 17, 2009.

Nov 17, 2009

NSMBW Bad Partition by darkpyr0 at 2:55 AM (3,764 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. darkpyr0
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    Just another noob jumping on the Mario train of frustration here. So I purchased a copy of NSMBW, ripped it in SuperDump 1.3 (which never fails on me), and created an ISO. However, when I load it into WIIScrubber 1.4 the only information that I can gather is the following:

    Partition:0-UPDATE (0)(BAD)
    Partition:1-DATA(0)(BAD)

    Now, I've ripped the game twice with the same result. What's going on here? Is it a SuperDump fail? Is WIIScrubber confused? How do you rip this game and scrub it clean?
     
  2. matguitarist

    Member matguitarist GBAtemp Fan

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    just download the iso it's only 375mb scrubbed ....
     
  3. jakejm79

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    What version of wiiscrubber are u using?
     
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    also ive heard dont use ciosr14 to rip games its stuffs them up
     
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    this doesn't have anything to do with opening that make key and typing in 42 does it?
     
  6. darkpyr0
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    LOL!! That worked. Can't believe it was THAT simple! I'd been using a different key.bin for the older version of WIIScrubber and simply copied it into WIIScrubber 1.4 thinking that would be fine. Just goes to show yah RTFM. Thanks!
     

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