Replacing main.dol - please help!

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Sep 4, 2008
  1. Pogohead
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    Hi everyone, I'm new here and am in need of some help [​IMG]

    I've got an ISO of a wii game with the error 001 message. To fix it I've extracted the main.dol from partition 2 with WiiScrubber, used Generic Wii Patcher to search for the 001 and remove it and saved the new main.dol. The only thing is I can't find a way of shoving the new main.dol back into the ISO over the one that's already there. Probably a noob question but I'm a total noob when fixing ISOs [​IMG]
     
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    Never used wiiscrubber, but i always extract and replace using trucha
     
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    Depends on version of wiiscrubber [​IMG] Early versions (pre 1.2) did not allow file replacement.

    Download the 1.31 from this very site and then right click on the main.dol and choose replace.
     
  4. Pogohead
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    Thank you. I'll give it a try and let you know how I get on [​IMG]
     
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    That's the case, if you spend 30 seconds on google you will find a solution
     
  6. Pogohead
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    And miss the hilarious wanker comments by someone who flames cos he can't get laid? This way is much more fun!

    It worked. Thank you Dack [​IMG]
     

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