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  1. Jacobeian

    Jacobeian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    you should submit your MEM2 patches to sourceforge (libfat svn) as they could benefit to other projects as well
     
  2. lajd

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    Thanks. Might just be my connection.
     
  3. Frozen_Fish

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    Great App tueidj, I'm loving not having to format to WBFS to dump at a decent speed [​IMG]
    also here's an icon I made for the Homebrew Channel if anyone wants it:

    [​IMG]
     
  4. tueidj

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    They're only useful in this situation because the USB IOS modules require read and write buffers to be in MEM2. In other situations this might be undesirable since MEM2 is slower than MEM1. I'm also not sure if it interferes with libogc's MEM2 malloc patch, since I don't malloc enough to use up all of MEM1.
     
  5. NPVinny

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    Uh, is there a way to change the output filename before or after ripping? If I rip more than one game at a time, they just overwrite each other. It's a pain in the ass to rip a game, unplug the USB, plug it into my computer, change the name, and reconnect it to the Wii for every game.
     
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  8. tueidj

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    How about the next version makes a directory named after the disc ID and puts the .bin files in there?
     
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    This needs a network version......
     
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    Yeah, but over the network could also mean a wired connection! [​IMG]
     
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    That, or you could use the same root directory for all of the files and just make them be GameID.bin

    Either one would be great [​IMG]
     
  14. bladelordcal

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    Hi I'm trying to use this and everytime I plug my flash drive in it reads it but says I need some libfat thing or something. I don't know what to do and Google isn't helping. You guys know anything?
     
  15. BillandAlisha

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    "libfat thing or something" [​IMG] We need the exact error ...not "something"
     
  16. tueidj

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    Luckily there's only one libfat error message: "Error initializing libfat. Does (device) contain a FAT Partition?"

    In other words your flash drive doesn't seem to be formatted as FAT or FAT32. If it's formatted as NTFS or WBFS you can't use it for making disc images.
     
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    That's weird since I formatted it to FAT32.
     
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    The most I have right now is an SD card (2GB). Will I be able to dump by backing it up into my comp in between? (Example, dumping 1.5 GBs, the program stops, I transfer into my comp and reinsert my SD, the program dumps the next 1.5, repeat transferring, dump 1.37 GBs...)

    I also have a 500 GB HDD accessible, but I'd rather not use it, since I don't own it.
     
  19. Rock Band

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    Can somebody help me, I have no idea what I'm doing. I have this thing booted up in the homebrew channel and no matter what options I select, it keeps saying "Error reading sector data" Am I missing something or do I not have the right options set? I'm trying to dump my RB1 disc onto my empty SD card with enough space.

    Edit: Nevermind I figured it out. If anybody happens to have the same problem as me, go here.
     
  20. ether2802

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    Can it work on a NTFS 2nd partition of a HDD...?? [​IMG]
     
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