Ultimate SSBB ISO Builder iso not working

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Mike_77712, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. Mike_77712
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    I created an ISO of Project M Kapedanis 3.6 Build Ver. 2.1 (Homebrew) but every time i get a black screen after the strap screen. How can i fix this? (i'm playing this iso on my wii)
     
  2. Wiimm

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    What is the size of your image?
    I ask because SSBB has 2 special features:
    * double layer image
    * 2 partition tables (exclusive feature)
     
  3. Mike_77712
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    My brawl iso is 7.92 and it shrinks to 6.16 when I inject it with the kaperdanis pm files in iso builder
     
  4. Wiimm

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    7.92G is usually to short. it is only ok, if the second partition table is cleared. But must rippers just ignore the second table.

    You can test it with: wit dump IMAGE.wbfs

    her is a dump of my SSBB:
    Code:
    # wit dum pool/wdf/ssb.wdf
    
    Dump of file pool/wdf/ssb.wdf
    
      Real path:         /disk/ide1/nonopen/wit/pool/wdf/ssb.wdf
      Virtual size:      1fb800000/hex = 8514437120 = 8120 MiB
      Scrubbed size:     1c7fe8000/hex = 7650312192 = 7296 MiB, 89.9%, 233469*32K
      WDF2 file size:    1c7e0ec30/hex = 7648373808 = 7294 MiB, 89.8%, 100.0%
      File & disc type:  WDF2/WII  &  Wii
      Disc & part IDs:   disc=RSBP01, ticket=RSBP, tmd=RSBP, boot=RSBP01
      Disc name:         Super Smash Bros. Brawl
      DB title:          Super Smash Bros. Brawl
      ID Region:         PAL [PAL ]
      Region setting:    2 [Europe] / Jap=128 USA=128 ?=128 Eur=12,12,12,12,12,7 Kor=128
      System menu:       v258 = 3.1E
      System version:    00000001-00000024 = IOS 0x24 = IOS 36
      Partitions:            15  [encrypted, scrubbed, well signed]
      Directories:          340
      Files:               6616
    
      2 partition tables with 15 partitions:
    
        index      type    offset ..   end off   size/hex =   size/dec =  MiB  status
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         0     part.tab     40020 ..     40030         10 =         16         2 partitions
         1     part.tab     40040 ..     400a8         68 =        104         13 partitions
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         0.0   UPDATE 1     50000 ..   aea8000    ae58000 =  182812672 =  174  enc,signed
         0.1     DATA 0   f800000 .. 1da550000  1cad50000 = 7697924096 = 7341  enc,signed,scrub
         1.0     "HA8P" 1da550000 .. 1daff0000     aa0000 =   11141120 =   11  enc,signed
         1.1     "HA9P" 1daff0000 .. 1dbaa0000     ab0000 =   11206656 =   11  enc,signed
         1.2     "HBAP" 1dbaa0000 .. 1dc568000     ac8000 =   11304960 =   11  enc,signed
         1.3     "HBBF" 1dc570000 .. 1dd0e0000     b70000 =   11993088 =   11  enc,signed
         1.4     "HBBP" 1dd0e0000 .. 1ddc50000     b70000 =   11993088 =   11  enc,signed
         1.5     "HBCP" 1ddc50000 .. 1de718000     ac8000 =   11304960 =   11  enc,signed
         1.6     "HBDP" 1de720000 .. 1df1c8000     aa8000 =   11173888 =   11  enc,signed
         1.7     "HBEP" 1df1d0000 .. 1dfcc0000     af0000 =   11468800 =   11  enc,signed
         1.8     "HBFP" 1dfcc0000 .. 1e08a8000     be8000 =   12484608 =   12  enc,signed
         1.9     "HBGP" 1e08b0000 .. 1e1490000     be0000 =   12451840 =   12  enc,signed
         1.10    "HBIP" 1e1490000 .. 1e2490000    1000000 =   16777216 =   16  enc,signed
         1.11    "HBKP" 1e2490000 .. 1e5d38000    38a8000 =   59408384 =   57  enc,signed
         1.12    "HBLP" 1e5d40000 .. 1e8160000    2420000 =   37879808 =   36  enc,signed
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
     
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  5. Mike_77712
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    So basically you're saying I could possibly have a bad dump of SSBB?
     
  6. Wiimm

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    yes. "wit dump" will tell you.
    If dumping again, use 1:1 or raw-dump.