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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by crashtron, Feb 12, 2007.
I compiled unscramle 0.4 for Mac OS as an Universal binary.
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I was really worried no one would compile this for mac.
Fracking awesome, now I just need a chip for my Wii.
My appreciation cannot be expressed through mere words...
here are some emoticons..
Thanks, I had previously compiled it myself using GCC, but your compile seems to run much faster. BTW, has anyone been able to unscramble the Pi release of Trauma Center? I can't, so I finally deleted it figuring it's a bad dump.
I had no problem unscrambling it.
I'm on a pc though, not a mac.
Thanks, works perfect on my 17" C2D iMac
EDIT: Is it normal that the unscrambled isos are 4.38 GB (4 700 012 544) in size? cuz I unscrambled 2 diferent .wii files and got that size but if I for example use Rawdump 2.0 in Windows and unscramble I get 4.38 GB (4 699 979 776) in size and everyone on various sites says that 4 699 979 776 is the only correct numbers that works.
You are the facking greatest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's coz unscramble 0.4 adds an extra 32 768 bytes to the file. But it should still be a good copy.
You, sir, are now a valued member of the community in my eyes. Much thanks.
Finally, great job
Btw: which program do all mac users use to burn their iso's with? And is their a way to change to book type to dvd-rom?
This question is a little off topic but, can you put gamecube games into the macbook for reading/dumping? The disk is smaller so I wasnt sure, I also ordered a LG drive so I should be able to put GC games in that for dumping as well?
The MacBook (and any slot loading drive that Apple uses in their Macs) will not take anything but a standard 12cm disc. Do not try to put a GameCube game in there as it will get stuck and you'd probably have to take the MacBook in to get repaired.
The LG drive with its tray will accept both 8cm and 12cm discs just fine.
Regardless of the 8cm/12cm thing I don't think the Macbook drive will be able to dump GC or Wii games. You need the LG drive. I don't know if there is Mac OS X software for dumping from the LG drive yet, although of course you can always run it in Windows.
Oh yeah, what the heck am i talking about.
I cant seem to get it to work? Any suggestions? I put the file in the same directory as the iso, it opens the terminal and then logs me out. Note it is in iso format but 4 736 698 369 bytes so it needs to be unscrambled.
I was very glad to see a version for Mac OS X, unfortunately I've had no luck getting to work. It says; No seed found for frame 0, or something.
I tried three different iso's but none of them worked. I am currently unscrambling the very same iso's on a windows comp.