Wii_DiscCheck_for_verifying_gamedata_Wii-iND

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Sep 1, 2010
  1. B-Blue
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    Directory:ÂÂÂÂWii_DiscCheck_for_verifying_gamedata_Wii-iND
    Section:ÂÂÂÂTool/Dox
    Released:ÂÂÂÂ31-8-2010
    NFO file:ÂÂÂÂind-disc
    
    Wii_DiscCheck_for_verifying_gamedata_Wii-iND
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    Enjoy this nice tool that uses the Wii's own internal encryption hash codes to
    verify all the gamedata on a release.
    
    This tool is only good for verifying the gamedata it will not verify if the
    garbage data is dumped correctly.
    
    Manipulated images that are missing the garbage data "Scrubbed" do not preserve
    complete dumps and risk future problems therefor they will still be subject to
    nuking as noone can be certain if the data will be verified in the future.
    
    99% of scene dumps are dumped correctly it's when you get a game really early
    or it's released by iND and you really dont care if the garbage is there you
    only care about playing, then this is a great utility to test the playability of
    that release.
    
    Now there is a way to determine if a release is good or bad without having to
    worry.ÂÂand remember this only checks the game data. iso images with missing or
    modified garbage data are still a problem.
    
    This has been brought to you by the letter X with help from the number 2
    
    -Enjoy
     
  2. ChokeD

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    Thanks for the info. *runs out to get it*
     
  3. YellowYoYos

    Member YellowYoYos GBAtemp Regular

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    Might be wrong, but this seems like a tool for scene groups to check scrubbed wii discs to see if all the gamedata is there, and if so, they will be able to Pre scrubbed game in the scene. ?

    Could be wrong.
     
  4. lulwut

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    this is useless

    if you'd have good dumping software/modifying software (pro tip : there are) you wouldn't need this crap

    /me still dumps his own images, always 1:1 and always 100% correct
     
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  6. ChokeD

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    That's pretty harsh. I still dump all my 1:1 images myself also, but it's always nice to have another app to double check stuff if something goes wrong.
     
  7. mike333

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    I wonder. Is there any MD5 database related do Wii games?
     
  8. lulwut

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    harsh but kinda the truth :-/

    my images have always been right.

    /me hugs his 3 gc/wii compatible dvd drives

    its slower then the wii; but i find it a shit ton more reliable then wii homebrew ripping software (which once in a while spit out a error on the iso on my wii...)
     

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