Hacking Wiiscrubber 1.0a

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Hey there.

I'm trying to use wiiscrubber 1.0a, but when I run it it tells me "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item."

I have full admin rights. Btw AVG noted it as a trojan but I got it off gbatemp and that's happened with two versions, but not with version 1.2, but I don't need that as I'm trying to change SSBB to 3.7gb for DVD5 and 1.2 won't do that for me.

Any ideas?
 

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.. Umm.. I've already dumped the disc with Waninkoko's DVD Dumper over wifi, I just can't run the program I need to reduce its size to 3.7gb.
 

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I tried Wiiscrubber to reduce the size, and I got an error with Truchasigner while replacing files when loading the DVD5 shrinked iso.

Then I used the method recommended in the PAL SSBB DVD9->5, and it workd perfectly
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install 7zip.exe software
open 7zip main window, and select the DVD9 iso.
right click on it, and select split file, specify 4 699 979 776

when finished, rename the first part to .iso and delete the second part.
 

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It wouldn't work in 7-zip for me, randomly, but I then tried one that I wiiscrubbed and replaced the files in and this one is processing and should be done in 8 minutes apparently, so thanks a lot for your help, hope this works
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