WiiScrubber Batch file replacement?

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May 24, 2009
  1. theotherfreakygu
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    Does anyone know if there is a version of Wiiscrubber that will read a directory tree and batch replace all the files in that directory? Like I make a folder with the name PARTITION2 and then a folder inside there named DATA and put whatever arc or pac or tex files I need to replace in there with the name of the file they will replace, then hit go? This would be very useful because making discs with lots of custom file modifications take a long time, especially since it rereads the iso every time you replace one file...
     
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    1.do you have a link to a guide where it tells u how to manually replace the texture/music/stage/item files?
    2.Wouldn't it be easier to just rip the game instead of using the original disk, or just download a backup(no piracy here [​IMG] )
     
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    @Dinoguy:
    To replace the files, get the necessary pcs file or whatever it is, open the ISO in wiiscrubber, navigate to the file you want to replace, right click it, hit replace, then navigate to the file you want to use. If you need more detail, ask.
    And I'm not quite sure you understand what I am asking. I already have DVD9 and DVD5 versions of the ISO, I just need a batch file replace program.
     
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    Thanks for try to explain ,but I'm looking for a real guide, and in wii scrubber can't you just unpack the iso echange the neccessary files and then repack it,sorry I haven't tried it.
     
  5. theotherfreakygu
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    Can you unpack an ISO in wiiscrubber?
    Also look on the kittycorp forums or stacksmash for information on a good guide
     
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    Why don't you just use the SD Card texture loading cheat with GeckoOS?
     
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    I did this, but character select portraits do not load in, and I have to wait 30 seconds after selecting a new character for them to be loaded off the SD.
     
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    You can extract all file data extructure with wiiscrubber 1.4 and later you can generate a partition with your modified files with "Partition Builder 1.2". When you got it load partition with wiiscrubber again.

    Sr Corsario
     
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    Thanks! That is exactly what I needed.
     
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    You have to wait that long? Your card must be pretty slow.
     
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    Actually I just realized I is only 5 sec [​IMG]
    I just was waiting 30 because the instructions said so. Anyway, this will let me do music and CSPs.
     

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