WiiScrubber/Utility to extract BNR

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Apr 6, 2009
  1. wiiNinja
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    I am using WiiScrubber v4.0 to extract "opening.bnr" from ISOs. However, WiiScrubber does not work if the ISO is on a DVD (I back up the ISO image on a DVD). I hate to have to copy the whole ISO to hard drive, just to extract a tiny file and then delete it. Does anyone know of another utility that can do this, or another way using WiiScrubber?
     
  2. timbellomo

    Newcomer timbellomo Newbie

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    I'm on Linux, but I've been using wiifuse to mount the ISO. It allows you to browse the filesystem... but took a bit of effort to get working in the first place.
     
  3. mrwulff

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    the original trucha signer program will do the job
     
  4. purespin

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    I'm on Linux too. Do you have more details on this wiifuse thing?
     
  5. wiiNinja
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    YES!!!

    Thanks
     
  6. timbellomo

    Newcomer timbellomo Newbie

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    Wiifuse on Wiibrew

    If you run into problems, let me know. But the wiki page should get you there...
     
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    I've been using ftpii and getting the bnr file right from the wii disc, works like a charm, I can also get the gameid from the img filename, so its really faster than the other methods I tried.

    Hope it helps [​IMG]
     
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    How about extracting bnr from an wbfs partition?
     
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    I havent seen any of the WBFS managers being able to do that yet, and ftpii usb support broke with cIOS rev9 somehow, maybe on a next version of ftpii.
     

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