WiiScrubber v1.31 FINAL

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  1. JPdensetsu
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    JPdensetsu GBAtemp Addict

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    There is a new version of wiiscrubber!

    Download: Here

    Changelog - v1.31
    * Extra options on right click menu related to partition operations (you can now delete them and resize the data area)
    * Increased speed of file replacement by blocking it (and progress bar)
    * Extra couple of links in the about box
    * Window is now resizable (within limits)
    * Some of the text on buttons changed
    * More accurate indication of size as headers are now included in calculation and dynamically considered when header button pressed
    * Extra option on right click for WIIDISC as it allows for changing between system boot and normal boot
    * Common key check possible to over-ride in case Korean key becomes available
    * Can now replace the partition.bin file
    * Can add data partitions/channels
    * Can 'shuffle' up the partitions to the start of the disc for where some have been deleted - doesn't use Trucha bug.
    * Can Shrink the partition by moving the data up in the partition (meaning all the free space then appears at the end - Uses Trucha Bug.
    * Can save a decoded partition
    * Can load/replace a decoded partition
    * Can import a new disc partition.
    * Can resize a partition.
    * Can cater for discs that have non-standard disc IDs by using the 'force wii' check box e.g. iso_template.iso.bz2
    * Can extract/replace the sub parts of partition.bin i.e. tmd.bin, cert.bin and h3.bin
    * Added two useful links in the about box
     
  2. Beware

    Beware GBAtemp Maniac

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    I thought 1.30 was the FINAL release. XD Good to know.
     
  3. wchill

    wchill Resident chillxpert

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    I thought v1.30 was the final version...
     
  4. JPdensetsu
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    JPdensetsu GBAtemp Addict

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    now this is the 1.31 version of it [​IMG]
     
  5. Beware

    Beware GBAtemp Maniac

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    Hehe, beat ya to it. :-P
     
  6. Dack

    Dack GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    It should have been [​IMG]

    The release of the homebrew disc (and the fact it couldn't read it) prompted me to do a quick fix. There was also the tmd.bin extraction/replacement.

    Unfortunately I didn't include the ticket.bin and allow for different sized certs - doh!. I'll not be releasing a new version though, source code is over on drop.io/wiiscrubber

    What will come out (relatively) soon is an app to allow you to play with the partition.bin and then, hopefully, a proper disc building/tweaking application.

    Download from:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=3012
     
  7. party

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    Wow! Sounds promising!
    THX for all [​IMG] !

    BTW: Will the "proper disc building/tweaking" be based on trucha-signatures or some other method?
     
  8. noong

    noong Newbie

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    "Common key check possible to over-ride in case Korean key becomes available"
    Is it meaned that scrubbing of Korean wii iso is possible??
    I made key.bin file with makewiikeybin. I tried from 0 to 255. But i can't scrub the korean wii iso.
    Can'i scrub the korean wii iso? and can'i play scrubbed korean wii iso in JP or USA console?
     
  9. Dack

    Dack GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    The makewiikeybin program is only geared towards making the usual common key.

    What needs to be done is someone with a Korean Wii needs to run the xyxxy program from Hackmii site. http://hackmii.com/2008/07/xyzzy/ when that is done Korean discs will be scrubbable.

    The partition.bin software is close to complete (just need the tmd.bin breakout to be finalised) - it allows you to change title IDs and a few other things at present.
     
  10. moak

    moak Newbie

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    It would be nice if you can add a recursive replace option please
     
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