Wii Backup Manager - Wii Backup Manager
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0000022Wii Backup Manager[All Projects] Wii Backup Managerpublic2012-05-15 19:232013-10-18 02:38
dale2507 
fig 
normalcrashalways
assignedopen 
Windows 7 64-bit
0000022: Write error on the drive is causing the application to crash.
Attempted to transfer Smash Brothers Brawl from wbfs file to wbfs partition on an external HD.

On writing the game failed to copy with the following log entry.

18:47:31 WiiFatDrive.OpenVolume Opened volume D:\Downloads\Games\Wii\RSBP01_Super Smash Bros. Brawl\RSBP01.wbfs
18:47:31 WBFSPartition.OpenFromHandle WBFS partition info
HDSectorSize = 512 Bytes
NumHDSectors = 14151680
NumWiiSectors = 221120
WBFSSectorSize = 2048 KB
NumWBFSSectors = 3455
WBFSSectorsPerDisc = 4482
DiscCount = 1
MaxDiscs = 215
FreeSpace = 0 MB
UsedSpace = 6910 MB
TotalSpace = 6910 MB
18:47:31 WiiFatDrive.OpenVolume Opened volume D:\Downloads\Games\Wii\RSBP01_Super Smash Bros. Brawl\RSBP01.wbf1
18:47:31 WiiFatDrive.OpenVolume Opened volume D:\Downloads\Games\Wii\RSBP01_Super Smash Bros. Brawl\RSBP01.wbfs
18:49:14 WiiFatDrive.OpenVolume Opened volume D:\Downloads\Games\Wii\RSBP01_Super Smash Bros. Brawl\RSBP01.wbf1
18:50:25 WBFSPartition.AddDisc Read disc failed The operation completed successfully
18:50:25 FilesToDrive1Thread Transfer failed RSBP01 Super Smash Bros. Brawl

It then appeared on the drive as ?????? and when clicked crashed the application with the following exceptions in the log.

19:00:33 FilesToDrive1Thread Exception raised Access violation at address 00000000007E0BF0 in module 'WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe'. Read of address 0000000000000000
Stack trace:
(00000000003DFBF0){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [00000000007E0BF0]
[0000000077CDF638]{ntdll.dll } KiUserExceptionDispatcher
(00000000003DFBF0){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [00000000007E0BF0]
(00000000003E263F){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [00000000007E363F]
(000000000041658A){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [000000000081758A]
(0000000000473AA2){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [0000000000874AA2]
(0000000000089A8B){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [000000000048AA8B]
(000000000000C9C6){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [000000000040D9C6]
[000000007797F33D]{kernel32.dll} BaseThreadInitThunk
[0000000077CC2CA1]{ntdll.dll } RtlUserThreadStart

19:00:33 MountDrive1Thread Exception raised Access violation at address 00000000007CE038 in module 'WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe'. Write of address 000007FFFE378350
Stack trace:
(00000000003CD038){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [00000000007CE038]
[0000000077CDF638]{ntdll.dll } KiUserExceptionDispatcher
(00000000003CD038){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [00000000007CE038]
(0000000000470A36){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [0000000000871A36]
(0000000000089A8B){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [000000000048AA8B]
(000000000000C9C6){WiiBackupManager_Win64.exe} [000000000040D9C6]
[000000007797F33D]{kernel32.dll} BaseThreadInitThunk
[0000000077CC2CA1]{ntdll.dll } RtlUserThreadStart
This was the only game which was split into 2 files as it was over the FAT file size limit.
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Issue History
2012-05-15 19:23dale2507New Issue
2012-05-15 19:23dale2507Statusnew => assigned
2012-05-15 19:23dale2507Assigned To => fig
2012-05-15 20:13dale2507Note Added: 0000021
2012-05-16 13:46dale2507Note Added: 0000022
2013-10-18 02:38FichteFollNote Added: 0000023
2013-10-18 02:39FichteFollNote Edited: 0000023bug_revision_view_page.php?bugnote_id=23#r6

Notes
(0000021)
dale2507   
2012-05-15 20:13   
I have also just noticed it is the only game with partitions of GO
(0000022)
dale2507   
2012-05-16 13:46   
My mistake there are some other files that use 2 files. Also the original file that was transferred can't be read into wii backup manager now.
(0000023)
FichteFoll   
2013-10-18 02:38   
(edited on: 2013-10-18 02:39)
I had the same problem with both, RSBE01 (self-ripped) and RSBP01 (external), which are the PAL and NTSC versions of Super Smash Bros. Brawl respectively (both over 6GB). Also, both had "GO" listed in the Partitions list when loading (.wbfs format).

I fixed it by converting the .wbfs into .ciso and then back into .wbfs after which it only had "G" Partitions. Copying it over to the NTFS drive afterwards worked without problems.

I'm attaching a screenshot of my error log becasue I don't have text logs. Edit: Or not, because .png is not allowed. Whatever, you can view it here: http://i.imgur.com/vX9EGC2.png [^]