Refuse To Create Channels

May 13, 2009 at 1:55 AM

 

No matter how many different base WADs or common-keys... I still get this message...

 

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Unexpected Error
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An unexpected channel creation error occurred. Please send the following information to the application developer at wbfsmanager@gmail.com (You can copy this text by pressing Ctrl+C or use the log file in the installation directory (must Run as Administrator in Vista+)): Version 3.0.1.0, OS: Microsoft Windows NT 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 Message: Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.
Stack trace:    at ChannelCreationWrapper.ChannelCreationWrapper.packWad(StringBuilder pathToOpeningBnr, StringBuilder pathToTicket, StringBuilder pathToTMD, StringBuilder pathToCertFile, StringBuilder pathToCommonKey, StringBuilder newTitleId, StringBuilder workingPath, StringBuilder targetPath)

   at ChannelCreationWrapper.ChannelCreationWrapper.CreateChannel(String pathToIso, String pathToWad, String pathToBootDol, String dolOrigDiscId, String pathToCommonKey, String discId, String newChanId, String outputFolder, String outputWadFilename)

   at WBFSManager.MainWindow.CreateChannel(IList entriesToCreateFor, String outputPath, String channelId, BackgroundWorker worker)
Details: C:\Users\Cheez\Desktop\Wii Sports-NTSC-USP1.wad H:\Program Files\WBFS\WBFS Manager 3.0\Channels\WiiCrazy15\USBL15USB.dol CRAPPY C:\wadder\common-key.bin URME C:\Users\Cheez\AppData\Local\Temp\WBFSTemp\ChanTemp C:\Users\Cheez\Desktop\k.wad
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OK   
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I am running 32-Bit Vista and I always Run as Admin, what could be the problem?