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    Best NAND emulation method for running Wiiware/VC?

    Hi all,
    I'm a n00b who recently softmodded my Wii with the very well-presented tutorial at http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    Thankfully, all of the ISOs ripped from my disc library work great on Cfg USB Loader. I've also utilized bootmii, nandtools, and ShowMiiWads to create an emulated NAND.

    Now, I'm trying to figure out the best (and easiest) method of NAND emulation so I can play my Wiiware/VC from my USB HDD (1 NTFS partition & 1 FAT32 partition). I've read numerous online references to uLoader, Postloader, Triiforce, ISO forwarding, SNEEK, and Neek2o. Of those, I've tried Triiforce per the MRC guide on this site (with 3.0 pack), and it gives me an error saying it can't initialize my emuNAND. Even Wadmanager 1.5 is giving me "error -1" when I try to install the Triiforce (USB version) wad manually. That pretty much turned me away from that option, as I honestly have no clue as to what I'm doing and only a basic understanding of softmodding . I tried emuhack's ISO forwarding guide step by step twice and tried loading with Cfg, but all I would get loading any NAND-forwarding ISO is a black screen and a freeze. I've heard recently that Neek2o might be worth a try. Wiiflow runs extremely slowly and is sketchy at best in recognizing my HDD. Does anyone have any recommendations of any sort? I'm really wanting to beat this challenge, but I have no clue where to even start . You guys have been extremely helpful in other threads, and I'd be grateful for any help you might lend

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    If only some web site would create a guide for that .. hmmm...

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    Thanks! I really had no idea where to start b/c of so many different guides/methods. At least I have some direction now :-)

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