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    A few questions about usb loader 1.5 and cios36 rev 10

    I've got version 1.5 up and running, and so far it works great! The only thing I don't seem to be able to get to work are the game covers.

    I read a thread where someone said they needed to update the CIOS to rev10, but I'm already running that.

    The instructions say to use the game id for the name of the png file. How do I know what the game ID is?

    Also, what are the advantages to the latest cios36 rev10 release? Worth updating?

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    When the game is loaded thru geco or other loader it should show the game ID
    example
    Wii Sport pal RSPP01

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    anybody know of a list or database that contains the codes of the games? It seems like a pain to have to look up the code with an additional program every time I dump a game.

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    Connect your USB drive to your PC and use a program like WBFS_win or WBFS managers both will list the Game ID codes.

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    WBFS Manager 2.5 shows u game name, region, game ID.

    how did u transfer isos into hdd ? and game covers ?

    cios36rev10, safe and SDHC compatible.

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    I believe the covers go onto the SD card.
    -- A.T.H.K

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    Quote Originally Posted by a.t.h.k View Post
    I believe the covers go onto the SD card.
    so, there's no redundancy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyhome View Post
    how did u transfer isos into hdd ? and game covers ?
    I've just been dumping my collection of wii titles straight to my HDD using the loader's "install game" option. Workes REALLY well.

    I read that Ultimate USB Loader v7.2 downloads the covers for games. This working very well?

    Either way, thanks for the suggestions. I'll give the apps you've recommended to get the game ID's a try and see if I cant get the covers to finally load.

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    On the root of your sd card make a folder called usb-loader

    In this folder make another folder called covers

    In this folder you put all your covers.


    I get mine from here,

    h**p://www.theotherzone.com/wii/


    It works really well for me, not had one single problem yet.

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    Thanks for the link. That will prove a nice resource!

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