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    Bubble bobble wad won't show up

    So as you can tell i'm a noob at this...shouts out to all the catz on this forum tho...especially dogeggs your tut's are great and easy to follow even for a noob like me

    Anyways, I got the bubble bobble plus (wiiware) .wad file and I used wad manager 1.4 with default ISO setting (249 I think) to install, it said install went fine then when I went to wiimenu the channel/game did not show up..I know I probably have missed a step or did it wrong but I honestly have searched the forums for over a half hour and can't locate the answer/guide I need, someone please help and forgive my noobness

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    I forgot to mention what I've done so far, I followed this guide to a T, have done no more and no less

    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

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    could be as simple as a bad wad, maybe try getting it from somewhere else?

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    Here's one that works for me, in fact it's one I just uploaded Bubble Bobble Plus!FREE.wad
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    thanks I'll try your wad and get back to ya, for starters that wad is bigger in size than the one i had so hopefully that was the prob

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    Thanks TealC it worked!!! But it took up hella memory on my wii...had to delete a couple channels...is that normal? Also is there anyway to play wiiware/VC games off a SD/USB flash drive with NeoGamma? All i've installed to the wii is what dogeggs tutorial showed.

    I'm GUESSING it will but I'd have to format the SD card/USB drive with that WTBS format thing?

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    Not with Neogamma.

    There are two options:-
    1) Use Triiforce to emulate NAND and run game channels off it.
    2) Update to 4.0/4.1 and use the built in SD channel to store hundreds of wiiware games (preferred method)
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Not with Neogamma.

    There are two options:-
    1) Use Triiforce to emulate NAND and run game channels off it.
    2) Update to 4.0/4.1 and use the built in SD channel to store hundreds of wiiware games (preferred method)
    Okay, I have the most up to date menu, so just put the WAD on the SD card and it will load from the SD option on the menu?

    EDIT: Okay I erased the SD card to empty, put the .wad on the card (ROOT) and it wouldn't show up when I loaded the sd card via the wii menu, so I just used the wii to "move" the channel to the SD card, is that the only/best method to do this? Meaning use wad manager to install the channel to the wii then use the wii to move the channel to SD? seems kinda lengthy and i'm guessing there is a better way. Also the SD card now shows (ROOT/private/wii/title/WBLE/content.bin)
    Last edited by theman4002; 09-22-2009 at 08:09 AM.

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    If you go to Channels in settings you will find all the channels you have installed, if you select one of your Wiiware/VC games you will be confronted with options such as Copy, Move, Erase (from memory), choose Move it'll ask you if you want to move it to SD, choose Yes. It'll copy the file to SD and remove the channel from your Wii.

    Thought everyone knew about that.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    If you go to Channels in settings you will find all the channels you have installed, if you select one of your Wiiware/VC games you will be confronted with options such as Copy, Move, Erase (from memory), choose Move it'll ask you if you want to move it to SD, choose Yes. It'll copy the file to SD and remove the channel from your Wii.

    Thought everyone knew about that.
    That is what I did TealC, I was just wondering if there was a way to put the wad from PC to SD Card directly without having to go through the wii

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