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    Can I have NES, SNES, N64 Channels?

    Hey guys.

    I downladed FCE Ultra GX, Snes9x GX , and Wii64 to play some of my old favs. But it appears that I can only load the apps from my homebrew channel.

    Is there a way to get each to be there own channel? I didnt see a tutorial for it, and it doenst say on wii brew. If somebody could help or point me in the right direction id apreciate it.

    Also, where should i look for games?

    Thanks

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    These are some of the nicest forwarder channels I've found, and each only takes up around 10-15 blocks of space on average. Check the paths they lead to and name the folders on your SD card appropriately. Enjoy.

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    could also you use a program called "Wadder"(i think thats what its called anyways) but you have to be carefull with it could cause a brick

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    Yeah you can use Wadder to create your own. Here's the tutorial. http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...ls-wadder.html
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    Hey guys, thanks. I got both programs (FCE Ultra GX, Snes9x GX) installed as channels. However, the programs dont see the games on my USB Hard drive when i load through the channel. But if i load through homebrew it does.

    Did any of you get this working? Or do you have any ideas what im doing wrong?

    Thanks.

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    So I'm clear, when you boot up through the channel forwarder the program loads up and shows that no games are present? Or does the program fail to load? Just want to make sure.

    Check to make sure the path on your SD card exactly matches the one listed under the video for whichever ones you used. It's okay to rename your folders if you need to.

    Edit: I just remembered we're talking about the emulators here. Do you have enough space to move your roms to your SD card? I keep different roms from GBA, NES, SNES, and Genesis on my card without taking up much space and haven't run into any loading issues.
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    Hi, no I use a USB HDD. It is divided between a WFSB partition, and a FAT32 partition. I have all my wii isos on the WFSB partition, and all my homebrew/hacks on the the Fat32 part. All my games and emulators are on the Fat32 section.

    I have my wii boot directly to USB Loader GX. Then if i go to homebrew i can load either emulator and it shows all my games. But if i exit to the wii menu, and load either emulator through a wii channel it says "error can not find supported drive". I tried to tell it to look in the right spot on my usb drive, but it still doesnt work.

    Im not sure why it works one way and not another.

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    I have done the same thing partitioning my hard drive with wfbs and fat32 however, my nintendo ones load perfectly but when I click on the snes channel I get the same response cannot locate usb drive or whatever the error is? All the folders are correctly named and it works fine in homebrew? How did you setup your fat32 I can help you get the nes ones to work atleast.

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