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    1) I have a disk with 2 partitions
    1st) Fat32 with nand and some folders inside (emulators, cheats, covers...)
    2nd) Ntfs with \wbfs

    All the homebrews are loaded from sd

    2)You have to install hbc 1.07 (see sneek guides around)

    3) The wbfs file loading works. Yesterday i played MPT without alt dol at all
    I still got some code dump launching some games but i have to find some time dumping again the dvds

    This is from the nandemu guide :

    DVD images should be placed into /iso (or /wbfs) folder on either first or second partition of device used for NAND Emulator.
    For USB device, i suggest to split it into 2 partitions. First partition will be used for NAND Emulator and should be formatted to FAT32. Second Partition will be used for DVD images and it's better to format it into NTFS to avoid image splitting.


    Hope it helps

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    Well, glad to hear that it does actually work, I'll have to play with it some more apparently. Perhaps I'll have to partition the drive, but I was really hoping to avoid that...

    The copy of the nandemu guide I was looking at said the folder name had to be /iso, but if /wbfs will work that will be much nicer since that's where all the other loaders look. What's your naming convention for the disc images - are they in subdirectories under /wbfs?

    I had already discovered that I need to downgrade HBC to get it to work. I'm not sure it's worth the bother though.

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    I'm sure that you have to partition the drive.
    You can't place the games in the nand partition and if you place the nand on sd you can't place games on a different device.

    All the games are in \wbfs without subfolders.
    The file names is ID.wbfs (ex. R3MP01.wbfs), i didn't try changing the names

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    this loader looks cool, will this loader allow me to launch gc games from usb hdd because the posted pictures of uniiloader show that u have 10 gc games on the wii.

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    This is a great loader...everything works great!
    There is only one thing I would like to see added is:
    When you are in the loader, it would be nice to have an exit button to return to the wii menu...I have to get up and hit the restart button on the wii in-order to exit the loader.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobZhome View Post
    This is a great loader...everything works great!
    There is only one thing I would like to see added is:
    When you are in the loader, it would be nice to have an exit button to return to the wii menu...I have to get up and hit the restart button on the wii in-order to exit the loader.

    Thanks!
    You could launch the system menu channel

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    New version 0.97.7 of UniiLoader has been released by Sorg.

    see first post.
    Last edited by WiiJohn; 11-10-2010 at 01:39 PM.

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    The only problem that I have come across is that my self-powered Targus ACH102US USB Hub works on real NAND, but not on Emu-NAND.
    Does anyone have a usb hub that works with the Emu-NAND?
    If so, what hub is it?
    I would like to get the three microphones and keyboard working all at the same time in Rock Band 3.

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    BobZhome,
    USB HUBs for HDD are not supported in NANDEmu.
    I suggest to connect HDD directly to Wii, and use HUB for your microphones and other USB devices.



    About Exit:
    There is no exit in UniiLoader because if it started as channel there it's unknown where to return. Even if UniiLoader started as homebrew, it overwrites return stub (to make return to UniiLoader instead) - so again, return point in unknown.

    But there is better option to exit: everyone can choose where to exit by launch HBC, System Menu or other loader/manager.
    You can even make Favorite folder in UniiLoader and rename it as "Exit" and then put Syetem Menu and HBC there. Isn't it more flexible than hardcoded exit option?


    About ISO/WBFS filenames: Names can be in human readable form like "007_GoldenEye.wbfs" instead of ID.


    About GC DVD loading:
    it works only from WODE. NANDEmu+DI supports only Wii games and ISO9660.


    ISO9660:
    You may have ISO9660 DVD images on NANDEmu+DI as well! But to launch it, you need to open properties first and define application to launch (as mentioned earlier).
    Using ISO9660 images is useful for emulators because if you're using NANDEmu on USB, then applications won't be able to access USB HDD. So, just put all your ROMs to DVD and use it for appropriate emulator. You can use WiiMC for this purpose as well.

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    This is great! I love the NANDEmu! It works well on my 2 USB drives and able to read and play games. Keep up the good work!!!

    Regards,
    CZ

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