I got one problem with Uniiloader and Nand emu.
I have 2 partitions (fat32 for nand and ntfs for games in wbfs format). My NAND emu is sys version 4.3 (virgin), uniiloader is loaded on start of emu.
I play Rock Band 2 / 3 and when done, I quit. It returns to Uniiloader and shows for a short while, but then comes a code dump (seems like it happens just when initializing the WLAN).
Interestingly it does not behave bad when playin any other game like guitar hero. Then it exits to Uniiloader, initialized WLAN (you see the ip address) and then you can play something else.
Has anyone an idea or can help me?
I can play Rock Band 3 with no problems exiting out. I have a different configuration though, NAND Emu is SM 4.2U (virgin), Uniiloader not loaded on start. My usb drive configuration: 1 Fat32 partition with the nand and game in wbfs format (split to 3 files). You could try removing Uniiloader from start so that when you exit out of RB3, it goes to System Menu. If that works, then possibly it is related to the reloading of Uniiloader. Maybe I should try putting Uniiloader in my NAND and see if I get the same issue.
I just enabled Uniiloader in Start Menu, started RB3, played a song, exited out and it went back to Uniiloader with no problem. Might be your hard drive? Maybe you can try running the game from a usb stick or another hard drive?
I actually suspect that it has something todo with the update partition that is in the wbfs files (the other games I have on nand emu are converted from wbfs partition -> no update partition in dvd). Also because of that I see in the disk channel that I should make a system update (though it is latest 4.3). I am going to try to put there wbfs files w/o the update partition. Thanks in the meantime for trying. I will try also not to load uniiloader on start.
For some reason, I am not able to use Wii Shop Channel in Uniiloader under NANDEmu. I get the error below. I tried System Menu 4.2 and 4.3 with no luck. I also made sure that I have the EULA channel installed and went to User Agreement and enabled it. The WiFi is set up and is working since the Opera Internet Channel works. Does anybody experience this?
Wii Shop Channel
Error COde: 204001
An error has occured that cannot be resolved at this time.
Please try again later.
I've had this error. Some kind of security related.
Either you're trying to login wiishop from nandemu configured for different region or something screwed while you made emulated nand.
Did you made clean NAND, or copy of your real NAND?
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@sorg, many thanks for supporting this thread, its much appreciated.
Where does Uniiloader store it favorites information?
I need to back it up before my current USB HD completely dies.
Thanks again for this great set up!
Hey Sorg! It was a clean NAND, NTSC-U. I created them (4.2U and 4.3U) using ModMii. If I use a copy of my real NAND, Shop works. I also tried creating a NAND using NUS Downloader Emulate NAND Update and Load Script but this time, it was a different error, 205906, but it lets me get in tohop. It is really weird. I must be doing something wrong with the NAND creation. Anyway, not a beggie though, since I can use a copy of my real NAND.
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Also, I was wondering, is there a plan in the future to support the Wii Backup Manager wbfs file game splitting? I have some issues loading them and had to split using Total Manager which I end up having 2 copies of the game, 1 for nandemu and 1 for usbloader running on real NAND. It would be great if this can be added as an enhancement
By the way, thank you very much for providing us with these wonderful tools! I get excited everything I use them!!!
Hey BobZhome! The information in stored in your virtual NAND, "\TITLE\00010001\554e4949\data\settings.ini". If you are using it in real NAND running inside Homebrew Channel, the file is called "Uniiloader.ini" and resides in the root folder of you usb or sd device.
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