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    Quote Originally Posted by Baboo77 View Post
    Here is the link to the R25 channel wads. I got both the 222 and the 249 versions in the pack. All tested and running on my wii.
    Downloading now, thanks Baboo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baboo77 View Post
    Wiiflow doesn't support Hermesv5 yet, 222 with ios38 woks great but the others (37,57,60) blackscreen when loading games, even on R40 and R41. I heard that it does work for some but not everyone and not me, I still puzzled about that one.

    Here is the link to the R25 channel wads. I got both the 222 and the 249 versions in the pack. All tested and running on my wii.
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    Ok I just tested them and they all get my seal of approval. I'll start editing the guide. Thanks again Baboo, I'm sure there are many members who will appreciate these channels.
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    When the next stable release comes out I'll make channels for it and PM you the link.
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    cIOSx rev19, base ios57 | Hermes v5 (202 ios60/222 ios38/223 ios37/224 ios57)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    It's planned for future revisions but set on lower priority. Right now their latest is r36, requires Hermes rev4 for FAT/NTFS support, and still has lots of bugs. Banner sounds aren't working, NTFS doesn't work at all, covers aren't loading under FAT, menus are laggy/unresponsive, etc.

    Narolez left the scene some months ago, so the project is in a different series of hands yet again. I hope they'll come out with a solid revision sometime soon but for now I'm sticking with supporting r25 for the guide.



    So if I'm understanding you right, you want to boot Wiiflow initially using a flash stick then select a game to play and remove the flash stick to plug in your WBFS drive? Honestly I couldn't say because I've never tried it. If it gives you the 30 second countdown to "find your slow usb device" then theoretically you could use that time to plug in the WBFS drive. Try it and let us know how it works out.

    Using the 2nd port to use both drives at once won't work as its currently incompatible with usb drives.

    Honestly my suggestion is to take out a Wiiware game and use your SD card to load Wiiflow. Or backup, format, and partition your WBFS drive to WBFS/FAT. Either would eliminate your need for a flash stick to boot.
    well, after you had said this, i already have 3 partitions, wbfs/fat32/ntfs and im having problems loading the wiiflow forwarder from the system menu as a channel as that needs the .dol which is on my fat partition on my portable hdd and technically, it crashes to the system menu(but actually returns to preloader because of my settings)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiimanistic View Post
    well, after you had said this, i already have 3 partitions, wbfs/fat32/ntfs and im having problems loading the wiiflow forwarder from the system menu as a channel as that needs the .dol which is on my fat partition on my portable hdd and technically, it crashes to the system menu(but actually returns to preloader because of my settings)
    If the app will load from HBC with the same setup, and the forwarder will load when the app is stored on an SD card (with the same tri-partitioned hard drive), then the problem lies in either:
    A. the folder configuration on the FAT32 partition
    B. that hard drive's compatibility with the forwarder when tri-partitioned

    So you'll need to troubleshoot. My suggestion at this point is still to use an SD card, or re-partition the drive WBFS/FAT32 if you can't get it working the way you want it.
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    I am on 1.1 (forgotten rev and at work) with a tri-paritioned drive. I mentioned this elsewhere a few days ago, when you load wiiflow channel wait untill at least the wiiflow text settles in the middle of the screen and begins to spin. This always happens to me if you press 'Start' as soon as the channel loads. It may be nothing to do with wiiflow but rather the HDD spinning up to speed to allow the actual wiiflow data to be read (easy to forget the channel is a forwarder on the wii, not the hard drive itself).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    If the app will load from HBC with the same setup, and the forwarder will load when the app is stored on an SD card (with the same tri-partitioned hard drive), then the problem lies in either:
    A. the folder configuration on the FAT32 partition
    B. that hard drive's compatibility with the forwarder when tri-partitioned

    So you'll need to troubleshoot. My suggestion at this point is still to use an SD card, or re-partition the drive WBFS/FAT32 if you can't get it working the way you want it.
    ok well, i finally found out what was causing the forwarder from booting correctly. my folder was still named as wiiflow_249 after finding out that for either wiiflow folder versions are supposed to be changed to just "wiiflow". but now my question is that how can i "trick" the loader into making a PAL game use an NTSC cover? ive made some of them possible, like making a jap version of klonoa use an ntsc HQ cover, but a few others do not apply the same way. instead they show the PAL covers for the PAL game.

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    Change the name of the file to the gameid that you want it to show for. See section [7] for more on this.

    If you've already done this, then clear your \wiiflow\cache folder and try again.


    Edit: Also, please don't waste my time again by immediately double-posting your question across websites. Pick one and wait for a response.
    Last edited by Ithian; 03-27-2010 at 09:04 AM.
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    I finally got my working. thanks for the instructions..
    even managed to put in a couple of music files to liven up my choice.

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