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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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.
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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4.1E:HBC:Bootmii(IOS):Priiloader v0.3(r32):cIOSrev14:IOS60-patched:WAD Mngr 1.4:Wiiflow 1.1 Full:Wii Shop and IOS61 Installer update:iPlayer:SEAGATE 1TB FreeAgent USB HDD
Change the name of the file to the gameid that you want it to show for. See section  for more on this.
If you've already done this, then clear your \wiiflow\cache folder and try again.
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Last edited by Ithian; 03-27-2010 at 10:04 AM.
I finally got my working. thanks for the instructions..
even managed to put in a couple of music files to liven up my choice.