08-14-2010, 05:42 AM
Fisrt thing - sorry for my English!
Second - Tank you very much for your tutorials!
Trhird - i have a problem! I've followed every thing... and when I'm on usb loader and try to load a wiiware game i get a "exception (dsi) occurred" error... all the other no wiiware games work... dont know what to do!!!!
help me please!!!
Note: I think that the tutorial should explain better the step 5 options in wad2iso... just a opinion...
First Thing - sorry for my English!
second - thank you very much for your useful posts!
Third - I have a problem: I followed all the tutorial steps and now, when i try to run a wiiware game via usb loader i get a "exception (dsi) occurred" error - a black screen full of white codes... what can i do? all the other no-wiware isos are fine! I've tryied with wiiflow... same thing!
please help me!!
note I think it would be super if a better explanation could be added to step 5 regarding wad2iso options... just an opinion!
Please use the Edit function.
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08-15-2010, 04:29 AM
use Any Title Deleter and delete savegame /title/00010000/53525150
Originally Posted by publicENEMY
make new nand backup with bootmii
NAND-bin2raw.exe nand.bin nand_dec.bin
zestig.exe nand-key.bin nand_dec.bin nand
... all done
Last edited by pcristi; 08-15-2010 at 04:34 AM.
08-15-2010, 10:05 AM
Will it work if my HD has WBFS + NTFS?
Well... that's my question: will this guide work if I use an HD that has WBFS + NTFS? Thanks for any insight.
08-15-2010, 03:21 PM
System menu kickback
Okay, so I had some problems loading some isos that did the black screen to menu thing. Then, I saw ST7U's fix about changing the default hook type to vbi in wad2iso and that worked for most games, but there are still a few that go to the black screen and freeze there. I'm thinking maybe they're bad wads so I'll be using different ones to check that theory. I have also read a post from a different site that had a different fix for the black screen to system menu dilemma; the advice was to install these:
I checked back with Dogeggs 3.1-4.1 softmodding guide, and the last three are different versions than the ones I had installed as per the guide. Now, I've read that IOSs under 200 should never be uninstalled, but what about installing different versions of the same ones? Maybe I should just install the first one on the list (which wasn't installed during softmodding) and see if that works? I don't really know too much about the complexities of screwing with IOSs, and I don't wanna lay a brick.
Thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.
And this guide rocks, emu. It's awesome. I've got covers from wiitdb for my emulators, forwarded as isos. I was up all night making covers from vgboxart for some of the N64 vc games. Is, that considered bad form to cut up someone's box art to use? I mean I'm not selling it or pawning it of as my own. Oh, speaking of which, I noticed that ST7U's fix worked for all vc games, it's just a few wiiware titles that freeze on the black screen.
Last edited by Noboru; 08-15-2010 at 03:39 PM.
08-16-2010, 08:30 AM
Just complete the tutorial and everything is running smooth... I have a 4.2u softmodded wii, wiiflow 2.1 and a HDD with 2 FAT32 partitions... wad2iso works without problems (I just had to convert the .iso to .wbfs using Wii Game Manager)... The only problem with NAND emulation is having to use the RESET option instead of the WI MENU option when exiting a Wiiware Game... The first time I click on the WII MENU it take me back to priiloader, I tried to click on System Menu and priiloader showed: "System Menu not found", that was scary! lol... There is a better way of exiting the games without having to RESET?
08-17-2010, 10:53 PM
Thank you for this thread! However, I am having problems that I have seen others have had but I can't seem to resolve it. I did everything as mentioned. I am using Configurable USB Loader. IOS38 17. I have a WD 2TB external HD I am using. I have a WBSF folder on a NTFS partition where I play all of my games. I also have a FAT32 partition that is set to active and primary. I have all of the NAND folders in both of the NTFS and FAT32 partitions, as well as the NAND GAMES folder in both. I use Wii Game Manager to convert the ISOs to wbsf files.
I have tried using TRIIFORCE, but every time I got the I CANT FIND LIST error. Tried this, and the games show up on my USB loader, and when I click on it for the options, the sound plays.... however, when I try to play it, the screen goes black for 10 seconds, then sends me back to the main screen. I have tried all 20 of my WADs.
Any help would be GREAT because I have spent hours trying to get this whole process to work with no avail. Thanks in advance!
08-17-2010, 11:39 PM
Originally Posted by infuriated_rain
You should Only have it on the FAT32 partition. If it was me....I would start the guide again from scratch. If you set it up properly and have your drive formatted properly, then you should not get that error.
I have all of the NAND folders in both of the NTFS and FAT32 partitions, as well as the NAND GAMES folder in both.
08-18-2010, 12:21 AM
Did you try setting the hook type to vbi (instead of the default of none) in wad2iso?
Originally Posted by infuriated_rain
08-18-2010, 08:20 AM
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I made some changes to the guide in the WAD2ISO part..... and to culminate the changes made by the Creator of the program.... (THANKS POIDA)
Hope it helps.....
08-18-2010, 12:17 PM
No, I havent tried that but I will later today. Thanks!
Originally Posted by Noboru
@Krank, were you talking about in regards to Triiforce or ISO forwarding through USB Loader?
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