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    LOL muaddib. I went to your profile and was going to PM you asking how you got around it and I saw the message about Racket Sports. I deleted the save and redumped my nand. Worked perfectly! Just got things up and running about 5 minutes ago. And GREAT GUIDE btw! Thanks!

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    Thanks for the tutorial, but I cannot seem to get MC to read my eNAND. I have Triiforce working fine, loading wiiware from my eHDD, but it doesn't work with certain games. I was recommended MC as it appears to be the successor to Triiforce, but when I load MC from the HBC, it gives me three options: Load from real nand, load from SD nand, or from USB nand. I would like to run it from my USB nand like triiforce does.

    -On the screen where I can select the way to load the NAND, the lower lefthand corner states I am using "Mighty Channels - IOS 249 v17"

    -When I try to load the real NAND, I get a black screen with basically a code dump, and at the top reads "Exception (DSI) occurred!

    -When I try and load the SD nand I get an error "Error: I can't get the title list Ret:-1" (this would make sense, I have no SD card inserted)

    -When I try and load the USB nand, it takes me to a screen stating: "starting USB nand emulation" and hangs forever, and I am forced to hard reset the wii.

    -I have the USB plugged into the correct USB slot.

    The xml file located at USB:\apps\mighty_channels reads:

    The root dir of my usb looks like this:

    ShowMiiWads 1.4 "ShowMiiNand" reads this:

    Last edited by darktree; 01-25-2011 at 04:19 AM. Reason: grammar / cleanup
    4.3u Wii using -> CFG Loader v64 - Triiforce MRC SS - 160gb Western Digital Elements [FAT32]

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    Hey quick question guys. In one of my previous post below

    "Another quick question Cile. When I was loading mighty channels from the HBC
    it would still say 249 v21 in the lower left hand corner. I had installed cIOS246[38]-v17 and wanted to use that. I edited my meta.xml but still it would still load 249 v21 from hbc. I actually tested all the wiiware games I had like that and they did work with 249 v21 from mighty launched from the hbc. Anyway does it not read the meta.xml arguments in HBC?? When I installed your forwarder it worked fine and read my 246 v17 in the bottom left corner. Just wondering if I'm missing something here or if the meta.xml wasnt/isnt supported in hbc? Either way seems like everythings working fine now and the forwarder is reading my 246 v17. Just not sure why it wouldn't read 246 v17 when launched from the hbc, or did that have something to do with the forwarders that support meta.xml?? Other than that everything else seems fine so I should be good to go. Great guide and nice forwarder.

    It should be if your are using 1.0.7+"

    okay now Cile you said it should be if I'm using 1.0.7 +, but I'm using 1.0.8. I'm just wondering
    why its not reading my xml arguments through hbc? It automatically defaults to 249. When I launch from
    your forwarder channel ( or the other one, not sure which I got, one or the other) it passes the arguments
    and uses 246[38]17 like I edited in the xml. Just wondering why it doesnt read/pass the arguments in meta.xml
    through the hbc??

    Also another quick one question for ya below.

    How would I add more games to my backup nand. Like when
    new games come out and I buy them. Instead of doing a whole new nand damp, and
    installing the titles manually like that, cant I just install the new games to a nand already
    dumped?? I showmiiwads to do that, and I already got my nand extracted and my new games
    installed, but like future purchases how would you add those. In showmiiwads it has the option
    to extract to nand or folder?? I imagine for future games, I would have to extract these to a folder right?
    Not wanting to do a whole nand dump again right?? Like for example the folder structure

    * import
    * meta
    * Shared1
    * Shared2
    * sys
    * ticket
    * title
    * tmp

    title seems to be the bigger folder at 700mb, and the rest are real little. For future wiiware games would I use the extract to folder option in showmiiwads and extract to a specific folder like the folder * title?? I've did it successfull with my games, but I plan to buy a heap more in the future so basically when the time arrives cant I install em whenever one by one?? I put all those folders on my usb drive and I erased my nand-extracteda folder cause it was just taking up space. Basically to sum it up I guess, how would we add additional games to already extracted nand or folders.??Like when I use showmiiwads instead of using the option extract to nand or extract then to nand, couldnt I use extract to folder( its one of the options listed) and extract to the folder which has my wiiware, which I'm thinking is the * title folder, because this folder is bigger than the rest?

    Sorry if its not too clear. I'm trying to explain myself the best I can. If I need to elaborate more let me know and I'll do my bes. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks to those in advance that try to sort me out. Just thought I'd try to kill tow birds with one stone with this one.

    Thanks

    Edit: Got the second question sorted out, just wondering about the first and why when mighty launched from the hbc doesnt read what I set in the meta.xml but does when I launch from the forwarder. Other than that I dont think I have anything I else I need clarified. Everything else seems to be working fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darktree View Post
    Thanks for the tutorial, but I cannot seem to get MC to read my eNAND. I have Triiforce workign fine, loading wiiware from my eHDD, but it doesn't work with certain games. I was recommended MC as it appears to be the successor to Triiforce, but when I load MC from the HBC, it gives me three options: Load from real nand, load from SD nand, or from USB nand. I would like to run it from my USB nand like triiforce does.

    -On the screen where I can select the way to load the NAND, the lower lefthand corner states I am using "Mighty Channels - IOS 249 v17"

    -When I try to load the real NAND, I get a black screen with basically a code dump, and at the top reads "Exception (DSI) occured!

    -When I try and load the SD nand I get an error "Error: I can't get the title list Ret:-1" (this would make sense, I have no SD card inserted)

    -When I try and load the USB nand, it takes me to a screen stating: "starting USB nand emulation" and hangs forever, and I am forced to hard reset the wii.

    -I have the USB plugged into the correct USB slot.

    The xml file located at USB:\apps\mighty_channels reads:



    The root dir of my usb looks like this:



    ShowMiiWads 1.4 "ShowMiiNand" reads this:


    Did you create a new nand dump or you using the triiforce one....

    also try setting it on your sd/usb flash drive then you ll know the trouble is your hdd.....

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    I tried to use mighty channels with the triiforce nand setup I had from emuhacks guide to play WiiWare from a usb loader, it didn't work. Mighty Channels would recognize the games and load them but the Wiimote would loose connectivity. I had to start all over with a fresh nand dump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freestile View Post
    Hey quick question guys. In one of my previous post below

    "Another quick question Cile. When I was loading mighty channels from the HBC
    it would still say 249 v21 in the lower left hand corner. I had installed cIOS246[38]-v17 and wanted to use that. I edited my meta.xml but still it would still load 249 v21 from hbc. I actually tested all the wiiware games I had like that and they did work with 249 v21 from mighty launched from the hbc. Anyway does it not read the meta.xml arguments in HBC?? When I installed your forwarder it worked fine and read my 246 v17 in the bottom left corner. Just wondering if I'm missing something here or if the meta.xml wasnt/isnt supported in hbc? Either way seems like everythings working fine now and the forwarder is reading my 246 v17. Just not sure why it wouldn't read 246 v17 when launched from the hbc, or did that have something to do with the forwarders that support meta.xml?? Other than that everything else seems fine so I should be good to go. Great guide and nice forwarder.

    It should be if your are using 1.0.7+"

    okay now Cile you said it should be if I'm using 1.0.7 +, but I'm using 1.0.8. I'm just wondering
    why its not reading my xml arguments through hbc? It automatically defaults to 249. When I launch from
    your forwarder channel ( or the other one, not sure which I got, one or the other) it passes the arguments
    and uses 246[38]17 like I edited in the xml. Just wondering why it doesnt read/pass the arguments in meta.xml
    through the hbc??

    Also another quick one question for ya below.

    How would I add more games to my backup nand. Like when
    new games come out and I buy them. Instead of doing a whole new nand damp, and
    installing the titles manually like that, cant I just install the new games to a nand already
    dumped?? I showmiiwads to do that, and I already got my nand extracted and my new games
    installed, but like future purchases how would you add those. In showmiiwads it has the option
    to extract to nand or folder?? I imagine for future games, I would have to extract these to a folder right?
    Not wanting to do a whole nand dump again right?? Like for example the folder structure

    * import
    * meta
    * Shared1
    * Shared2
    * sys
    * ticket
    * title
    * tmp

    title seems to be the bigger folder at 700mb, and the rest are real little. For future wiiware games would I use the extract to folder option in showmiiwads and extract to a specific folder like the folder * title?? I've did it successfull with my games, but I plan to buy a heap more in the future so basically when the time arrives cant I install em whenever one by one?? I put all those folders on my usb drive and I erased my nand-extracteda folder cause it was just taking up space. Basically to sum it up I guess, how would we add additional games to already extracted nand or folders.??Like when I use showmiiwads instead of using the option extract to nand or extract then to nand, couldnt I use extract to folder( its one of the options listed) and extract to the folder which has my wiiware, which I'm thinking is the * title folder, because this folder is bigger than the rest?

    Sorry if its not too clear. I'm trying to explain myself the best I can. If I need to elaborate more let me know and I'll do my bes. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks to those in advance that try to sort me out. Just thought I'd try to kill tow birds with one stone with this one.

    Thanks

    Edit: Got the second question sorted out, just wondering about the first and why when mighty launched from the hbc doesnt read what I set in the meta.xml but does when I launch from the forwarder. Other than that I dont think I have anything I else I need clarified. Everything else seems to be working fine.

    Did you use the meta.xml example i put in the guide just change ios = 246.....

    i really dont know why hbc doesnt work when you launch from hbc

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    Hey Cile using the meta.xml from the guide did the trick. I must have used the one from the app,
    cause it would still load 246 from forwarder channel, but not from hbc. Once
    I used the meta.xml from the guide it loaded 246 from hbc with no problem. Thanks bro.

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    So the one in the download pack doesnt work with hbc but does with the forwarder....wierd

    Glad it worked....

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    Yeah Cile thanks for the help dude. For some reason the one in the download pack
    would default to 249 from hbc, but would read the aruguments from forwarder channel.
    Once I copied what you had in the meta.xml example and changed ios to 246 it worked
    fine.
    Last edited by freestile; 01-24-2011 at 09:59 PM.

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    Mighty Channels beta5 released Enjoy link in the first post.....

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