There you go :)Quote:
Wiiflow will now also auto create a savegame on your wii, and yes, a normal
savegame which you can see in the system menu, there we save our new cIOS stuff
from now on, and in the future we will for sure move more into that since the
NAND loading time is much shorter!
So this new one will get loading games from usb hdd working on the vwii within the wii u? I have not done anything to my vwii yet was waiting for a stable guide last I knew homebrew channke not work and nobody no priiloader support. I currently use usbloader on my actual Wii but if this is better for vwii well Im all for it.
Well, with this and d2x v10 you can use USB loading on the vWii. But softmodding the vWii is still very beta at this point, so it's all at your own risk. And there is the HBC for the vWii.Quote:
Originally Posted by ledhead900
I was wondering if this latest version of wiiflow is capable of reading multiple WBFS partitions in my hard drive? I love wiiflow, but as my game library grew out of my first partition, I made a second partition and wiiflow couldn't read so I changed to USB Loader GX as it reads multiple partitions but I much prefer wiiflow.
I have Wiiflow 4.1 working in my US set Wii U.
I am using it to play my backup Wii games.
e.g. Zelda skyward sword, rabbies games, etc
But I am having problems playing Monster Hunter Tri.
It gives me a black screen and a buzzing sound when starting the 1st game mode.
I have googled and the solution are all for Wii, not for Wii u.
Whether vWii or Wii, this is a well-known issue, consult the guide.
Nope. None of the old cIOS work on the vWii because they all use a normal IOS for a base.
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So for the OP, that probably means you can't USB load MHTri on the vWii. You'll have to stick with those old-fashion disks.