Anyway, can't anyone help me? Or at least, answer me?..
I'm going to give up on the USB version. It's just not working for me. Now it whacked my Wiimotes out of sync. I got the SD version up and running fine, I'll just stick to that.
Just curious but has anyone gotten ocarina codes to work? Some games are too hard for my feeble brain T-T
it should actually state, select USB since that is where your SOURCE files are located. After installing I remove WAD Manager from USB Thumbdrive and then put my SD card back in. The forwarder does indeed correctly forward to the USB drive. I have also stated that the it does matter which USB port you plug into the back of Wii. Looking from the front, you have to insert on the back left even though I was able to install it perfectly fine having it in the back right, but it wouldn't run from the back right, on the back left (looking from the front of it.)Quote:
5. Make sure you have source device set to < Wii SD Slot >.
The only heart burn I have right now is game loading is some what slow. I was playing Adventure Island and the pauses between levels is annoying as heck. I may switch to SD loading to see the speed difference.
OP has done a great job writing the guide, but step 3 has to be refined or broken up into 2 separate sections, one for SD users and one for USB users. The current step is for SD users only and the screen shot is also for SD users. Not trying to knock the OP in anyway.
To orel: Triiforce isnt perfect, some games just wont work. I remember reading that some games have a problem creating the initial save files, like, if you made a nand dump that already had the save files for those games, they will work. Unfortunately there is no easy way to fix this, and making a nand dump with those saves would be a pain. Also, some games just wont work.
Most games do work, so for games that don't, just install them to the wii normally.
I havent been able to, but ive only tried with megaman 9.
Now for my own question, something I've been wondering about since installing this. When it comes to ios needed to run these games, does it matter which ios were on the wii when the nand backup was made, or does it use the current versions of the ios that are on the wii memory?
Lol, I got triiforce to avoid a banner brick ^^"..
Meh, maybe it is about time I'd install preloader, I just hope the 4.1 update will be alright D:
Is it possible to use Triiforce on softmoded 4.2e black wii. If not will it be possible in the future? OR will there be any other software which is compatible with 4.2e?
Maybe a stupid question
- Is it possible to play these wad games (NES, SNES, wiiware...) on an iso file (which is copied to USB HDD via WBFS manager) without having to install or do anything else?
thanks in advance
Yes it will work on 4.2e.
Your second question doesn't make sense...play the wads on an ISO file???
Thank you. so I will just follow the guide on page 1 and it will work on my 4.2e wii.
Second question: What I was trying to ask is: Compile an ISO file with lots of Wad files(games) in it and run it through USB HDD which is formatted with WBFS or burn it on DVD an play
sorry I am newbie
Also another question
Is there any emulation software for WII to play old games or wads which will not consume any space on the NAND of the wii like Triiforce?
No problem I just didn't understand what you were asking. As far as I know its not possible and if it is possible you probablly wont be able to do it because you have a new black wii so it most likely has the D3-2 which wont read any burned media.
I did read that it was possible to play the triiforce games from USB loader like your wii games but I haven't looked into it.
EDIT: Just re-read your post and saw that you said you wanted to do it from USB HDD so you can disregard what I said about playing burned media. Sorry.