uLoader 4.XXX NAND Emulation Question
Hey Wiihacks. I had a question regarding NAND emulation on uLoader. I use uLoader 4.9C to launch my backups on my D3-2 drive, 4.2U Wii and I read on another site how one of uLoader's newest features was NAND emulating, and how that can be used to play VC/Wiiware games. I also read that triforce does pretty much the same thing.
When I checked GBATemps "matrix compatibility table" (link below) for uLoader and loading VC/Wiiware, I noticed that there were some entries (Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask is an example) that say you get either a stack dump or a system error message when starting these games.
ULoader 4.X VC/WiiWare emulation compatibility - WikiTemp
My question is: Because it is an emulated NAND through an SD card (as opposed to using your own real Wii's NAND), is it safe to say that if you were to get a stack dump or system error message that nothing bad could happen to your Wii's internal NAND or system files (in lamen's terms, no brick possibility)?
I am interested in trying this out, but would like to know if anyone has encountered an error or a stack dump while using an emulated NAND on uLoader (or triforce) and if it messed up your system in any way or not.