No. Game cannot be networked loaded. If someone did manage to find a way to do it, it would be so slow that few people would use it anyway. It takes about an hour for me to FTP a stripped wbfs file from my PC to my Wii. Compare that to the time to install a game from the disk directly, usually 15-20 min. That means that load times for EVERYTHING would be 3-4 times slower.
Other programs can network load other media, but those are usually a small video or a song, something that's no more than a few megs in size.
At best, a USB flashdrive may be used (in terms of less expense than a full USB HD).
ok cheers for replys
how about me using a usb with 2 male ends on it could that work??
Can you levitate with your mind? The answer to that is the answer to your edited in question.
Out of nowhere my homebrew channel (wii u) is not full screen. I just played snes and nes roms last night and all was good. Now there are black bars at each side of the screen no matter what I am doing in the homebrew channel. Any suggestions?
From what I have read and comprehended, the update to Wii-U perceives the HBC as a VC Title and forces the display to 4:3 (think pre-widescreen TVs). If you use a forwarder channel, the issue is eliminated. While I will not link, credit on this observation and solution goes to JoostinOnline.
Thanks. While I won't ask for a link can you name a program?
It's a forwarder channel for the HBC itself. JoostinOnline is a member here, you could always PM him.
Oh cool, thanks. New to forums, sorry for my ignorance.