I believe I may have found an answer to my overlooked post the other day. I am now using a fat32/wbfs filesystem; which, apart from starting faster, allows me to load [most] wiiware titles that I install via this method. I cannot say with 100 percent certainty that said method supports only wbfs file system loading, but such is the conclusion that I must reach after investing in hearsay to this degree.
I must thank the creator of this guide, and the developers of the code that made this possible, for helping to make this a reality. Thank you.
As for compatibility, I have noticed that all wiiware titles that I have installed, excepting a small handful that must remain on my SD card, work perfectly in Configurable USB Loader. I would like to know if other users with similarly functioning derivations are experiencing like symptoms. If this is the case then I propose that a compatibility list be crafted for future reference. Problems include: for all titles within the episodic series SBCG4AP a route back to the homebrew channel occurs after idling for approximately 15 seconds, no matter the video setting. With the game Majora's Mask I have noticed heavy sound aliasing; an artifact that is not present in the version currently installed on my SD card. Lastly: ocarina codes cannot be loaded for any game installed via this manner regardless of settings.
As the loader in NANDgames folder is based off triiforce all games will not work because of the compatibility of the triiforce....
Well I have no problem with wad2iso v3_37 and the new v3_40 making the iso's. I did notice that if you do anything else but move the mouse around you take a big chance of freezing it. Actually if you click something as simple as a scroll bar outside of the wad2iso program the cursor will start moving on its own (in the new program you just clicked on), but wad2iso stops.
This brings me to a new problem. Everything worked perfect following the guide, but when I try and load from USBLGX or WiiFlow it goes black for about 15 seconds and then reboots HBC. I am currently trying to find out what part I am missing in the forwarding to the USB FAT32 partition <Active>, or what file/s and or folders I am missing from the Fat32 partition. All created in nand for isof, and nandgames (folders in root). I am going to put the wads folder in root next (from wip isof).
here is a vid showing you my problem.... i know that it sucks quality wise but it gets the point across.....
Where is the download folder refered to in 6b?
Uninstal - Install 3.4 and try again. /EDIT - Update to v4.0
If you still have a problem let me know
FYI - there is no need to click the OK button if you are not going to change the default settings - the option box closes automatically after a few seconds :D
I already do have my own thread (that is where Wad2ISO originates)
The script was written for my use, thoroughly tested on my machine (I can't test it on yours) and works perfectly for me every time. It will not work on every machine, but I have spent a lot of time adjusting it, improving compatibility for the majority.:)
There is nobody that can adjust Wad2ISO but me, so any user having difficulties specifically regarding Wad2ISO, is much more likely to persuade me to put in the effort to adjust the script to work for them, if they notify me of the issue, at the thread that I designated for that purpose.
If that's too much to ask, no problem - just wait until someone else reports the issue to me, and eventually an update will be released. :)
A single fat32 partition works fine (that's what I use)
It remove the 500 title limitation that exists with a WBFS partition :)
If any comment in this post seem too harsh, and results in yet another post being deleted then unfortunately,the only option left regarding Wad2ISO is to wait for the updates :)