Wii Backup Manager 0.3.8 Build 60, cover art move to USB HDD
I apologize in advance if this has been posted. I searched for a bit here, and did not see specifically on this issue.
Using Mauifrog's 'SoftMod Any Wii' directions (thank you mods for the point in the right direction. Everything seemed to go just fine, the process worked the first time), I have successfully modified my 4.3u wii console. I have also taken an ISO image of one of my backups (children/sharpies/wii disks dont play well together), and used Wii Backup Manager 0.3.8 Build 60 to take the iso image and build the directory structure and file onto my external USB HDD [drive]:\wbfs\[folder name]\gamefile.wbfs.
It will load with Configurable USB loader v65 that was installed with the above Mauifrog softmod process. I can go in, I see the External Drive partition (in this case NTFS), and I will get the 3d-looking menu option to see the game files. The game fill will load fine and play, but what I can not figure out for the life of me, is how I take the cover art that I see the Wii Backup Manager pull over into my computer, sync'd up with the external HDD when I plug the HDD into my computer and view the files. I can load the directory on my computer through the Wii Backup Manager, but when I attempt any and all options to sync up the cover art TO the external HDD, nothing happens. I can see the cover art that has been pulled over, again, in the directory folder of the Wii Backup Manager ([drive]:\[extracted directory folder]\WiiBackupManager\covers\CFG.
They show up fine there from the download process through the Manager, how or where do I put what files onto the External HDD so the cover art shows up when the drive is plugged into the Wii and I view it through the Configurable USB Loader?
I appreciate any direction, links to posted answers, ect. Again, sorry in advance is this has been a topic covered, I have dug through the program, and I just am not seeing how I get that cover art/3d image/2d image/disk image over through the manager to the external HDD.
Thank you in advance for your time,