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Thread: [GUIDE] - DIOS MIOS v2.10 - Play Gamecube Backups From Your USB HDD

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Some games can use NoMoreMemory to save to SD/USB but not all games can use this feature. It is strongly recommended you get a GC memory card.

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    Will I know which games have this feature in USB Loader GX or no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thed0ctor

    Will I know which games have this feature in USB Loader GX or no?
    It won't tell you, you have to look online for a list or go by trial and error.

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    here is a list of some games that work with NMM
    http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/DIOS_MI...atibility_List


    Quote Originally Posted by HarxEdit View Post
    Yeah, I both hard-drives are identical in the information stored on them, only the smaller one works. Thats why this is so infuriating. So I've gotta install DIOS MIOS straight to the emulated nand, or to the wii itself before backing up the nand?
    Is your 1.43TB also FAT32 with 32KB cluster, primary, active, first partition (USB1) or one partition. Sometimes the large hard drive have 64KB cluster size
    My hard drive had 64KB cluster so I use Acronis Disk Director 11 Advanced to change the cluster from 64KB to 32KB cluster.

    Did you try Devolution, you do not have to install DIOS MIOS to play GC games.
    http://gbatemp.net/topic/330554-devo...ublic-release/
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    Yeah, I looked into Devolution, I'd much rather use Wiiflow, for simplicity and also I'm lazy, so I dont want to change between two different homebrew channels. And yses, I have set to those spefications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarxEdit View Post
    Yeah, I looked into Devolution, I'd much rather use Wiiflow, for simplicity and also I'm lazy, so I dont want to change between two different homebrew channels. And yses, I have set to those spefications.
    Devolution works with any usb loader, Wiiflow , USB loader GX etc, but that is another guide. I use it sometimes with USB Loader GX but I prefer DIOS MIOS 2.2. I do not have a emulated nand on my USB so I hope the experts help you with that question, you may be right about having to install DIOS MIOS straight to the emulated nand or to the wii itself before backing up the nand. Hope we here from the experts soon

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    I may give Devolution a go, I've got no idea why DIOS MIOS won't work on my larger hard-drives. At the moment, I'm just copying what game I want to play onto the smaller one, but I'd really love to just have my full library displayed to me, otherwise its no different from having to get the disk out. And yes, hopefully I'll get help from the experts soon. All I need is to fix this problem and whammo, no more issues for me.

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    Did I forget something? I'm getting the "This game is on USB." With USB Loader GX

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    I am doing this first time and have a few questions
    and hope somebody can help me here:

    1. Should i put all downloaded and unzipped folders in the same
    "games" folder on the USB HD?
    So now I have DIOS MIOS v2.0, Wad Manager 1.7, DiskEx and DML Wad Creator folders
    under "games.

    2. How do I
    Install the DIOS MIOS v2.0 wad file with Wad Manager 1.7. (with d2x v8 base 56.)?
    How do i run this installation?

    i hope this will get me started...

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    No, only the game isos and any other files that were created along with it if you used Disc Ex have to be in the "games" folder.

    The diosmiosv2.0.wad file or whatever it is currently named should be on your SD card under any folder. DiscEx is a program that goes on your computer, not your Wii. DML Wad creator goes in the same folder that you put the DiscEx files on your computer (a.k.a. your computer's harddisk, or where ever you run your computer programs from). Wad Manager 1.7 should go into the apps folder of your SD Card because it's an application that the Homebrew Channel runs.

    You will install Dios Mios with Wad Manager v1.7 from the homebrew channel, if you will. You may also use IOS 236 to install the .wad file instead of d2x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zusfrid
    I am doing this first time and have a few questions
    and hope somebody can help me here:

    1. Should i put all downloaded and unzipped folders in the same
    "games" folder on the USB HD?
    So now I have DIOS MIOS v2.0, Wad Manager 1.7, DiskEx and DML Wad Creator folders
    under "games.

    2. How do I Install the DIOS MIOS v2.0 wad file with Wad Manager 1.7. (with d2x v8 base 56.)?
    How do i run this installation?

    i hope this will get me started...
    I'll try and clear up as much as I can.

    1) All your GC games should be in their own folders inside a Games folder. An example using Zelda Wind Waker: USB1\Games\GZLE01\Game.iso, in this example "Games" is right on the root of your HDD, "GZLE01" is a subfolder inside the Games folder and game.iso is the actual game itself (if the game was added with DiscEx/DML Wad Creator you will also see a "sys" folder with 3 other files that may or may not be needed to run the game). If you follow the guide on page 1 and use DiscEx and DML Wad Creator they will automatically output the gameID folder, you just need to move it to your USB1\Games.

    DiscEx and DML Wad Creator not necessarily needed, however they do make things a bit easier if your new to this stuff. You only use on your computer as means of generating the proper file structure, names and compressing the iso (essentially this just makes it easier as all you really need to do is to copy/paste the generated folder into the HDDs Game folder)

    2) I can't tell you how to do it with Wad Manager as I've never used that program but with Multi-Mod Manager 13.4 it's done like this.

    Take DIOS MIOS vX (vX = what ever version you decide to use, I recommend 2.2 with USB Loader GX but other options are available), put said WAD file into your WAD folder on your SD card. Next put the SD card in your Wii and launch the HomeBrew Channel. Select Multi-Mod Manager and choose load. Scroll towards the bottom to the option that tells you your current IOS (if it doesn't say 236 just press A, you'll see a list of all your IOSs. Scroll to 236 and press A, IOS236 is now the loaded IOS for installing). You be sent back to the main menu of MMM, select "Wad Manager" and you'll see all the wads in you SDs WAD folder, look for your DIOS MIOS.wad and press A (I believe you'll have to press A again to confirm your action). Once done it will tell you success (or failure, if it fails you may have a problem with IOS236). If you get a success message you're done, you can now load USB Loader GX, pop in a GameCube disc and install it (that's the easiest way). Optionally you can rip the games on you Wii + HDD using CleanRip than run the game ISO through DiscEx. I'd really recommend reading the guide a couple times to familiarize yourself with the process but truthfully if your really new and it all sounds very complex you're better off just installing the games with USB Loader.

    Hopefully this helps

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