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    So I have my Wii games, GameCube games, Wii Ware games and Virtual Console all running on USB Loader GX just fine and now I am moving on to set up the different console emulators like FCE Ultra GX. Is there a way I can have the emulators show up in USB Loader GX like all the other games ( like with cover art and a description from wiitdb) and launch the emulators that way instead of using the homebrew channel or a forwarder?

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    Here is a Package that has Snes/Nes Cover flow Emulators..Link..Emulators.

    Also, these Emulators are old , so if it asks to update ....Don't.
    Extract them the same way you would with the other emulators, but remember you must rename the games to match the covers or the covers will not show up.

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    Woah, there are versions of SNES9X and FCEU that show cover art??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    Here is a Package that has Snes/Nes Cover flow Emulators..Link..Emulators.

    Also, these Emulators are old , so if it asks to update ....Don't.
    Extract them the same way you would with the other emulators, but remember you must rename the games to match the covers or the covers will not show up.

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    That's not really what I was asking but thanks for the info. I didn't know something like that existed. I'll have to try them out.

    But what I really wanted to do is have each emulator itself show up in USB Loader GX like it was it's own game with a cover and a description about the emulator. I installed a forwarder for both the nes and snes emulators and I was able to see them as selectable "games"but only FCE Ultra GX had a cover art and a description. I hope that makes more sense and you understand what I am ultimately trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutz450 View Post
    That's not really what I was asking but thanks for the info. I didn't know something like that existed. I'll have to try them out.

    But what I really wanted to do is have each emulator itself show up in USB Loader GX like it was it's own game with a cover and a description about the emulator. I installed a forwarder for both the nes and snes emulators and I was able to see them as selectable "games"but only FCE Ultra GX had a cover art and a description. I hope that makes more sense and you understand what I am ultimately trying to do.
    Yes, I def. understand ...Now!

    You want to Emulate those emulators through your Usb Loader Gx with cover art, using the nand Emulation feature.

    I have not used that in a VEERRRY long time, wait for some-one who has experience in this category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    Yes, I def. understand ...Now!

    You want to Emulate those emulators through your Usb Loader Gx with cover art, using the nand Emulation feature.
    Well when you put it like that..... lol.

    But seriously, I don't think it matters whether it's installed as a channel in the regular NAND or a channel in the emuNAND since USB Loader GX can see the channels both ways. But I noticed that when I load the forwarders from the Wii itself the emulators work fine. But when I load the forwarders from USB Loader GX it doesn't recognize my USB Hard Drive, only my SD Card. I'm wondering if it has anything to do that I am running USB Loader GX from the USB Drive. I'm going to try experimenting with that theory but I just don't have time to do it now.

    Something else I found while searching google was something called cISO's but the latest topic I could find on it was back in 2009. (Link to topic here). If I understand it correctly, the emulators were turned into an ISO that was able to be installed into USB Loader GX just like any other Wii or Gamecube game and was able to be run that way. Unfortunately, all the files they link to are to megaupload which doesn't exist anymore. Anybody have any ideas on this that can help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutz450 View Post
    That's not really what I was asking but thanks for the info. I didn't know something like that existed. I'll have to try them out.

    But what I really wanted to do is have each emulator itself show up in USB Loader GX like it was it's own game with a cover and a description about the emulator. I installed a forwarder for both the nes and snes emulators and I was able to see them as selectable "games"but only FCE Ultra GX had a cover art and a description. I hope that makes more sense and you understand what I am ultimately trying to do.
    If I'm understanding right, you want the cover art for the SNES GX emulator, I had the same problem. I just went to http://www.gametdb.com/ downloaded the missing covers and placed them in the folder with the rest of the images.The name the loader uses for Snes GX isn't the same as the one Gametdb uses. (When you download the images from the site you'll have to rename them to what ever USB GX calls them. If you saved the file of missing covers you'll find the 4 letter name within the text file.)

    I'd tell you exactly what the path and file name is but I'm not near my wii at the moment.

    Edit: Rename the images 9XGX its labeled DSNA at the site. Make sure you click on the HQ link on the page for the full size version.

    I also had the same issue with trying to load games from the emulator of the usb when launching from USB GX. I just put all my games for the emulator on the sd instead of the usb and it works fine now. (It's a 32GB card)
    Last edited by Nsoul; 07-23-2013 at 08:16 AM. Reason: Found it

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    How come when I load up the extracted nand with usb loader gx, it displays 67 titles that aren't even installed anymore? It's extremely annoying because even though I have no games installed at the moment of backing up the nand, those titles still show up in usb loader gx.

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    Try deleting the usb loader cache

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