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    Quote Originally Posted by Prestash
    Hi Snes, you are my last hope. How do I emulate the memory card for use with Dios Mios? I have an sd card inserted and the games just freeze when i try and create a save file. Is there a specific file structure I need to use? Maybe a folder i need to create on the sd card? Does it need to be in a specific format?

    I know you specialise with Devolution but you seem to know your stuff, please help!
    Just turn on "No More Memory" in the USB Loaders settings. When you start a game it create a memory card in the correct location and format for you. Keep in mind DM's NMM doesn't work with all games.

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    I have done that. I have tried with the following games.

    Megaman anniversary collection
    Megaman x collection
    Super smash bros melee

    None work and just freeze. How long should it take to create the file?

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    Not long. I think you should go to the DIOS MIOS guide in this same forum section, you'll get help from more capable people there. I haven't used DM since it was on 2.3 so there isn't a whole lot I can offer for solutions. All I can think of is maybe your HDD or SD aren't formatted to correctly (HDD should be FAT32 with 32kb clusters and the partition with the games must be marked primary and active. The SD should also be FAT32 as well, but the cluster size, in my experience, can be 4,000)

    Aside from those suggestions all I can say is maybe those games just don't work with Dios Mios's "No More Memory" feature.

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    Hey thanks for the guide! I have a (noob) question though: Do I need to have another separate partition in the HDD besides the one I use for storing Wii games, or can I use just that same partition? If I need a separate partition, how do I make sure that I'm choosing this new FAT32-formatted partition in the second step in your guide? I'm very new at all this since I always had just 1 partition for the Wii games only, so I'm not sure how to proceed now...

    Thanks in advance!

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    You can keep Wii games and GC games on the same partition and they will both work, dual partition is not necessary. Just make sure the partition you have is FAT32 with 32kb clusters. If it isn't let me know and I will let you know what to do next.

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    ah thanks a lot! I'm pretty sure my partition is not FAT32-formatted, so I'm moving all my stored wii games to my pc as wbfs files to have a backup, then I'll format my HDD in FAT32 with 32 clusters, then moving back my wii games to the USB HDD. Just a quick question, and hopefully I won't derail the thread anymore lol: After the HDD is correctly formatted, can I just move the games as wbfs files, or do I have to convert them to ISO to make them work properly?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Nope, you can just copy/paste the WBFS folder back to the root of the HDD

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    Thanks a lot again! I'm having problems now with CleanRip When I run it (v1.0.5 with IOS 58), I do all the steps (get past the disclaimer, select USB, FAT, make sure the HDD is connected in the right USB port...) I get to the part where it connects to download the redump.dat files, and then... nothing happens! It's forever downloading the files. It says:

    "Connected to gc-forever.com

    Downloading 252878 bytes"


    And is just there forever...

    Any help would be appreciated!

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    Try it again but when it asks to DL the redump.org files say no, it should still work it just may not be able to verify the game has ripped properly. You can verify it yourself afterwards by looking the game on GameTDB.com and matching the MD5 number listed there with the one in the dumpinfo.txt CleanRip will output after ripping the game.

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    Thanks for all the help SNES, I finally was able to follow all the steps, and now I have my Fire Emblem PoR and Mario Golf Toadstool Tour copies saved in my HDD! Looking to backup my Tales of Symphonia disks as well later hehe. Thanks again, great guide!

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