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    [Guide] WiiFlow

    Prerequisites



    Important Notice (Read This!)



    Installing WiiFlow



    Setting Up Your Hard Drive



    Ripping Your Games



    Downloading Covers



    Other WiiFlow Settings



    Playing GameCube Games With WiiFlow



    Forwarder Channel & Autobooting



    NAND Emulation



    Plugins



    Ocarina



    Troubleshooting



    Credits

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    Hi,
    Great guide, I have been a usbloader gx fan for ever but seeing that wiiflow can access all emulators with covers I thought it would be be real cool to try this out. I've managed to get wiiflow playing my wii games and my snes roms. The wii covers show up fine however i'm having trouble getting the rom covers to load, I have them in the following sd/wiiflow/boxcovers/snes9xgx and I've changed the box name to match the rom file and added ".png" to the end of the cover file but it's not showing up!! I've searched and searched but with no real joy, I did find another guide on another forum giving there version of a wii hack, it's different to your guide the main being d2x is version10 beta. I'm not so keen on following that, as I know from you guys that v8 is the most stable d2x. I love, and trust this site and all the guides on here, I along with many others always receive good feedback on any problems another reason for not doing it.
    FYI I'm on system menu 4.1e and I updated my softmod last week using your "any wii guide" and I have the most up to date version of wiiflow inc plugins pack. I'm desperate to get all these covers for my roms if anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it.

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    Awesome guide thanks..
    Only thing I can suggest, make sure to highlight which port to plug the USB in I had games showing, but going to black then system menu as I was in wrong port. Took me 2 hours to work that out

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    How do i load wiiflow from usb instead of my sd card? It says " No available usb partitions for data and no sd card inserted when i pull the sd card. I installed the same files on my usb as i did the sd card. When i put the card in it works fine. Thank you!

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    Find the line in the wiiflow.ini file (use notepad) that says data_on_usb=no and change to data_on_usb=yes

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    Make sure that your USB is FAT32, since HBC won't read NTFS partitions.

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    I changed the wiiflow.ini file as you stated and now i get a stack dump. w:/apps/wiiflow/wiiflow.ini is the one i changed. Any other suggestions. I would like a channel to work instead of having to go to homebrew. I tried installing channels and the same thing happens. I get a stack dump. And my HD is fat32.
    Thanks!

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    I have just re-softmoded my wii again with the latest guide, taking my wiiflow to 4.1 (I think), all working fine, but would really like to keep wiiflow updated to the latest version (4.21 I think), but cant seem to get the updater to work within wiiflow. Any suggestions please?

    Also when putting new games on my USB drive (using wii game manager), then pluggin my HD back into the wii, wiiflow doesn't always see the new games straight away. Whats the correct procedure for getting wiiflow to see new games on the USB hard drive please?

    Cheers.

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    I have a link to the download page of WiiFlow in my signature. You can download the latest file (if .zip, unzip it to reveal the .dol file). Then replace the sd:/apps/wiiflow/boot.dol file that you have with the new one (same name, same directory -- overwrite the existing file), and then you will have 4.2.1.

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