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    @Dragonbyrd; Excellent idea! Worked for me too.
    EDIT: Apparently I can see the channels but the DLC wont actually load. I'm beginning to think this nand emulation is really in an alpha phase at the moment with TONS of flaws. Am I right?
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    I am having serious cover issues though. Seems Wiiflow (and all of my USB loaders) hang while downloading these covers. It's very annoying and at this rate, seems it may be a year or more before I get all my box art finished.

    Tried manual d/l but there is a lot missing.

    Looks like r27 is out now according to the home page of this site. Wonder if this guide will be updated soon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by painless View Post
    Looks like r27 is out now according to the home page of this site. Wonder if this guide will be updated soon?
    That has nothing to do with this, that is a modification of wiiflow released by someone other than the author as it is open source.

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    I fixed my cover issues problem. How I did it was unplugged my Nintendo Wii LAN adapter and went to a friends place who used WiFi. I connected to his WiFi and was able to make a complete update! Still though, problems getting the NAND games to work perfectly. They tend to hang and the Wiimote (Nintendo brand old ones) loose connection and I have to hard reboot the Wii. Then again, this cool program is in Alpha stage at the moment too so that kinda goes with the territory.

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    i am having some issue i have uses this guide and downloaded the app pack at the end of it i installed it to a 2gb sd card fat and wii flow would boot up fine with my .wbsf part hard drive

    i copied the wii flow files the wii flow folder in apps and the wii flow folder in the root and put it on my main 8gb sd card

    BUT now everytime i try and boot up it says no partition found what am i doing wrong am i missing a file that i should of copied from my 2gb to my 8gb (its driving me crazy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by duboisbrian
    i am having some issue i have uses this guide and downloaded the app pack at the end of it i installed it to a 2gb sd card fat and wii flow would boot up fine with my .wbsf part hard drive

    i copied the wii flow files the wii flow folder in apps and the wii flow folder in the root and put it on my main 8gb sd card

    BUT now everytime i try and boot up it says no partition found what am i doing wrong am i missing a file that i should of copied from my 2gb to my 8gb (its driving me crazy)
    Are u sure your following this guide?

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    Thankyou for such an excellent update to the already fantastic WiiFlow, I have some advice for those having issues with newly added Wiiware not showing up, on first detecting your nand folder WiiFlow creates a list for the emulated nand in the cache folder, just delete it and a new one will be created the next time you use WiiFlow.

    Additionally if you are having any black screen issues you may need to change the tv type in your Wii's screen settings. You can also try installing the game to your real nand first so that it can create a save file, works for some games.
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    hey guys i have a ?.......i just softmoded using the any wii guide,if i use that guide do i still have to follow the steps here or am i done?

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    Congrats on your ?....... And yes, if you want to use the nand emulation feature then you will totally need to follow this guide. It would be great if this guide could merge with the ANY guide though as an option or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by painless View Post
    Congrats on your ?....... And yes, if you want to use the nand emulation feature then you will totally need to follow this guide. It would be great if this guide could merge with the ANY guide though as an option or something.
    thnx painless,can u pls explain to me what "the nand emulation feature" is exactly?

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    Ill do my best. NAND emulation basicaly copies the functionality of the Wii functionality in that you can buy games from the Wii shopping channel and they install as channels. They install to something called a NAND (feel free to Google that). Wiiflow has the ability to emulate or mimic the functionality of the system NAND. Why would anyone want this? For one, there's a really really limited amount of space on the Wii NAND. Emulating it opens up the possibilities exponentially with large hard disc drives.

    The installation of this reads very simply but if you decide to employ this functionality in your Wii (or the one you're working with) please read and re-read all you can prior to doing so. Familiarize yourself with the instructions and when you have questions, post them in the appropriate sections on this board. There are a TON of awesome people here who are really intelligent and kind. Good luck my friend! I wish you well

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