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    I put the nand in the root of the usb, it fixed the unable to get to the nand, however, now I cant use the wii games. It keeps telling me it can't find them, or to select paritition.
    Finally, the main thing I want to fix before I deal with the incorrect nand is the DIOS MIOS emulation. It just won't load the games. Any ideas?

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    U would be best asking about that in the thread of the dios mios guide

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    I've posted there a few times, but i'll try once more. Also, what would happen if I put an extranded nand in both the root, and in a folder called nand?

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    It should only pick one or the other up

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    So no chance of hilariously bad glitches and me screwing myself over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008

    The nand setup from here can be used but i am unsure of the directories for usbloader GX
    Thank you, I believe USB Loader GX uses custom paths so perhaps I would be able to tell it where to look. Definitely gonna start playing around with EmuNAND is there a list of programs that support EmuNAND?

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    Hello everyone. I followed the "Softmod Any Wii" and of course this guide. I did exactly like it said, but on an SD card formatted FAT32. Wiiflow works and it sees all the Channels from the SD card and it sees all the games on the NTFS-formatted external USB hard drive. Still, it doesn't see the games on the SD card.
    I tried all the settings in the "NAND Emulation Settings" options, but it still doesn't see any of the games on the SD card.
    Now, is there something different I should do to be able to use the SD card or is it just a waste of time and I SHOULD use a USB external Drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadshawki View Post
    Hello everyone. I followed the "Softmod Any Wii" and of course this guide. I did exactly like it said, but on an SD card formatted FAT32. Wiiflow works and it sees all the Channels from the SD card and it sees all the games on the NTFS-formatted external USB hard drive. Still, it doesn't see the games on the SD card.
    I tried all the settings in the "NAND Emulation Settings" options, but it still doesn't see any of the games on the SD card.
    Now, is there something different I should do to be able to use the SD card or is it just a waste of time and I SHOULD use a USB external Drive?
    try placing the nand on the root instead of in a folder called nand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    try placing the nand on the root instead of in a folder called nand
    You mean put the folders inside the "nand" folder on the root of the SD card? Anyway, I tried that, but it didn't work.

    Also, there is the "NAND settings", what are the settings in those? is it "OFF" or "FULL" or "GAME SAVES" and do I press the Extract Now button or not?
    Thanks in advance...
    Last edited by Jax; 08-29-2012 at 03:10 AM. Reason: Merged Posts.

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    Full, allows full emulation, so ask save games etc to the emu nand

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