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  1. Thread: port scan

    by murder_face
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    Also while anyone is at it, maybe try a packet...

    Also while anyone is at it, maybe try a packet capture(wireshark or tcpdump) from when the system boots, and maybe try updating and then share the pcap file with us. I'm not sure how anyone came up...
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    So I have about 4 hours to kill while I switch...

    So I have about 4 hours to kill while I switch HDs and just want to make sure that I have everything in order. My biggest concern is that I never made a NAND backup when I modded my wii, but there's...
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    Questions about NAND emulation

    I have been thinking about switching to an emulated NAND, but am having trouble seeing the benefits. As of right now I have all of my IOSes current and use Wiiflow, and aside from the occasional in...
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    Sticky: Size: Brand: Model: Seagate Free Agent Go Flex...

    Size:
    Brand:
    Model: Seagate Free Agent Go Flex Portable USB 3.0 1TB
    Enclosure:n/a
    Format: wbfs/ext4
    Firmware/Softmod:4.3u
    Loader:USB Loader GX 2.3 works with WBFS can't get it to work with...
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    Sticky: I have been trying to get USB Loader GX to read...

    I have been trying to get USB Loader GX to read the games on my ext4 partition with no luck. USB Loader can see the partition and even rip games to it. The games just dont show up when I launch it....
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    What's missing?

    So, I soft modded my wii back in the smashstack days and haven't updated anything. So far every game that I have tried to play has worked without an issue. I have always used USB Loader GX. I...
  7. game directory

    So, I updated USB Loader GX, installed the forwarder, partitioned my drive, and my games don't show up. I have tried putting them in the root folder of the drive, a folder named wbfs, and a folder...
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