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    Slow Nand Emulation

    Hello. I think this might be my first post here. I must thank every contributor on this site because for the longest time, I've managed to get the most out of my Wii thanks to the information here. So really, thanks.

    Now, I'm here because there's been something I just haven't been able to figure out on my own. It's about Nand emulation.

    I first followed this guide. http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...ated-nand.html . My intent is to have my external hard drive for Rock Band songs, so then I won't have to be switching SD's all the time. Gamecube games not so much anymore, because I'd rather burn the games and skip NMM and Dios Mios compatibility issues. So I don't mind skipping on that part of the tutorial altogether anymore. For the record.

    Well, when I start Rock Band 3, the game loads slower than with Nand emulation off. I could bear with it, so I proceeded to download a few songs. It's still slow on the menus, but playable. But then when my song count reached 10 or so, the game freezes with a BEEEEEEP that doesn't end, and I have to hard shut down the Wii.

    I tried formating Fat32 as default, Fat32 with 32kb clusters, Fat32 with 8kb clusters, having 2 separate partitions for the wbfs and nand folders, wiping out the partition's free space, defragging, and, I dunno what else, but I've been at this for weeks now and I just want to play xD, and I'm tired. Please anyone, what am I doing wrong?

    Oh and, I softmodded following Mauifrog's guide, but, last time I updated was a bit less than year ago, I think. Also for the record. Anyways, thanks in advance for the help!

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    So if you followed a wiihacks guide, why didn't you post this query in it? You'd likely get more support than a free-standing thread...

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    Well, I figured this was a problem with Nand emulation, and not with Nand emulation with usb loader gx and dios mios. Under that line of thinking, I would had posted it in every tutorial that addressed Nand emulation. And neither of us would like that xD.

    And I figured a topic would get more views and exposure than a reply.

    So, that's that. Any reasons why nand emulation would be slow? And yes, the fat32 partition is always Primary and set Active. So it's not that. Ah, and the hard drive is usb 3.0 compliant, so, that should mean it's not slow on its own. Anyways, looking forward for help!

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    Personally, I have no idea as I don't employ NAND emulation. But folks in the guide you cited certainly do (and hence my obvious question).

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    Post a syscheck here in this thread. A how to guide is below in my sig. Use the most recent version of syscheck.

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    Got it. I'll get to it right away.

    *Edit*

    [spoiler]
    sysCheck v2.1.0b19 by Double_A and R2-D2199, Nano
    ...runs on IOS58 (rev 6176).

    Region: NTSC-U
    System Menu 4.1U (v449)
    Priiloader installed
    Drive date: 2007.02.13
    Homebrew Channel 1.1.0 running on IOS58
    HomebrewFilter ist nicht installiert
    Hollywood v0x11
    Console ID: xxxxxxxx
    Boot2 v4
    Found 121 titles.
    Found 51 IOS on this console. 3 of them are stub.

    IOS4 (rev 65280): Stub
    IOS9 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS10 (rev 768): Stub
    IOS11 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS12 (rev 526): No Patches
    IOS13 (rev 1032): No Patches
    IOS14 (rev 1032): No Patches
    IOS15 (rev 1032): No Patches
    IOS16 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, Flash Access, NAND Access
    IOS17 (rev 1032): No Patches
    IOS20 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS21 (rev 1039): No Patches
    IOS22 (rev 1294): No Patches
    IOS28 (rev 1807): No Patches
    IOS30 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS31 (rev 3608): No Patches
    IOS33 (rev 3608): No Patches
    IOS34 (rev 3608): No Patches
    IOS35 (rev 3608): No Patches
    IOS36 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access
    IOS37 (rev 5663): No Patches
    IOS38 (rev 4124): No Patches
    IOS41 (rev 3607): No Patches
    IOS43 (rev 3607): No Patches
    IOS45 (rev 3607): No Patches
    IOS46 (rev 3607): No Patches
    IOS48 (rev 4124): No Patches
    IOS50 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS51 (rev 4864): Stub
    IOS53 (rev 5663): No Patches
    IOS55 (rev 5663): No Patches
    IOS56 (rev 5662): No Patches
    IOS57 (rev 5919): No Patches
    IOS58 (rev 6176): USB 2.0
    IOS60 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS61 (rev 5662): No Patches
    IOS70 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS80 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS90 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug
    IOS202[60] (rev 65535, Info: hermesrodries-v6): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS222[38] (rev 4, Info: hermes-v4): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS223[38+37] (rev 4, Info: hermes-v4): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS224[57] (rev 65535, Info: hermesrodries-v6): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS236 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access
    IOS245[37] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS246[38] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access
    IOS247[53] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS248[55] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS249[56] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS250[57] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS251[58] (rev 21008, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    BC v6
    MIOS v10 (DIOS MIOS 2.6.1+)

    Report generated on 2013/02/13.
    [/spoiler]

    For the record, I did try what I described in my original post in a second Wii. Same results. But to be fair, I soft-modded that one too. So it could be the Wii. I hadn't thought about that.
    Last edited by Rainierman; 02-12-2013 at 08:11 PM.

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    I know if I don't post, this guy will double-post so this one's for "heading 'em off at the pass," lol

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    Thanks for bumping. I actually already edited and went unnoticed xD.

    Edit: Oh wait... curious. I edited and refreshed this page, yet your reply didn't show up until I went back to the topic list. Sorry for the confusion.
    Last edited by Rainierman; 02-12-2013 at 07:53 PM.

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    THANK GOD I underestimated someone for once

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    Uhm, bump . Anyone?

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