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    Help Loading Games Using WiiFlow

    Ok guys...So I'm using a USB Loader (WiiFlow). To test it out I downloaded Super Mario All-Stars ISO. I used the WiiBackUpManager to convert the files to WBFS and place it on the USB. (I am using a 16gb Kingston DataTraveler G3. Formatted to NTFS)

    I put it in my Wii and launch WiiFlow and it finds the game no problem.

    The problem arose when I downloaded Super Mario Bros in a two-part file. Combined them using WinRAR into a .ISO file. I then followed the same procedure, converted using WiiBackUpManager and placed it on my USB flashdrive.

    Only this time I doesn't show Super Mario Bros when I launch WiiFlow. (I also downloaded Smash Bros Brawl ISO and did some thing. Didn't show when I booted WiiFlow.)

    What could be the problem? And what do I have to do to fix it.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    What if instead of downloading the games you rip them from your discs?

    Ok but if I rip them I still encounter the same problem. WiiFlow isn't seeing them when I put them on the usb drive. I'll try playing around with the directories.

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    If you rip your discs WiiFlow automatically puts them in the correct directory. It also names them correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viepr149 View Post
    Ok guys...So I'm using a USB Loader (WiiFlow). To test it out I downloaded Super Mario All-Stars ISO. I used the WiiBackUpManager to convert the files to WBFS and place it on the USB. (I am using a 16gb Kingston DataTraveler G3. Formatted to NTFS)

    I put it in my Wii and launch WiiFlow and it finds the game no problem.

    The problem arose when I downloaded Super Mario Bros in a two-part file. Combined them using WinRAR into a .ISO file. I then followed the same procedure, converted using WiiBackUpManager and placed it on my USB flashdrive.

    Only this time I doesn't show Super Mario Bros when I launch WiiFlow. (I also downloaded Smash Bros Brawl ISO and did some thing. Didn't show when I booted WiiFlow.)

    What could be the problem? And what do I have to do to fix it.

    Thanks,

    Do you own the "Game/s", in which you referenced to??

    EDIT: Also what is the 'Format" of the files..Example...., xxx01.rar?

    You could be using the wrong program to "Combine" the files !
    Last edited by Jax; 07-31-2013 at 02:31 PM.

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    ^if ever he combines them using a wrong program
    i recommend HJSPLIT to do the combining

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