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Thread: Labels for games???? w/ wbfs manager

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    Labels for games???? w/ wbfs manager

    Ok I'm sure this has been asked before:

    I softmodded my wii and use a usb hard drive with usbloader gx or what ever it is.
    Of course I use wbfs manager to manage the games from my hard drive to the usb hard drive.

    My question is its selected to download covers from the internet, but once in usb loader on the wii no labels show for any games? What gives?

    What have I done wrong? What am I not doing? Etc.....

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    Press 1 in usb loader to bring up the cover download window. wbfs manager saves cover images to your pc, not the hard drive. Usb Loader (forwarder only) saves cover images to the sd card.
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    ugg lol (ithian) got the post in before me..... lol

    when you hit the button on the top that fans out the games as cases... do you have anything there... if not hit 1 and then a window should come up and ask you for what type of covers do you want.... make sure you do normal covers or 3d covers...


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    Wow thants kinda backwards don't you think? I would think the program would download them to the usb drive.
    Ok well whats all this about a network adapter for the wii? I think mine already has a cat 5 connector in the back of it. Why would a network adapter be needed? (I'm a 360 guy this wii sh$% is new to me I got the wii for xmas for my kids)

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    it's not backwards if you understand how the programs are set to recognize information. your drive is formatted wbfs so the pc manager can read/write, but usb loader is coded to access images from fat32. you can partition a wbfs/fat32 drive or, as most people tend to do, access the images in usb loader through the sd card.

    the wii console has wifi already. to connect via cat5 you need to purchase a usb adapter.
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    again ithian (LMAO)



    as far as i know there is no wii's out there with RJ-45 connector ports on the back... you need usb to ethernet if you dont have wireless...


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    No Joke? Lol Guess it pays to read the manual huh?
    LOL

    Ok Well I guess I will try to link up with my wireless and see if it will download covers.

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    let us know....


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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    again ithian (LMAO)



    as far as i know there is no wii's out there with RJ-45 connector ports on the back... you need usb to ethernet if you dont have wireless...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ithian View Post
    i strike quickly quick, like neejna.
    lmao - - rofl


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