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    Question USB LOADER GX v1.1 missing something

    Hello everyone I'm new so dumb it down for me. I installed HBC, and got loader gx w/ forwarder to install. now have channel buton on wii menu and external drive connected. problem is that when I run the loader, there is no "+" sign to click on in order to transfer my daughters games. Thought this was ideal since my two 5 yr olds have wrecked her discs in the past. any ideas.
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    Juan

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    If there is no + sign you may have 1 of two issues.

    Either you need to unlock the loader, which you can see instructions on How to Store/Load Wii Games via USB Hard Drive on System Menu 4.0 [Slick Tricks Part 2] or your tv parameters may be off.

    Try changing picture size on your TV, i.e 16:9, widescreen etc.

    Hope this helps.

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    will try thanks

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    That worked but it seems that I have to unlock it again if I leave the menu and come back to it. When I try to copy the game I get an exception error along with code dump and stack dump GRrrr. The instructions you cited were the ones I followed initially.
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    Ok, well I would recommend downloading channel version from here

    Downloads ?(USB Loader GX)? (r620 or r628)

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    gonna have to wait, kids are on it. but thanks I'll redo my sd card and use either one of those two. ...gx-uneo _forwarder... is what I used for the channel

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    the link you gave me is where I initially went for the Loader, but the download page shows it as a .exe file not a .rar like the instructions state, which made it confusing. I found an .rar file but it only had the loader_gx file no wad file, maybe Im downloading the wrong files
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    You must be clicking on different area. Here click this below. Its the wad file.

    ULNR_r620.wad

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    Yes I have that wad file, Im sorry I meant the USBloader qx v1.1 was an exe file
    where does the r620 go, in the wad manager folder or the WAD folder?
    Last edited by jrod4571; 07-24-2009 at 01:01 PM.

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    To install a .wad file, you must have Waninkoko's WAD Manager installed in your Homebrew Channel. To install WAD Manager, first go here ( WAD Manager v1.4 | TeknoConsolas ) and download WAD-Manager_v1.4.zip.

    Unzip the WAD-Manager_v1.4.zip file. You will have a file called WAD-Manager_v1.4.dol. Rename WAD-Manager_v1.4.dol to boot.dol.

    - Plug in the SD Card that you typically use for Homebrew on the Wii (the SD Card that is used by the Homebrew Channel to load applications) and go into the apps folder

    - Create a new folder called WAD Manager on your SD Card and copy the boot.dol file from above into it. You should now have the WAD Manager boot.dol inside apps\WAD Manager

    - If you don't already have one, create a new folder in the root of your SD Card called WAD. Place the USB Loader GX[version].wad into that folder. You should now have WAD\USB Loader GX[version].wad on the card.

    - Plug the SD Card back into your Wii and go to the Homebrew Channel. You should now see a WAD Manager application in there. Open the WAD Manager.

    - Use the WAD Manager to install (from the SD Card) the USB Loader GX[version].wad file.


    Let me know if all goes well




    credit to mikeandheth.com

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