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Thread: Triiforce - NAND Emulation is here!

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    meh...i figured id run into something...during the dump it gave me an error but i continued anyway, then when trying to install to emulated nand, gives ret 1 error, im assuming from the dump...this sounds cool but i can't get it working

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    i saw this about 3 weeks ago on gbatemp.

    too bad i only have a 1gb sd

    i really cant be bothered wit hthis.

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    When i run simple fs dumper i choose ios 249 press A to continue then get "exception (DSI) occured! and a list of stack and dump codes.

    Anyone else getting this?
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    check the thread on gbatemp...no one here seems to have gotten it to work yet! its been out 2 weeks but the nand emu was only released yesterday...i'm modding a wii for some guy tomorrow, i'll dump his nand if i can and upload it for anyone having probs with their own dump
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    This is still in beta and they're still working out the bugs. Right now it will only work with vc/wiiware. When you exit out of the sd nand it tries to go back to the wii nand and crashes. Still work to be done but great work so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogeggs View Post
    check the thread on gbatemp...no one here seems to have gotten it to work yet! its been out 2 weeks but the nand emu was only released yesterday...i'm modding a wii for some guy tomorrow, i'll dump his nand if i can and upload it for anyone having probs with their own dump
    I've used your nand dump and it works, thanks ! I've been able to launch WW game on a my 3.2E (you nand dump seems to be more recent). btw I've encountered an issue with my wiimote controllers, none of them were working anymore, langage was in english (mine is in french) etc ...

    So i've just overwritten your two folders shared2 and sys with my own wii nand dump folders, and everything is ok right now ! thanks

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    updated to beta5

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    What I'm confused about it is, do you need both an SD AND an HDD? Because I heard somewhere if you use one of them for the NAND emulation, you need another device on top of that?

    I am trying to get WAD Manager 1.5 to read my SD (good quality 2GB Sandisk btw) and I get the error -1 when it tries to mount. I must be doing something wrong.

    Edit: Let me try to understand something: I don't have an external USB hard drive; at least not the 3.5" ones. Is it possible to, for example, keep things the way they are (2GB SD card with NAND in it to emulate) but use a USB flash drive, say a 1GB with VC/WW on it and install it TO the SD?? And if so, is it possible to remove the FLASH drive afterwards and just keep the SD? I hope you see what I am trying to say: I don't have an A/C powered external USB HDD. What I do have is one of those 2GB USB sticks you can carry around on your keychain.

    Edit #2: I just tested the SD card as Source device on WAD Manager 1.5 withOUT the NAND emulation and it goes through, I see the WAD's and all pretty, except it's not the Emu. So at least I am sure my card is fine, and that most likely I can't use the SD card for both NAND and WAD source. So all I need to know is: is it safe to use a USB thumb drive for the source and remove it afterwards?

    There, I hope this helps you help me lol.
    Last edited by tenchibr; 08-19-2009 at 12:30 AM. Reason: Even More Clarifications

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    you have to have wad manager on a seperate device from the nand, a usb thumb drive will do.

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    So I can use the SD card as source and NAND at the same time as long as I run WAD Manager from USB? So I can have an empty USB with just WAD Manager and it will work? I will give it a shot.

    Edit: No good. It's funny, for HBC to see my USB drive I have to have my SD card off and load it from scratch. Then after I opened it gave me the same error, so I'm assuming I have to put the WADS to be read from the USB.

    Edit #2: Yeah, HBC supports loading apps from USB drive but to do so you have to take off card and then open HBC, let it get its app list off USB; after that, you can plug it back in. In fact, you have to plug it back before you load Wad Manager, if you plug it in with it already open, theres a small chance of crashing.

    And also, it worked dog. Installing World of Goo NTSC, will see how that goes. <- Update on it: ret = -1022 error after saying installing for like 3 minutes straight. It's hard to say if the WAD is bad or the card has trouble installing etc... Because after it gives me the error, Wad Manager becomes useless until you restart the Wii and try again. Anything you do gives an automatic error: choosing another source or trying to install the Wad again.
    Last edited by tenchibr; 08-19-2009 at 02:10 AM.

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