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    Quote Originally Posted by markeymark View Post
    ok folks bear with me as im a newbie here

    i softmodded my daughters wii (3.4e) with the twilight hack

    now ive been reading about usb loader so u can run games from usb drive/harddrive

    id like to add this to my set-up

    ive read many posts on here but im none the wiser!

    can anyone give me a simple guide on what to do please

    thanks in advance
    Ok, I'm gonna give you a HUGE tip here that is a hell of a lot easier than going off topic on a tutorial that can help anyways. Check the recommened Guides section of the forum for the USB loader guide. If that doesn't help USE THE SEARCH BAR as THE SEARCH BAR is your friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by GideonB View Post
    Ok, I'm gonna give you a HUGE tip here that is a hell of a lot easier than going off topic on a tutorial that can help anyways. Check the recommened Guides section of the forum for the USB loader guide. If that doesn't help USE THE SEARCH BAR as THE SEARCH BAR is your friend
    GideonB....cheers for the constructive reply, however if u read my full post it stated that I HAVE READ many posts and tutorials on and im none the wiser!!

    but thanks again for being so helpful!

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    USE only USB drives without their own powersupply.
    I have an WD 500Gb - works good )

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    usbloader 1.1-1.5

    I have a seagate120gb external hdd and usb loader 1.1 an 1.5 cant find it.


    can anyone help me out

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    I have a couple legit wii discs that are badly damaged that won't work for this. Is there any other way to get the games onto the usb drive without the discs. Can they go from a file i download onto my computer to the usb drive or do i have to use this method of dumping them go from a disk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.spata View Post
    I have a couple legit wii discs that are badly damaged that won't work for this. Is there any other way to get the games onto the usb drive without the discs. Can they go from a file i download onto my computer to the usb drive or do i have to use this method of dumping them go from a disk?
    For your damaged game discs, you can download ISOs (Google for sources or read the Torrents subforums on this site); as ISOs are about 4.3GB, downloads are usually of multiple smaller files compressed/archived in the rar format. Use WinRar to extract the files into 1 game ISO. From your PC, use WBFS Manager to add the ISO to your game HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOSHA View Post
    I have a seagate120gb external hdd and usb loader 1.1 an 1.5 cant find it.


    can anyone help me out
    Try formatting the Seagate from your PC. Download and install WBFS Manager onto your PC. If that fails, Seagates are one of the more problematic of the HDD for the Wii to recognize.

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    Sorry this may be stupid but if I use this USB loader, do I still need to run Softchip to launch the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andytagg View Post
    USE only USB drives without their own powersupply.
    I have an WD 500Gb - works good )
    But you have to change one setting in the Wii, turn off standby mode. The drive will not turn off otherwise(you get a red light on your power button instead of an orange one), and could damage itself from over-heating.
    P.S. Had the same problem with a seagate drive, changed over to a WD 250g and haven't looked back since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModderMan View Post
    First, what's required;
    -Newest Homebrew Channel installed
    -This file pack (v1.1+IOS rev 9)
    -The original IOS36-64-v1042.wad file (GOOGLE!)
    This link doesnt work anymore

    RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting

    the file pack hasnt been downloaded in a while and rapidshare removed it.

    anyone have this that they can share or reupload to rapidshare?

    thanks

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