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    why don't i have permission to access the HBC version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Inc. View Post
    why don't i have permission to access the HBC version?
    cos i hadn't fixed the link....try it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyspot View Post
    shop channel wad , using wad manager, select ios to use in installation process :IOS249? it is correct? i read that shop channel will use IOS61. i have 4.2e firmware. So, in wad manager witch IOS i should select to use in installation : IOS249 or IOS61 ?
    thanks a lot!
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    It just asks which IOS to use to actually perform the installation, select IOS249. Anyway, why do you install shop channel while you are at 4.2?

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    im having the exact same problem, word for word, i need help too anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogeggs View Post
    All Wii hackers need a Wad installer and there is no better than Waninkokos Wad Manager.
    Wads are a bit like zip files, they usually contain channels that when installed with Wad manager show up on your system menu, they are also used for installing/uninstalling new system files to your wiis NAND chip including IOS/cIOS and system menus.
    A bad wad can semi-brick your Wii (banner brick from incorrectly sized banner) so always be careful of where you get your wads from, it is important to have some sort of brick protection if you are installing a lot of wads to your system, a NAND backup with Bootmii is the best solution but Preloader can help uninstall bad wads too, so if you have either or both of these you don't really have to worry about the dreaded 'banner brick'!

    Using Wad manager is simple, copy the Wad manager folder into the 'apps' directory on your SD card and make a folder called 'wad' on the root of your card to put your wads in.
    When run it will ask for an IOS to use, it should default to IOS249 if you have it and this will allow it to work fully, if you don't have IOS249 then any IOS with the fake sign bug should work. If you get a 2011 error then the IOS you have selected does not have the right permissions to work, see about getting IOS249 on your system by using this guide.

    The best Wad manager at the moment is Sorgs modification of Waninkoko's Wad manager 1.4, please read all the included readmes before using it.

    Download wad-manager-1.4.enh.mod_by_Sorg

    Wad Manager 1.5 has been released and is the same as 1.4 except it add the ability to install wads to an emulated nand, to do this you need a full nand dump on a separate device and the not-yet-released nand emulator. Yet again it has been modded by wiininja and sorg and is available for HBC or as a channel.

    Wad Manager 1.5 Mod3 HBC Version

    Wad Manager 1.5 Mod3 Channel Version

    Wad Manager 1.5 GUI

    If there is any information you think i should add to this then please pm me and lmk
    help my homebrew doesn't show wad manger

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    i have a simialar problem to a previous mentioned 1. (about wii freezeing when it says mounting device) ive tried other wad managers and tried to install other apps but keep getting the ret=2011

    any ideas
    im sure its an easy fix (prob doin sumthing wrong as ive been tryin for about 2days 2 wrap my head around all of the homebrew n hacks on my own)

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    Wad Managers error message

    Hi don't know if this is the right place to ask for help so here it is:

    Is there a master list of error codes for wad managers?

    Here my real question, I have all needed CIOS for installing wads and such meaning I could install any wads to my nand with no problems. The problem is when I use CIOS 249 to install wads to an emulated device. (error ret -101) If I use any other CIOS like 36 well the ones that you could use to install wads Wad Manager doesn't give me the option to select an emulated device.

    The Emulated files are all on the root of the USB drive
    Wads files are in a folder name "wad" which is in the root of the SD card.

    Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advance

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    You need a full NAND dump on your SD card to use that function I think. I have read a few places that said the "emulated device" option doesn't work yet. I haven't tried it myself.

    What are you trying to accomplish by installing Wads to an emulated NAND? If it is to play your Wiiware/VC then look into Triiforce or SNEEK.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    I am currently trying to install this for Triiforce usage and tried a couple of other softwares like showmewads and wads 2 nands But didn't try SNEEK yet I will do a research on this and try it out Thanks.

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    Is this what i need to play WADs directly from my WD 1TB HDD or have i missed a thread somewhere, any help would be appreciated, BTW I have followed messies guide for my 4.2u. I tried installing wads to sys menu(which works fine) then i copied the channels to HDD a few have copied but 99% of them have not, Please Help

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