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Thread: Triiforce MRC User Guide - How to Load Wii Ware from a USB Drive or SD Card

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    If you sit the Wii horizontally the one on the bottom.
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    I have did every wiiware game and N64 and it has taken up 3gb of a 10 gb fat32 partition if that helps. I use emulators for the other consoles so don't know on those.
    Quote Originally Posted by rax View Post
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    Yes, I intend to load up the whole library that Nintendo has released thus far. I am using a NTFS USB drive that I'm going to attempt to shrink with Partition Magic, then I'm going to create a FAT32 to the appropriate size, whatever is necessary to get all the games on there plus a little extra for future additions.

    As for your second part, you are reading my original post incorrectly. I am advocating too much detail, and proper organization of said details. I write manuals to the point where my 8-year old nephew can put together a X-ray machine - and this is not even a joke or exaggeration, the only thing he would be missing is attention span.

    The idea is that someone who knows nothing about whatever you're instructing them to do will be able to complete the instructions without asking questions or having to go back and do extra things. A complete and properly written guide sets up the reader to have everything ready to go so that he can follow the instructions step by step without having to go back. Additionally, if any preparation or extra knowledge is required, the well-written guide states this and references any relevant documents / web pages before even beginning the steps.

    Failure to mention the FAT32 partition that's required for the "USB-only" install is an example of what happens when you don't do this.
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    If I add a new game, do I have to copy and paste the entire nand folder everytime? That thing is huge and takes some time to transfer.

    Can I delete some of the channels that were there from the nand backup (news, forecast, etc.)? It doesn't seem like they're needed for this.

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    You dont have to copy it over, whatever its on, usb or sd, once connected to your computer, you should be able to open it with showmiiwads and add/delete whatever you want.

    Im not sure about deleting those channels, but i really dont see why not, you should be able to do it with showmiiwads with no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samowen View Post
    If I add a new game, do I have to copy and paste the entire nand folder everytime? That thing is huge and takes some time to transfer.

    Can I delete some of the channels that were there from the nand backup (news, forecast, etc.)? It doesn't seem like they're needed for this.
    Just open showmii wads 1.2 or 1.3b and you can add wiiware or vc wads that way. Just configure the nand path to the root of your usb storage device. Then you can add and delete them. Make sure all the proper nand folders (Shared 1 & 2, sys, ticket folder etc) are already on the root of your usb hdd or sd card.

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    Step 4.4 doesn't work for me. Can't create the common key

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    Do you have .Net framework installed?
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Do you have .Net framework installed?
    Sry, aparently you have be in the mode where you edit stuff, and in the startup they advice you to be in safe mode, which in return makes you not to be able to create the common key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuRRe View Post
    Sry, aparently you have be in the mode where you edit stuff, and in the startup they advice you to be in safe mode, which in return makes you not to be able to create the common key.
    So you were trying to create it in safe mode?
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    So you were trying to create it in safe mode?
    Yeah, i tried in safe mode (or whatever its called), maybe include it in the guide?

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