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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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    LOVE TRIIFORCE...I only have 1.5TB drive to work with...so I am stuck with the SD for now. Unless someone knows a trick to make the newer WD 1.5TB My Books work with triifoce;-)

    I do have a question...I saw the answer somewhere in my mass reading last night but I was just looking to get triforce to work first. I digress...

    My question is how do you get games running in triiforce to work with Nintendo WFC?

    There is a particular tik to remove...and I can't find it for the life of me? Thanks in advance to anyone if they know the answer.

    2nd Question: I saw somewhere to rename the 00000001 within ticket dir...what does that do or what is the purpose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Press 1 in the HBC and it will bring up a menu allowing you to choose USB HDD apps.
    I tried that, but when the menu pops up, the Usb option can't be selected. The only way I can get my apps to load in Homebrew from my Usb drive is to go to the USB Loader GX channel then click the Wii button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samowen View Post
    I tried that, but when the menu pops up, the Usb option can't be selected. The only way I can get my apps to load in Homebrew from my Usb drive is to go to the USB Loader GX channel then click the Wii button.
    What version of HBC are you running? When you are connected to internet on Wii and go to HBC does it ask you to update..if so update. (you should see a progress bar...hit continue. Choose home brew channel...you can uninstall...then install) That was from memory but will probably work... If your version onf HBC was your issue...

    ...FYI. Just remember not to update if your are not connected to internet and do. Had to say it.... its a habit of warning as I am the one who usually has to do the re-mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samowen View Post
    I tried that, but when the menu pops up, the Usb option can't be selected. The only way I can get my apps to load in Homebrew from my Usb drive is to go to the USB Loader GX channel then click the Wii button.
    That just brings you back to the wii menu or the homebrew channel so I don't see what difference that would make...
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Since when can Dos only be run in safemode?

    If it isnt a step in the guide then it doesn't need to be done...I don't know how much more clear that could be. There is no reason for the guide to tell you "NOT" to go into safemode.
    I'm not saying that the guide writer should be a mind reader. I'm saying that if that guide contains steps that are written in an organized manner, people wouldn't sway in their thoughts. I agree. He shouldn't go into SAFE mode when it doesn't tell him to. If I'm following a guide with "missing steps", my mind would do funny things to me too (not that I would go into SAFE mode myself in his situation - because I didn't)...but I sure as heck didn't get the damn thing to work fully through my first 2 tries.

    Don't get me wrong though. Guide writing is not as easy as having it critiqued. I credit all those who have contributed to help people out like me.
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    I'm sorry if this has been mentioned, but here are my observations under Windows 7, as you cannot (or atlease I couldn't) make USB partion active. After formatting in FAT32 Goto a Dos Prompt, type diskpart Enter

    list disk [enter] -> note your usb disk number
    select disk # [enter]
    list partition [enter] -> note your partition number
    select partition # [enter]
    active [enter]

    Thats how I had to make the USB Thumbdrive active....

    On to the next steps I am.... thanks for the guide.

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    Sorry if it has been asked this thread is over 100 pages and search is not helpful. Is there a limitation on how many games you can installed via this method?

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    Thanks once again for the guide, it pointed me the right direction as to how to make this work. The guide was a little convoluted for me because I use an SD Card to load all home-brew. I had to remove it use WAD Manager on USB and install from USB rather than SD. The guide specifically says to pick SD.... but either way I was thinking with my dip stick so I got it up and running just fine. Also, it appears as to matter which USB port to plug the USB Thumb Drive in. Just a hair bit confusing but figured it out in the end.

    Now I have this one app which all my games running from USB Thumb Drive and all my home-brew apps running from SD. Keeping it nice and clean and separated.

    Sorry if I am rehashing what has already been stated, this page is god awful long and I didn't feel like reading it all, just sharing my experience. Just one more minor inconvenience to tackle and I should be all set.

    Thanks for all the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amps View Post
    I'm sorry if this has been mentioned, but here are my observations under Windows 7, as you cannot (or atlease I couldn't) make USB partion active. After formatting in FAT32 Goto a Dos Prompt, type diskpart Enter

    list disk [enter] -> note your usb disk number
    select disk # [enter]
    list partition [enter] -> note your partition number
    select partition # [enter]
    active [enter]

    Thats how I had to make the USB Thumbdrive active....

    On to the next steps I am.... thanks for the guide.
    Or you could just go to disk managment and right click and choose "set partition as active".

    The only limit is the size of the device your using.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Or you could just go to disk managment and right click and choose "set partition as active".

    The only limit is the size of the device your using.
    That didn't work for me. It was greyed out. I even ran the Microsoft Snap in as administrator. Even logged in as Administrator. Physical drives I can mark as active just not this Sanddisk USB Thumb Drive. Dunno why but this is a helpful work around if somebody else is in the same situation I am in.

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