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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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    when i go to extract wads into my nand i can load the wads from the folder however i cant see them. if i click where they should be i can highlight them and install them / delete them but i don't know what i'm clicking!

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    i think i found what i have been looking for (maybe). i see that you can emulate the nand. i did all of this and the wiiwares on there work great. if this can emulate the nand, and you run wiiflow (as stated above), this means you must have a great pile of wii games (im at 500) and are running into low blocks due to wii game saves data instead of wiiware game channels..... so how would you use the nand that is on the usb drive so the wii ONLY reads and writes from it so you have more game save blocks? if you can do this then what is the point to use triiforce to play the wiiware games since the nand on the usb is the only one used that that means you could just instlll the wiiware games straight from wad mamager. but anyway...... my main goal (and i thought triiforce would do it) is to free up the blocks and everytime i save a wii game it will use the usb first instead of the wii memory nand. please help if you can

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    Triiforce won't allow you to save your game saves to the emulated NAND. Nothing will that I know of because It needs to be on the NAND for you to use that save file with a game. Most save files are small and take up only 1- 10 blocks. There are some that are bigger however. If you use triiforce to install all your wiiware/VC games it saves alot of space on the NAND so that it can be used for game saves and other things.
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    Triiforce mrc v9 is out. I am running solely off of a USB drive. Should I upgrade or wait until a new Triiforce MRC SS is released based on v9?

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    i skipped the part to install games with showmewads software and just went ahead and copied the nand files to my SD. My question is now that the nand files are on my sd how or where do i copy the wad files to on my sd? basically what im asking is do i have to re-copy the entire nand file every time i get a new game or is there a faster way of copying it to save 15 minutes.
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    You can just open it up on the sd card with showmewads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertbert View Post
    You can just open it up on the sd card with showmewads.
    what do u mean, which folder do i put the wad in on my sd card tho?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbbdan777 View Post
    what do u mean, which folder do i put the wad in on my sd card tho?
    Just point showmiiwads to the root directory of your SD. It should be opening from a NAND folder you have on your PC normally. So point it to the SD root instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbbdan777 View Post
    i skipped the part to install games with showmewads software and just went ahead and copied the nand files to my SD. My question is now that the nand files are on my sd how or where do i copy the wad files to on my sd? basically what im asking is do i have to re-copy the entire nand file every time i get a new game or is there a faster way of copying it to save 15 minutes.
    Dude, don't skip the ShowMiiWads section. Using ShowMiiWads will make adding and deleting games a snap. It's literally just click on the wads you want to install then click to extract them to NAND. If you manage your games this way, you don't have to copy over the entire NAND folder everytime. Remember to change the path to your NAND in ShowMiiWads so that it points to the NAND on your SD card.


    Now... I'll post my question again here. It seems to have gotten lost.



    Triiforce mrc v9 is out. I am running solely off of a USB drive. Should I upgrade or wait until a new Triiforce MRC SS is released based on v9?

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    I just upgraded last night and v9 seems to be OK, but it doesn't look like it has the console select option at startup. I have a couple hundred titles installed so that made it very difficult to use. I'll probably be back to v7 ss until we get an updated version (unless someone knows how to do some form of sub-menus with v9 to make it quicker to navigate)...

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