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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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    Yeah, I'm staring to think that it's just too tempermental to have a HDD with multiple partitions with triiforce. USB LoaderX seems fine with it, but triiforce is just too tempermental. I think I'll look into a larger SD card and just put all mhy wiiware on there instead to avoid this in the future. Anyone know what the largest SD non SDHC card capacity is? I think my wii ware games are close to 10gb...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drvipej View Post
    I have a problem, and a sick USB HDD now...

    I have a 1TB with 500GB WBFS and 500 GB FAT32, all was going fine until I tried this. I already had active the first WBFS partition.

    The FAT32 would not work and as instructed I had to make it Active in Disk Mangement...here comes the oops, now the HDD isn't recognised by HBC or Wiiflow!! but it is recognised by Windows XP and I can explore it ok. I activate back the first WBFS drive and still the HDD is not recognised....

    Apart from getting it fixed somehow (which I need to figure out)

    With one HDD and two partitions, can Triiforce mrc work that way off the second partition?
    I thought so, spent so long trying..even tried v10 with no luck......

    I actually copied all the stuff to another HDD, reformated the inactive one, and then copied back, at least it is back to normal...
    NOTE: Don't activate your second partition if your first WBFS is active.

    I think I will go down the path of getting a bigger SD card.... and also fine tuning the NAND and removing all other stuff there and have the bare minimum wads.

    If anyone gets it working on the second partition please let us know...

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    Ok, so I've made progress, but now I get the message: I can't get the title list. None of the suggestions from the faq for why this message should appear apply to me. I'm pretty sure I've done everything correctly. The debugging didn't work though. Do I have to put it on the USB when using USB only version? Guess so.

    Anyway I KNOW everything is done correctly. I'm on rev17. Triiforce just doesnt want to get the title list in the nand files that all are on the root of my USB device! Halp.
    Last edited by Olav; 04-02-2010 at 07:14 AM.

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    Thanks. Followed step by step. Works great on 4.1U with a 320G WD Passport! You should only need 2 partitions right? FAT32 for triiforce and emulators, and wbfs for wii games. (I use Wii Flow) Set FAT32 partition to active and presto.

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    Well, I gave up: I couldn't get any results, and I refuse to use a SD card when I have a large dedicated HD plugged into the Wii (which is working great for the iso's).
    I'm hoping for major fixes in CiosX rev. 20: >1TB HD support and other things.

    So I'm checking Waninkoko (hackinblack) on Twitter and TeknoConsolas | Magazine sobre videojuegos. An every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by playerkp420 View Post
    Thanks. Followed step by step. Works great on 4.1U with a 320G WD Passport! You should only need 2 partitions right? FAT32 for triiforce and emulators, and wbfs for wii games. (I use Wii Flow) Set FAT32 partition to active and presto.
    playerkp420, it works for you? off one HDD with two partitons? If WBFS is not active, I thought it wont work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drvipej View Post

    I think I will go down the path of getting a bigger SD card.... and also fine tuning the NAND and removing all other stuff there and have the bare minimum wads.

    If anyone gets it working on the second partition please let us know...
    It actually works fine when I put it on a 4GB USB stick!

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    Well I've given up USB loading. I can manage using a nand on an SD-card, but not USB drive. It just won't work. Everything has been done correctly with my Verbatim 1TB External Hard Drive, but it just can't get title list.

    Could be that it is a European Wii I'm on, but I doubt it, or the hdd is just not compatible. Either way, I've tried just about anything.

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    This is just what i'm looking for! But will this work for me if i dont use bootmii? I used the twilight hack since i purchased my Wii 2 years back. Can i still follow your guide then to enable the Triforce?

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    Hi, maybe someone of you has a suggestions for me.
    I have a Wii 4.1 PAL, an external HDD with 3 partitions (1. NTFS for data not active, 2. FAT32 active, 3.WBFS not active). I did a nand dump (simple nand dump 42 minimal), put only world of goo to it (wad2nand), triiforce mrc 10b app and nand are on HDD fat partition. Triiforce starts, reads the title list, but when starting the game, i see shortly flashing on the right some debug messages and the it freezes with a black screen.
    what can i do? is there a debug mode to see what the actual error is?
    Thx 4 help in the meantime.

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