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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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    Just wondering,
    Wouldn't you get banned (error 20102) by playing WiiWares? or is it only when playing online with the WiiWare?

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    I've finally gotten the chance create an image pack (of VC games) for Triiforce -- maybe link it somewhere in the tutorial?

    -Wii Menu 4.2U / DARKCORP v1.1 / BootMii as boot2 / Preloader v0.30-
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    Quote Originally Posted by BryceOne View Post
    I have some VC titles that work but still hang when you try to return to Wii. The games are listed in the image below. I noticed one similarity with all these games. On ShowMiiWads, they ALL have an IOS Flag: IOS9.



    Any ideas on what I might try to fix these so they exit to the Wii Menu? Actually, I use the emulators for most of these anyways, but I really would like to get Excitebike and Super Mario 64 to exit correctly.
    I've encountered this problem as well. Instead of hitting the Home button and selecting Wii Menu, I choose Reset. When Reset doesn't actually reset the software, it brings you back to the Wii Menu.

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    Little help please. I dont use Triiforce but I tried a WiiWare game for the first time and it worked (Lostwinds). I used the WAD Installer.
    However, the second one I tried didn't work and it just showed a black screen. Any idea why?

    Also why did Lostwinds work without Triiforce.
    Thanks.

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    Why are you posting in the triiforce guide if you don't even use triiforce?
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    Well, it's triiforce related isn't it?
    I'm very new to this and I just want to know whether triiforce is needed to run WiiWare games or whether the normal WAD Installer can do it.

    Thanks

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    If your Wii is 4.0 or higher and you want to load the Wiiware games off an SD Card you don't need Triiforce. If your below 4.0 you need this to load from Wiiware from SD Card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardsito View Post
    If your Wii is 4.0 or higher and you want to load the Wiiware games off an SD Card you don't need Triiforce. If your below 4.0 you need this to load from Wiiware from SD Card.
    Trriforce is much different then just playing the games from SD card. When playing from SD after moving via data management the game is written to the Nand each and every time you play it.

    Triiforce uses nand emulation allowing you to store more wiiware/vc games then you could by just installing the wad with wad manager.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Oh Thanks to you both. very helpful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Triiforce uses nand emulation allowing you to store more wiiware/vc games then you could by just installing the wad with wad manager.
    How much memory are we talking about. Is it worth having a noob mess with his NAND(I read that that's the Wii's internal memory where all the important stuff goes on)
    I dont know, WiiWare are relatively small in size and I have both an SD card and a HDD.
    Or do you mean "each time i load a Wiiware game it is written on the NAND" like it keeps on stacking or it just stores and deletes, stores and deletes....

    sorry about the million questions. i just got a wii 2 days ago and hacked it last night.

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    Triiforce is worth it.

    When loading via the SD menu it writes the game to the nand (internal memory) meaning the entire size of the game so 10 - 350 blocks. I am not sure if it auto removes them... but either way, this is not an efficient way to play/load a game in my opinion. It all depends on how many/what type of game you have. WiiWare games take up much more space then VC.
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