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    ok let me get this straight if i may...

    if someone could answer these's questions??

    1. the nand that you decrypt do you store that nand folder that it creates on your pc or your sd card??
    2.then when you have everything set and extracting the wads to the nand (pc or sd) then you copy the entire title and ticket folder from the nand folder to the sd root???

    TIA


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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    ok let me get this straight if i may...

    if someone could answer these's questions??

    1. the nand that you decrypt do you store that nand folder that it creates on your pc or your sd card??
    2.then when you have everything set and extracting the wads to the nand (pc or sd) then you copy the entire title and ticket folder from the nand folder to the sd root???

    TIA

    I could change the name of step 4 to "Installing games to the nand" as opposed to the SD card, but in truth, you can do both. In the original method of dumping the nand using simpleFSDumper, the nand would exist on the SD card only and never need to be on the pc. Then when you installed games, you were copying the ticket and title folders to the sd card, hence the title of Part 4.

    Since I changed the guide to use a BootMii nand dump and ShowMiiWads to install games to the nand, the nand exists entirely on your PC until you are done installing games to it, but it doesn't have to. You could put the nand files on the root of your sd card right after you finish part 1 of the guide. The only thing you would have to do differently is to choose the nand on your sd card to install the games to.
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    I think simplefsdumper is getting a bum rapp because the older versions didnt dump everything needed for triiforce.

    Now it looks like everyone thinks it cant work with triiforce.

    The guy who wrote it-nicksasa on gbatemp-fixed the problem and the 0.42 version works just fine with triiforce.

    I used it on my two wiis and all the games i've tried run great.


    but-i do agree that you should also have a bootmii dump also on hand in case you need to restore your wii someday.

    Another poster mentioned running pimpmywii which is a good idea to do on the nand you will use for triiforce before you run simplefsdump or bootmii.
    This solved all the problems i was having getting some games to run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinyk View Post
    I could change the name of step 4 to "Installing games to the nand" as opposed to the SD card, but in truth, you can do both. In the original method of dumping the nand using simpleFSDumper, the nand would exist on the SD card only and never need to be on the pc. Then when you installed games, you were copying the ticket and title folders to the sd card, hence the title of Part 4.

    Since I changed the guide to use a BootMii nand dump and ShowMiiWads to install games to the nand, the nand exists entirely on your PC until you are done installing games to it, but it doesn't have to. You could put the nand files on the root of your sd card right after you finish part 1 of the guide. The only thing you would have to do differently is to choose the nand on your sd card to install the games to.
    ok thanks i will try that because i had everything run off the sd card but i will try the computer way..

    thanks again


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    USB HDD Issue

    Thank you for the detailed guide! Worked perfectly off a usb drive!
    Last edited by karmak; 12-29-2009 at 09:59 AM. Reason: Learned how to read!

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    So I installed cIOS38 rev16, and Triforce is not working now. Then I re dumped my nand with cIOS38 rev16 installed and tried again, still no joy. Now, installed cIOS38 rev14 and all works again, even with NAND dump while cIOS38 rev16 installed. So cIOS38 rev16 only affects Triiforce and not NAND dumping. Other than Triiforce, everything else I have installed works with cIOS38 rev16.

    EDIT - I am using the posted app, SimpleFSDumper, for dumping my NAND. Now, to go get me some more cover artwork, some is missing.

    I found a site with some covers, http://wiiware.nintendolife.com/covers, first I left click on the image, and that will take you to a page that sometimes makes the image bigger, I then right click on that image and select "save as", and save the image to my computer. The images are jpeg and may need converting to png.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcr20 View Post
    Hey smyers75,
    .....
    I have one question though, what is the music playing on the neo/geo wad?
    i've heard it before but i can't think of the game.
    The sound used on the NeoGeo wad channel is not any game.

    It's the sound that some NeoGeo consoles make on power-up.
    There are actually two different boot sounds I know of, but this is the one I found a copy of on the net (don't remember where, but thanks to whoever made it).

    I'll look into making these iso's soon, maybe this weekend.
    First I'll have to locate some nice cover art to borrow....
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    As a follow up...

    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    So I installed cIOS38 rev16, and Triforce is not working now. Then I re dumped my nand with cIOS38 rev16 installed and tried again, still no joy. Now, installed cIOS38 rev14 and all works again, even with NAND dump while cIOS38 rev16 installed. So cIOS38 rev16 only affects Triiforce and not NAND dumping. Other than Triiforce, everything else I have installed works with cIOS38 rev16.

    EDIT - I am using the posted app, SimpleFSDumper, for dumping my NAND. Now, to go get me some more cover artwork, some is missing.

    I found a site with some covers, Cover Gallery, first I left click on the image, and that will take you to a page that sometimes makes the image bigger, I then right click on that image and select "save as", and save the image to my computer. The images are jpeg and may need converting to png.
    A few things.

    1st, thanks for the link to the wiiWare cover art.
    These look a lot better than the ones I made using CustomizeMii
    (CustomizeMii does work perfect for extracting covers from VC wads)


    2nd, The way I'm reading your post about cIOS38v16;
    ... You loaded v16 on your wii, leaving the NAND on the usb at v14 and Triiforce didn't run.

    ... You then made a NAND backup on the usb at v16, making both the wii and the usb at v16 and still no-go.

    ... You then put v14 back on the wii, leaving the usb NAND at v16 and it worked?

    Am I reading this wrong??


    3rd, What version on SimpleFSDumper did you use?
    Someone else here noted that Nicksasa, the one who wrote SimpleFSDumper and one of the developers of Triiforce, fixed any issues it had with v0.42.

    Sorry for so many questions, but I like to get my facts straight.

    Thanks
    Last edited by Smyers75; 12-29-2009 at 02:26 PM. Reason: had wrong app listed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyers75 View Post
    The sound used on the NeoGeo wad channel is not any game.

    It's the sound that some NeoGeo consoles make on power-up.
    There are actually two different boot sounds I know of, but this is the one I found a copy of on the net (don't remember where, but thanks to whoever made it).

    I'll look into making these iso's soon, maybe this weekend.
    First I'll have to locate some nice cover art to borrow....
    Thanks for telling me where the sound came from.
    I guess i spent to much of my youth in arcades so i knew i heard it before

    So now i know what they all are, c64 is boulder dash, nes is sm3, snes is smw, n64 is sm64, sega is sonic, tgx is bonks adventure -i would have thought you would pick bomberman but bork is good also-, neo is the startup music and wiiware has no big game yet- so the wii start music works good.

    I like the photos of the consoles on the channels.
    it brings back the good old days! at least as i can remember they were good.

    I cant wait for the isos so i can run these on wiiflow and maybe some day soon it will let us restart the games from the remote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcr20 View Post
    I think simplefsdumper is getting a bum rapp because the older versions didnt dump everything needed for triiforce.

    Now it looks like everyone thinks it cant work with triiforce.

    The guy who wrote it-nicksasa on gbatemp-fixed the problem and the 0.42 version works just fine with triiforce.

    I used it on my two wiis and all the games i've tried run great.


    but-i do agree that you should also have a bootmii dump also on hand in case you need to restore your wii someday.

    Another poster mentioned running pimpmywii which is a good idea to do on the nand you will use for triiforce before you run simplefsdump or bootmii.
    This solved all the problems i was having getting some games to run.
    The new .42 version of SFSD is apparently fixed yes, but it took a bum rap for the developers to fix it. In that time, after a number of people saying a full BootMii dump worked better, I just figured that it would be wise to go with this method instead.
    4.2U || BootMii beta 4 (boot2) || DVDx v2 || HBC 1.0.8 || cIOS 38 r17 || WiiFlow R254-249 Carbonik || Triiforce MRC SS || MPlayer CE 0.76 || WiiRadio 0.4
    Patriot 16GB SDHC Class 6 || 500GB Seagate 7200.10 in NexStar CX eSATA

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

    Stomp_442's guide: How to install Hermes cIOS 202, 222, 223 and 224

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