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    Quote Originally Posted by lfc4ever View Post
    I had the same problem, but marked the 2nd partition as active all the same in the end and the WBFS partition & games & USB Loader all worked fine.
    Thanks for the last two posts. Tried that but got the same failure when i tried to load from my SDHD card (I thought the guide said that SDHD cards were ok, but when i got the failure i thought i would try the HDD).

    The error message is

    Error, cant get title list press any key to continue (still on the Triiforce blue screen)

    Then i get a black screen that says

    Exception (DSI) occurred!

    there is then about 8 lines of GPR followed by numbers

    then a Stack Dump

    then Code Dump

    (sorry didnt write all the numbers etc down)

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    You can use an SDHC card to launch triiforce if the nand is on a usb drive. Your nand can't be on an SDHC card, just the apps/triiforce folder if you wanted to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinyk View Post
    You can use an SDHC card to launch triiforce if the nand is on a usb drive. Your nand can't be on an SDHC card, just the apps/triiforce folder if you wanted to.
    Thanks

    I have just been checking the guide again.

    When creating the Nand Dump the guide says put the nand.bin file you get from the BootMii dump in the nand-tools folder (this stays on the PC as it is in the folder 'Windows Programmes - PUT ON YOUR COMPUTER'.

    When you copy over the Nand folder STEP 4.9 the Nand.bin and Nand_Dec.bin files are not copied over as these sit in the Nand Tools folder. I am guessing I have done something wrong and these should be copied to the HDD? Please advise.

    Sorry, also when I formatted the HDD partition the option was exFAT but I could not choose FAT32 (like I could when I formatted my SD card). Could this be a problem too?

    Also, i used the Nand.bin that I created when I ran Dogeggs 3.1-4.1 guide, is that ok, or should i create a new nand?
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    You put the nand.bin bootmii creates in the nand-tools folder so that when you run the decrypting commands from the guide, you don't have to change anything. Once you are done the steps, you should have had a folder named NAND created inside the nand-tools folder. The contents of the NAND folder go on the root of your device, not the contents of the NAND-TOOLS folder (where your nand.bin and nand.dec files are).

    This should be quite clear in the guide.
    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
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinyk View Post
    You put the nand.bin bootmii creates in the nand-tools folder so that when you run the decrypting commands from the guide, you don't have to change anything. Once you are done the steps, you should have had a folder named NAND created inside the nand-tools folder. The contents of the NAND folder go on the root of your device, not the contents of the NAND-TOOLS folder (where your nand.bin and nand.dec files are).

    This should be quite clear in the guide.
    Ok thanks, so what I have done is correct. Any idea why I get the error message:

    Error, cant get title list press any key to continue (still on the Triiforce blue screen)

    Then i get a black screen that says

    Exception (DSI) occurred!

    there is then about 8 lines of GPR followed by numbers

    then a Stack Dump

    then Code Dump

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    @trevor7oaks: I get the same issue without the code dump. My hdd doesn't have an on/off switch and I am running IOS 249. I checked the wad files dump to the hdd and they are all there (about 330 of them) and copied the artwork to the proper directory for the channels.

    Ill read more here in this thread to see if I can find a good fix! I suppose I just wanted to let you know you're not alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by painless View Post
    @trevor7oaks: I get the same issue without the code dump. My hdd doesn't have an on/off switch and I am running IOS 249. I checked the wad files dump to the hdd and they are all there (about 330 of them) and copied the artwork to the proper directory for the channels.

    Ill read more here in this thread to see if I can find a good fix! I suppose I just wanted to let you know you're not alone.
    I've sorted it. My HDD was not formatted to FAT32. You can only format up to 32gb as FAT32. My partition was 36gb, so the only format option was exFAT.

    Decreased the partition and formatted as FAT32, it works fine. Although this messed up my WBFS partition, so I had to reload all my isos

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor7oaks View Post
    I've sorted it. My HDD was not formatted to FAT32. You can only format up to 32gb as FAT32. My partition was 36gb, so the only format option was exFAT.

    Decreased the partition and formatted as FAT32, it works fine. Although this messed up my WBFS partition, so I had to reload all my isos
    Before anybody believes that limit, FAT32 can be up to 8TB actually.

    What may have happened is you created a new active primary partition which is what worked for you, but it had nothing to do with the size.

    Many have this working on 1TB single FAT32 partitioned drives.
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    My hdd is 110gb @ fat32 and still have the same error "cant get title list press any key to continue"

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    Quote Originally Posted by painless View Post
    My hdd is 110gb @ fat32 and still have the same error "cant get title list press any key to continue"
    I feel your pain matey, I too have problems I outlined a few posts back (not the same as yours.I hope some kind soul will have a solution for me as I am 99% sure its nothing I am doing wrong as I have retried the entire process 8 times now and always the exact same problem.

    I know it is finding the USB device (tried both a hd and a 8 gig flash) as Triiforce wont load if device not present but it does if it is, it just will not show up the wads I have added to the nand, it just shows up the triiforce wad which I asume it is loading from the onboard nand

    One other thing that confuses me about this app, is, Coverfloader and the like use WBFS format to load game images, so why does this use fat32?

    Sorry for bumping my own post but at my wits end getting this thing to work
    Last edited by Meomyo; 02-01-2010 at 04:26 AM.

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