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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkmoon View Post
    Another computer is not available.

    When I try to run Showmiiwads on the nand I get a long error that says it can't open the file. It creates a nand-extracteda foler, but it is empty.
    that nand might be corupt double check your sd card it might not have writ to the sd card from bootmi correctly try a new sd card and re-back up the nand to it then do the exe then see if it load in showme wads

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    Quote Originally Posted by stensin View Post
    I've followed the guide 100%, and I'm getting an "Error getting the title list - Press any button" error.

    Here is my scenario:
    I'm working with a USB thumb drive, 8GB, from cruzer micro. It has 1 "Healthy" (Fat 32) partition. I've loaded all of my nand to the ROOT of the USB drive. However, when I go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disc Management and try to make the partition active, the option is grayed out and un-selectable. I took for granted that this means it was already the ACTIVE PARTITION but correct me if I'm wrong.

    When I insert the drive into the back of my Wii, boot up Triiforce, and select to boot from the USB NAND, I get the following error message:
    "
    Loading...Error: could not get dir entry count! (result: -1)
    Reading folder /title/00010001 failed
    Error getting the title list
    Press any button
    "
    I'd also like to note that the Wii HANGS, meaning if I do press any button, nothing happens.

    Specs:
    -I'm connecting with a USB Thumb Drive.
    -The contents of NAND are on the ROOT of my USB drive (NOT the NAND folder.)
    -I have cIOS rev 14 INSTALLED on my Wii.
    -I have plenty of games installed on my NAND.
    -I am unsure as to if my USB partition is ACTIVE or not. If it is INACTIVE, how would I go about setting it to ACTIVE? Like I said, the option is grayed out. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

    Thanks!
    Any help here? With further reading, I discovered:
    -Showmiiwads doesn't work
    ~and~
    -Triiforce doesn't support more than 256 files.

    Are either of these true? If so, how do I install my wads on my USB drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stensin View Post
    Any help here? With further reading, I discovered:
    -Showmiiwads doesn't work
    ~and~
    -Triiforce doesn't support more than 256 files.

    Are either of these true? If so, how do I install my wads on my USB drive?
    Neither is true.

    Showmiiwads v1.3b works just fine.
    In my case I delete the .cfg file between runs as it takes forever to load if I don't.
    That may have to do with....

    I have over 1,000 wads on my Triiforce.
    All have PNG's,
    All display just fine.
    Every one I use runs (and exits) just fine.
    // 4.1 \\ BootMii(boot2) // cIOS 38 r17 \\ WiiFlow 1.1 // Triiforce MRC SS Consoles Edition \\ SNEEK v2.0x // Adata 32GB SDHC Class 6 \\ Hitachi 2TB Turbo USB // USB Gecko \\

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkmoon View Post
    When I try to run the 'wiiload' aplication it pops up a command window and quits so quickly I can't see what it says.

    Am I supposed to run SFSD as a homebrew program on the Wii and use it to extract the nand to the SD card instead of bootmil? Or is it another windows app I can't get to run?

    I'm not sure how to run it as I can't find and instructions for it.
    Before you do anything else, make sure you have a good, working copy of your NAND.

    You cannot use a SimpleFSDumper copy to restore your wii, should you brick it.

    That said, SimpleFSDumper is meant to be run from HomeBrew with either a SD or a USB device to save the backup.

    Just put the boot.dol file from the SimpleFSDumper rar in a folder in the APPS directory on your SD card (make sure the .dol file is named boot.dol) and launch it from HomeBrew.
    Use all the defaults and you should be good to go.

    It saves the NAND in the exact format Triiforce wants to see it in, so if you can get it to work, you're all set. (after you made sure you have a good bootmii NAND)


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    // 4.1 \\ BootMii(boot2) // cIOS 38 r17 \\ WiiFlow 1.1 // Triiforce MRC SS Consoles Edition \\ SNEEK v2.0x // Adata 32GB SDHC Class 6 \\ Hitachi 2TB Turbo USB // USB Gecko \\

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    Originally Posted by stensin View Post
    I've followed the guide 100%, and I'm getting an "Error getting the title list - Press any button" error.
    are you able to writ the wads to the nand in showme wads?

    Here is my scenario:
    I'm working with a USB thumb drive, 8GB, from cruzer micro. It has 1 "Healthy" (Fat 32) partition. I've loaded all of my nand to the ROOT of the USB drive. However, when I go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disc Management and try to make the partition active, the option is grayed out and un-selectable. I took for granted that this means it was already the ACTIVE PARTITION but correct me if I'm wrong.
    im using a 4gig thumb drive from microcenter 1 single partitiion i did not have to mark it as active in the boxes above it in where it list the drives in parenthesis it should say (healty,active) make sure it say that on your btw im using vista

    When I insert the drive into the back of my Wii, boot up Triiforce, and select to boot from the USB NAND, I get the following error message:
    "
    Loading...Error: could not get dir entry count! (result: -1)
    Reading folder /title/00010001 failed
    Error getting the title list
    Press any button
    "
    I'd also like to note that the Wii HANGS, meaning if I do press any button, nothing happens.
    sounds like showmewads/nand issue

    Specs:
    -I'm connecting with a USB Thumb Drive.
    -The contents of NAND are on the ROOT of my USB drive (NOT the NAND folder.)
    -I have cIOS rev 14 INSTALLED on my Wii.
    -I have plenty of games installed on my NAND.
    -I am unsure as to if my USB partition is ACTIVE or not. If it is INACTIVE, how would I go about setting it to ACTIVE? Like I said, the option is grayed out. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
    my specs:
    usb thumb 4gig
    usb forwarder for triforce
    running nes only (seperate thumb drives for the other systems)
    wii 4.2u soft mod and drivekey
    homebrew
    neogamma
    usb loader gx
    IOS38-64-v3610
    IOS70-64-v6687 [Patched][FreeTheBug]
    priiloader

    Thanks!
    Any help here? With further reading, I discovered:
    -Showmiiwads doesn't work
    ~and~
    -Triiforce doesn't support more than 256 files.

    Are either of these true? If so, how do I install my wads on my USB drive?
    showmiiwads working on my vista
    separate thumb drives from my different systems
    only problem im having is the reset option on the 000001xx hack doesnt work always sometimes i still have to manually reset my wii

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    are you able to writ the wads to the nand in showme wads?
    Yes. No errors. When the wad is writ to the NAND, does it reduce in size?


    im using a 4gig thumb drive from microcenter 1 single partitiion i did not have to mark it as active in the boxes above it in where it list the drives in parenthesis it should say (healty,active) make sure it say that on your btw im using vista
    Yes, it does say that


    sounds like showmewads/nand issue
    Followed the guide to the T.


    my specs:
    usb thumb 4gig
    usb forwarder for triforce
    running nes only (seperate thumb drives for the other systems)
    wii 4.2u soft mod and drivekey
    homebrew
    neogamma
    usb loader gx
    IOS38-64-v3610
    IOS70-64-v6687 [Patched][FreeTheBug]
    priiloader
    Except for the NES bit, I have the same specs.


    showmiiwads working on my vista
    separate thumb drives from my different systems
    only problem im having is the reset option on the 000001xx hack doesnt work always sometimes i still have to manually reset my wii
    Wish I could say I could get this far :\

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    Hi,

    I have a 500GB external USB HDD designated specifically for USB Loader GX and ripping wii games from disc to it.

    Having said that, I also have a 32GB SDHC card that I would really like to use for Triiforce. Any chance that you will implement SDHC card use in a future release? 2GB just won't cut it for me, not enough space for all the things I want to have on my card. Currently my SDHC card has 17GB of wii related stuff on it...roms from almost every system and so furth, it would be great if I can also get triiforce to work with this SDHC card as well.

    Let me know if you have any plans for SDHC. Until then, I will hold off from using Triiforce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyers75 View Post

    Just put the boot.dol file from the SimpleFSDumper rar in a folder in the APPS directory on your SD card (make sure the .dol file is named boot.dol) and launch it from HomeBrew.
    Use all the defaults and you should be good to go.

    It saves the NAND in the exact format Triiforce wants to see it in, so if you can get it to work, you're all set.
    Running it with the defaults it says use ios249, then minimal dump. I get a dump of only 56 MB according to the SFSD log on the SD card and have a bunch of new folders. Where do I find the nand file for triforce and can it only be 56 MB when a normal nand file is over half a gig?

    Here is what the directory of my sd card looks like after the dump:


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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkmoon View Post
    Running it with the defaults it says use ios249, then minimal dump. I get a dump of only 56 MB according to the SFSD log on the SD card and have a bunch of new folders. Where do I find the nand file for triforce and can it only be 56 MB when a normal nand file is over half a gig?

    Here is what the directory of my sd card looks like after the dump:

    i didnt use the SimpleFSDumper so im no good here sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith_Loving View Post
    Hi,

    I have a 500GB external USB HDD designated specifically for USB Loader GX and ripping wii games from disc to it.

    Having said that, I also have a 32GB SDHC card that I would really like to use for Triiforce. Any chance that you will implement SDHC card use in a future release? 2GB just won't cut it for me, not enough space for all the things I want to have on my card. Currently my SDHC card has 17GB of wii related stuff on it...roms from almost every system and so furth, it would be great if I can also get triiforce to work with this SDHC card as well.

    Let me know if you have any plans for SDHC. Until then, I will hold off from using Triiforce.
    you can easily use thumb drives its cheaper than the sdhc cards especially if you compare the gig per gig sizes on the thumb/sdhc try getting them from "microcenter" their prices cant be beat im using a thumber from there 4 gig i think i paid like 8 bucks max for it check out the price for a 8 gig sdhc

    btw thumb drive are up to 32 gig but you dont need more than that right (17gigs of roms + misc)

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