04-14-2010, 03:43 PM
After spending about a week troubleshooting, I finally have RB2 and related DLC files loading from the virtual nand. RB2 was extremely frustrating for me b/c I was able to set up GH5 and TBRB without much problem. In my case, it was necessary to create a nand dump of my Wii system.
If it is against the policy of this forum to recommend files which may not be available from this site, I respectfully request mods delete or otherwise modify my post as they see fit.
After a lot of reading, I learned about FSToolBox, which allows you to dump the contents of your Wii nand. Google FSToolBox-0.4 for additional information and access to the file.
First, I copied the *.wad files generated by PC Tools and used wadpacker 1.5 to install them to the Wii nand. I then launched FSToolBox from Homebrew channel. I used the default IOS249 (as opposed to the recommended IOS36) and used the key combination "1/2" to copy the contents of my root directory "/" to my flash drive. Next, I connected my HD to the computer and inserted my flash drive. I navigated to the FAT32 partition of the HDD and created the folder "\nand" Then, I copied the contents of my flash \FSTOOLBOX folder to the HDD \nand directory.
Beyond this step, I followed the directions found elsewhere in this thread to move the respective *.app files to their respective directories on the virtual nand, I also copied the respective title.tmd files to their respective directories.
I am still a newb, so I can't offer much in the way of support (I've only had the Wii for the past 4 weeks). I would recommend making all the updates recommended in this thread before trying this process. If these steps don't get your desired result, you may want to do some additional searching and reading. I do not wish to degrade this thread with off-topic material. But, after a lot of reading and troubleshooting I found a fairly simple solution to my problem and thought it might help some of you experiencing the same problem. (After necessary reading and understanding the steps, this process took approximately 10 minutes start to finish).
It is very satisfying to have this working! Again, thanks jtp for the great tools.
Last edited by falstaffpac; 04-14-2010 at 03:47 PM.
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04-14-2010, 06:35 PM
Not sure why people are having probs with the NAND dumps. I have only done a minimal dump using the Simple FS Dumper and RB2 worked fine for me. But I guess if one way wont work does not hurt to try the other.
Also I was wondering if it would be useful to people if I made a small app that would scan all the .bin or .app files in a dir and spew out a list of what songs they are into a text file? I never really got into much GUI programming but maybe if I got Visual C installed it could transform into a new updated DLC manager for both SD and emulated NAND use. I have done some minor programming with Visual Basic in the past, and I know enough C to be dangerous.
I really wish I could get the source for the current DLC manager and build on top of that but I have not been able to contact the apparent author to get it.
04-14-2010, 06:48 PM
I think just came to the same conclusion. Fstoolbox.
ULoader isn't copying the save file over correctly for me. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction jtp.
Edit: After your pm I found from another site that Uloader isn't transfering saves over correctly.
04-15-2010, 01:07 AM
04-15-2010, 10:38 AM
Many thanks for the tools. They work amazing but I recently noticed upon getting the 4th gen songs that nothing past The Who Super Bowl S-Mashup shows up. If I go to the shop it shows that they have been downloaded but for some reason do not show up in the list. I also made sure to update the tmd and associated file and decrypt everything but no such luck. Is it possible there is a limit to how many songs show up?
04-16-2010, 07:53 AM
I've done a search both on this site and via Google. Can anyone elaborate as to the virtual nand folders and where music for GH/BH are supposed to be installed? System is NTSC. I tried to d/l music directly from the store and work backwards to see what folders were used, but I'm now unable to access the Store in GH5 and BH b/c it is timing out while trying to "download updates".
73584145 (I think GHWT Gen1 goes here)
73584545 (I think GH5 Gen2 goes here)
73584645 (I think BH stuff goes here, but overlaps with GH5 stuff?)
04-16-2010, 03:20 PM
I attempted to edit my original post, but was unable. I imagine after a period of time, posts cannot be edited.
I solved the folder issue and thought it might be of some value to post:
73594f45 GHWT Imports/Fixes
73584145 GHWT Gen1
73584545 GHWT Gen2
73584645 BH/GH Import
73584745 GH Smash Hits
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04-19-2010, 03:25 AM
i found that somewhere on the internet.
sZAE = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4145\content
sZBE = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4245\content
sZCE = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4345\content
sZDE = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4445\content
sZAP = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4150\content
sZBP = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4250\content
sZCP = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4350\content
sZDP = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\735a4450\content
---RawkSD (Ambas regiones)---
cRBA = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\63524241\content
cRBB = fat0:\nand\title\00010005\63524242\content
04-19-2010, 06:55 AM
Yes definitely! I was thinking about doing something similar but haven't really had a chance to look into it properly and on the brief look that I did have wasn't able to work out where abouts the song name/artist is located in each file!
Originally Posted by jtp10181
04-19-2010, 08:58 AM