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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferriske1 View Post
    Here this might help you

    RockBand2/ Guitar Hero Nand Folder Numbers



    735a4145 RBGen1
    735a4245 RBGen2
    735a4345 RBGen3
    735a4445 RBGen4
    72394a45 RBTB
    73594f45 GHWT Imports/Fixes
    73584145 GHWT Gen1
    73584545 GHWT Gen2
    73584645 BH/GH Import
    73584745 GH Smash Hits

    I don't have one for Green Day ... but from that you should be able to figure it out.
    Green Day:RB uses the RBGen4 (or 5, I don't remember) folder.

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    as I can get GH: M Imports? to GHWOR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferriske1 View Post
    Here this might help you

    RockBand2/ Guitar Hero Nand Folder Numbers



    735a4145 RBGen1
    735a4245 RBGen2
    735a4345 RBGen3
    735a4445 RBGen4
    72394a45 RBTB
    73594f45 GHWT Imports/Fixes
    73584145 GHWT Gen1
    73584545 GHWT Gen2
    73584645 BH/GH Import
    73584745 GH Smash Hits

    I don't have one for Green Day ... but from that you should be able to figure it out.
    Thanks Ferriske....after following your advice and copying the folders across from my old (backed up) emulated NAND, it's all up and running now on both GH and RB. NB - my folders were numbered slightly different, they all ended with 50 instead of 45. Probably just cos I used the latest set of tools.

    BTW - when I followed Rudi's manual to the letter it mucked up my cIOS222/223 and GH5 wouldn't load. If anyone has that problem try this (from another forum):


    1. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer
    2. Read the warning message and push A
    3. Select IOS236 to perform the install with D-pad left/right and push A
    4. Select to Install Custom IOS 222 and push A
    5. Select IOS38 merged with IOS37 and push A
    6. Wait for download and installation to complete
      • If installation fails, try reinstalling IOS236

    7. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer again
    8. Select IOS236 to perform the install again
    9. Select to Install Custom IOS 223 and push A
    10. Select IOS38 merged with IOS60 and push A
      • IOS223 gives you an alternative option for merged IOS in this way. It is exactly the same as IOS222 otherwise.
      • Experiment with other merges or not merging at all if neither of the options provided here work for you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayelo1212 View Post
    as I can get GH: M Imports? to GHWOR?
    This makes no sense at all. If you want help you need to make a bit more of an effort to explain your problem.

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    I NEED SOME SERIOUS BETA-TESTERS FOR MY NEW NAND-EMU-GH/RB-DLC-SETUP

    Please send PN if interested...

    Regards
    Rudi

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    Quote Originally Posted by byron172 View Post
    This makes no sense at all. If you want help you need to make a bit more of an effort to explain your problem.
    I think what this person is trying to find out .. is can he import his GH: Metallica to GH WOR. But i'm not sure thats just a guess.

    If thats what he's asking .. yes he should ask the question better and provide more information. But yes you can import GH Metallica and just about everything else into GH WOR.

    GH is trying to catch up with RB2 for the number of songs that you can play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirolho View Post
    Green Day:RB uses the RBGen4 (or 5, I don't remember) folder.
    Thanks I knew that . I was just half asleep when I posted the reply.

    The only one not on the list was 735a4550 RB2 Gen5

    I havent done anything with GH WOR DLC as of yet so i'm not sure the folder numbers etc ..

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    Uh, does anybody know a fix for the SD card "Add-On content could not be restored to Wii memory"? I'm really stuck here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byron172 View Post
    I remember thinking the same thing when I first started so I empathize with your point to a degree. You have to realize (as with any forum thread) that the info is quite organic so it is changing and developing all the time. The problem with doing a "summarised" version of this info or a FAQ is that it would be redundant info within days or weeks. Also - most of us have worked through this quite painstakingly to get our systems running perfectly, so some of us might get (understandably) annoyed if someone rocks along sounding like they want it all cleaned up and dished up on a platter.....know what I mean?

    I would've been real happy if I had stumbled on Rudi's tools straight away and not gone through this (plus a couple of other) threads before getting the info I needed, but that is the nature of this stuff. you gotta put in the hard yards sometimes for a bit of pay off.

    However, to give you a bit of a shortcut I would advise the following:

    Go to post number #438 (if you haven't already) and download Rudi's latest set of tools.

    Get yourself an external Hard Drive that is around 80GB (or more) in size - or partition the one you are currently using for your backups so that around 40GB is FAT32 and the rest is WBFS. That part is quite easy for the average geek and I won't go through all the steps to do that right here.

    Rudi's package contains EVERYTHING that you need, in particular "THE MANUAL".......but you do have to do a bit of reading and a few hours of programming. If you follow his instructions to the letter you will be well on your way to having the best set up possible for this particular hack. If you go through the process and have some trouble we are all more than happy to help.
    Thanks for your reply.
    Indead, its a litle bit tricky, because, iīm not new to all this, iīm sneekin around the forum for some time now, and follow some tutorials and other stuff from the "recomended tutorials" in the forum, and i still have some hard time with this one, and i feel that, at least in this particular issue, the info is targeted to the geeks that already know everything or almost everyting.

    Anyway, moving the contents of "DLC-sXEP GH5" to the SD card "\private\wii\DATA\sXEP", didnīt work at all, and thats what is in the tutorial in pc tools.

    But many hours later, i managed to get all the songs in GH5, GHWT and even in GHWOF green ticked, and now i can download them all.

    The only remaining issue, is that i canīt move the songs to the SD because iīam using USB loader GX.

    I think the only option is goin to the post(#438) that you have indicated to me, and try to setup the nand emulator.

    Partitioning the drive is easy, the rest of the tutorial is more hard. I will try that, since i havenīt got any more space in wii nand to download anything.

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    Today I finally broke down and bought the Soundgarden album. I am a huge Soundgarden fan (mostly their stuff before 1990), but anyway, I thought I would contribute some information to this thread in the hopes of getting a GH6 DLC crack to materialize :-)

    I downloaded the songs to my Wii system memory (US NTSC) then did a NAND dump with Simple FS Dumper. It put the new files into:

    title/00010005/73584945/content

    After decrypting the title.tmd file, I got this information:

    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...0573584945/tmd
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000009

    and:


    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000009
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000001
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000002
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000003
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000004
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000005
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000006
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000007
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/00000008
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/0000000a
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/0000000b
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/0000000c
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/0000000d
    http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/down...84945/0000000e

    And when I moved the songs from the Wii memory to SD, it put it in a folder sXIE

    So I know this is just raw information, but I am hoping that someone out there with more talents than me can do something with this :-) Thanks everyone -- I keep an eye on this thread every day waiting for new good information to surface.

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