08-03-2011, 10:28 PM
Uneek just faster?
I installed Sneek successfully, after a few hours of attempting to install Sneek+DI, even though I don't know what DI stands for, nor it's benefits. However, it is annoyingly slow. Will installing Uneek be any faster?
08-04-2011, 07:40 AM
To answer your first question:
I didn't attempt to make SNEEK+DI work myself. The DI module allows the use of backup loading, however it only allows one game to be prepared at a time (instead of allowing you to chose from a list of installed games like other loaders). Since I couldn't even get UNEEK to work myself, I didn't bother with the DI modules. If you're looking only for speed...the DI module, I believe, doesn't run any faster.
To answer your second question:
UNEEK should yield a NAND. Unfortunately, I'm yet to hear of any member who made the 0.6c installer work. I'm leaning toward the idea that UNEEK is broken for this version of the installer. I'd say try it out. If you get the black screen, and the Wii disc tray light starts blinking after 45-60 seconds at 1.3 second intervals continuously, you will have reached the same error as both myself and acemillion. If you get past that - please let me know! If you fail, I wouldn't suggest spending hours on it; I got nowhere.
Last edited by vtwombat; 08-04-2011 at 07:43 AM.
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10-28-2011, 08:09 AM
Firstly many thanks for you're hard work in providing such excellent programs for wii
Now my questions:
I have a fully hacked wii running priiloader/bootmii/gx loader etc etc everything works perfect, but I want to emulate the nand with sneek so I can move my saves to the nand instead of system memory as I no longer have enough space for the save files for all my games.
So..... can I put sneek on the same sd card as all my other apps, without it stopping my gx loader or any other app working? also do I have to install my wiiware games again to sneek or will they work as normal from my sd card where they are already installed?
Many thanks for you're help
11-02-2011, 08:18 AM
To answer your first question: Yes, you can put SNEEK on the same SD card as any of your other apps (Homebrew Channel, I'm assuming?). In general, you can put any combination of programs on your SD card as long as two or more programs don't require the same directory. For example, I have a single SD card running SNEEK, Project M, Mighty Channels, many Homebrew applications, and some savedata from Wii games, and all of these programs work fine. However, I can't run bootmii on that card without changing the files around because SNEEK is using the same directory instead.
To answer your second question: No, you don't have to install games on your virtual NAND that were already present at the time you made the backup. Note that this applies to applications that are present on the console itself, not an SD card. Basically, they should be on your Wii's main menu area, and not the SD card menu as that is a separate location that SNEEK does not touch. SNEEK will not even be able to access the SD card menu because the SD in the front slot will be treated as the NAND. There are ways to activate it in SNEEK so that your SD card is recognized as both the NAND and an actual SD card, but it is rumored to cause problems.
Edit: My first thank you! ^_^ thank you dice_man!
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12-10-2011, 10:16 AM
I tried it with an USB stick just to be sure and eventually it gives me the "press A to continiue" screen.
Too bad my wiimotes won't sync up ¬¬
does the NAND need to be on it's own partition or should I just be able to use the harddrive I also use for games?
Got the wiimote to sync up and it seems it works fine with the USB stick. Now if I could only get it to work with my harddrive.[/QUOTE]
how did you get ur wiimotes to resync. I just tried to use SNEEK or whatever, and now, no matter what i do, they wont sync!
12-10-2011, 06:49 PM
In SNEEK, I was able to get the Wii Remotes to sync up as I would normally - by clicking the red sync buttons on the controller and the console. I can't remember exactly...but if you are running SNEEK/UNEEK on the console that produced the NAND dump, you may not have to re-sync the Wii remotes (assuming they are currently synced on the console you are using). Not entirely sure about that though.
About the hard drive - I'm pretty sure you can have more than the NAND and UNEEK boot files present on the same partition. I have an SD card running SNEEK, Project M, and many Homebrew applications in the "/apps" directory.
Just curious, what version of UNEEK are you using? I haven't managed to make it work. All I get is a black screen.
12-10-2011, 06:54 PM
no, i tried to run the latest version of SNEEK, and my wii motes just stopped working. i tried re-syncing them, and restoring from a backup on bootmii, and a different wii mote that was also synced to my wii, but nothing... HELP!
12-11-2011, 01:44 PM
Just to make sure I have the details straight: this problem is happening not only on SNEEK, but also on your actual console (no NAND emulation)?
I'm leaning toward suggesting a broken bluetooth module; that would explain the syncing problem. However, if you did have a broken bluetooth module, your console would boot to a black screen on startup (unless you booted to Priiloader or Bootmii).
If you can supply me with more information, I may be able to help you troubleshoot this. If this does turn out to be a hardware/ software problem on the console and not a NAND emulation issue, you may have to start a thread in the bricked issues section and continue the discussion there.
I may be a little slow to respond - my academic life is quite demanding at the moment (I have finals coming up next week), but I'll do what I can. In the meantime, if you think your console's software is damaged, don't do anything hasty (like tamper with your console's IOSs) unless you know exactly what you are doing and why. Messing with those could make things worse.
Last edited by vtwombat; 12-11-2011 at 01:54 PM.
12-11-2011, 05:26 PM
Ok, thanks, btw, im am starting up from bootmii, so does that meen that my wii is completly f@#$%d?
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