use wiitdb.com or download them through gx
emuhack nice guide tried it worked perfect....(its a lot easier using uloader though)
Last edited by Cile; 06-17-2010 at 09:56 PM.
Thanks, i thought i looked at everything at wiitdb but i was wrong 1 down, 340 to go. does this take this long 1 at a time or is there a bundle im missing as i said before i have a bundle pack but its not the wii cases like i want. i had to search with the id and got 1 but its prob 1min per, any advice?
I have tried thru usb loader gx 1.0 and it says "not on server" but when i go there on my pc i can download 1 @ a time. Sry for the double post but my edit hangs and freezesuse wiitdb.com or download them through gx
I guess the reason they are "not on server" is exactly that. they arent there. e.g. the first zelda, oriinal donkey kong, it seems most of my game arent found, where can i find these
Last edited by s0ur; 06-18-2010 at 06:25 AM.
To use the EDIT button click it twice. Don't double click. Click then wait 2 seconds then click again.
Damn I suck!!!!
check through showmiiwads whats your wad ID and name them right if they are wrong
edit:dont work in this thread i ll delete and merge later...
to make it clear you dont rename the wad but the picture so it matches the wads ID
Last edited by s0ur; 06-18-2010 at 06:24 AM.
Thanks, i figured it out, probably same as you were saying, i looked up titleID on my wbfs drive, then searched for only first 3 digets, you find most are Pal but cover is same so i download the .png and change its name to xxxE00.png Takes a while one at a time though. Oh well it will be cool when im all done.to make it clear you dont rename the wad but the picture so it matches the wads ID
On the other hand i was trying to convert more wads to isos with wad2iso as i did before, and now it wiiscrubber crashes everytime near end of any file. I have run as admin and i have shut down every other program. I posted a comment here the other day, im pretty sure i had another trick for this prob, but that was late at night and the next day my post wasnt there (server issues). So now i cant remember my trick, ill keep trying. Any ideas are appreciated.
Just one question... can i sucessfully use this method without a wbfs partition. (Just the fat32 one) ?
Here is a site where you can get alot of covers, I think is was last updated in Jan. 2010, so there is no newer covers, but still one download for alot of covers is good.
Last edited by Stomp_442; 06-27-2010 at 05:11 PM.
wiitdb has most of my covers, but very few snes and n64 covers. Anyone know why or where to fet these?
After adding about a dozen ISOs to the HDD I gave it a try. USB Loader CFG will download covers automatically, only about half of them downloaded. All the games I have tried will play fine, but take about 8 seconds to boot, probably due to Triforce NAND emulation. The only complaint I have is when exiting a game the loader locks up (freezes) at a black screen, I think that has to do with the ISO forwarder.