When did you mod your wii and when did you make the NAND backup as your IOS might be out of date for some of the wiiware... I always tell people to try World of Goo as it works great...
Hi all Im having a little trouble and was wondering if anyone could help this guide is great and i have followed it through and through 3 times now. But each time i get the games on my usb loader they wont load. I put 204 wiiware games on my hard drive. Each time i try an launch one a black screen appears hangs around for a few seconds then the wii boots back to the system menu anyone have a solution for this? Thanks a lot
hey i tested world of goo it was a no go i hmm i say i installed all the ios's i have back in February my wii has been modded since homebrew first came out tho
with wad to iso because yes i had 204 wads and made them all into iso's and used wiibackup manager to convert them to my wbfs folder on my hard drive also my harddrive is fat32 but all my games boot from a folder called wbfs thanks
The links to GBAtemp aren't to a guide, but to the origin of the program, which contains the correct download location that this guide should be linking to, as it will always point to the latest versionI see there are many links to the GBA temp guide
As problems have been identified, improvements have been made that will not be of benefit unless the latest version is used.
This guide still incorrectly states it is necessary to download the NandGames folder separately, which is not only misleading (as the folder and the loader it contains are produced each time the program is used) but may lead to problems if a later version of Wad2ISO includes a revision of Triiforce with better game compatibility.
In this case your guide would have the user unnecessarily download and use an older version (not good).
Advising users to download latest versions of Wad2ISO and other programs you list, could obviously never jeopardize the success of this guide and should not be discouraged.
I wrote Wad2ISO in order to make it easy for noobs to be able to launch their Wiiware titles from a USBloader, without having to learn how to use the various programs involved in achieving that outcome.
This guide apparently has the same objective which is why it is strange that you refuse to link to the only location that is guaranteed to point to the latest (and therefore most compatible) version.
This is a Learning Site and the Direct Call outs will not be tolerated by me in this thread... there is a way to call people out with out comming across as being difficult!!!
I appreciate all the updates and keeping us current as it sounds as you are the one that wrote wad2iso - But the reason i HOST my own files is so i know where they are comming from and not from another site or source since ITS not an official one. So from now on if you make an update or if anybody else makes an update please just link the file and give the version number and i will be gladly to update my links with the new version.
If you have a suggestion about my guide, FINE, but again there are ways of saying it. I have made the changes you have suggested.... As im not a difficult person but if you come on strong like your last two posts then i get alittle HOT!!!!
/EDIT - Thanks - changes noted and appreciated
(I am the author of Wad2ISO, and was getting a little concerned that my latest efforts to make it as compatible and noob friendly as possible were not being made available )
(v4.00 is now the latest)