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    quick news! uloader CAN backup and play from a WBSF usb, that no other loaders see! but only from port1 (hack settings) so... maybe my port0 has problems? can I hack the dol/elf from CFGLoader or GX to see port1? also why the backup from uloader works but backup from "wbfs manager 3" is still invisible from uloader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fofo View Post
    quick news! uloader CAN backup and play from a WBSF usb, that no other loaders see! but only from port1 (hack settings) so... maybe my port0 has problems? can I hack the dol/elf from CFGLoader or GX to see port1? also why the backup from uloader works but backup from "wbfs manager 3" is still invisible from uloader?
    Yep, uLoader can also load games from a external usb optical drive. But what do you mean with the last question?

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    nothing it is solved can cfgloader or GX load from port1? I susspect there is problem with my port0 and do not sees games. (neither uloader sees my usb on port0)

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    Nope, they can't.

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    Further help with this anyone please !!

    I followed this guide as far as Forwarder Channel Installation/HBC and im lost.Can anyone give me direct instruction via email ?Yes im a newby but ive managed to get homebrew up and running and after having intial problems with an eroor when trying trying to load up channels its working fine( i had to install dopmii and update shopping channel)I now want to back up all the games my daughter has to hard drive and use through homebrew.I formatted a seagate 160gb 2.5 inch drive as this guide but im confused about the Configurable USB Loader v65 and WiiFlow2.1a2.Do i need them both or are they options to choose from.Im also confused about the cios im using(im running homebrew 4.3e installed via letterbomb if that makes a difference) ?I have an SD card in my wii with apps on but im also confused if i put the forwarder on the SD card OR the Hard Drive i just formatted.I read and installed WBFS Manager thinking i need that ?Im really sorry to sound so dumb but having seen what homebrew can do through this site i really want to be able to use it to its full potential.One other thing i cant use my wii's disk drive its died so i need to be able to get the games we have onto the newly formatted drive if its possible.All i want is for my daughter to be able to load homebrew up and select a channel that has her games on.help !!thanksAndy

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    I am in the process of readying my HDD to load disc-based Wii games and also WiiWare and VC games. As I understand it the NAND emulation needed for the WiiWare and VC games excludes using the HDD with NTFS. I am thinking of using Mighty Channels (although that seems like a bear to set up for the neophyte) for NAND emulation; although I may use something else for that. If this is the case what would be a good way to partition it, if I need to do so? What size partitions should I use, which type, and why? I am using a WD 500GB Passport. I intend to use WiiFlow from the SD card. I believe I would like to use the HDD simply for game storage. Please feel free to chime in here with recommendations for or against any of my plans. I would like to post a syscheck or dop-mii report but it appears to hang on both of them at IOS 4. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by martianmaggot View Post
    I am in the process of readying my HDD to load disc-based Wii games and also WiiWare and VC games. As I understand it the NAND emulation needed for the WiiWare and VC games excludes using the HDD with NTFS. I am thinking of using Mighty Channels (although that seems like a bear to set up for the neophyte) for NAND emulation; although I may use something else for that. If this is the case what would be a good way to partition it, if I need to do so? What size partitions should I use, which type, and why? I am using a WD 500GB Passport. I intend to use WiiFlow from the SD card. I believe I would like to use the HDD simply for game storage. Please feel free to chime in here with recommendations for or against any of my plans. I would like to post a syscheck or dop-mii report but it appears to hang on both of them at IOS 4. Thanks!
    I use a WD 320 Passport for almost exactly the same thing. All I did was format the entire drive to FAT32 and made sure it was set to primary and active. Nothing special needs done (as far as partitioning is concerned) to accomplish what to want to do regarding game storage, Mighty Channels, Wiiflow, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    It depends every hdd is bound to fail....but you might be lucky and it wont....

    I had 4 go out on me so far....2 WD ..2 Seagate..

    The one i use for wii gets the worst treatment etc and still hasn't failed....
    Always make a Back-up of your back-up, I have 3 back-up hard drives, Better Safe than Sorry !!!

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    I am wondering if I need to do a dual partition (FAT32 and NTFS) in order to play games that are > 4GB (SSBB & Metroid Prime Trilogy). If so, can someone direct me to how I do this. If not, great!; but how do I do it with a single FAT32 partition? I previously ran my external HDD on WFBS, but as I understand it now, this is impossible for NAND emulation. Thanks!

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    to play games on fat32 that are over 4gb the usb loader will split it for you when you rip your original disc to the hdd, if not that way you need to use a game manager to split the game

    wii game manager

    thanks to bmarlo for this signature


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