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    Thanks jebise101.

    I'm noticing some issues with r254 too. It's extremely slow to switch partitions and going back and forth between the settings and main page is slow too. No crashes yet though. I guess I'll use v2.1 linked in the guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebise101 View Post
    This is really really dumb but for the life of me i cannot figure it out. I'm using wii Game Manager 1.5.0.2 and want to change how the folders are named.

    Currently they are labeled: "GAMEID_Title" aka "SB4E01_SUPER_MARIO_GALAXY_2"

    I would like what is on the main page: "Title [GAMEID]" aka "SUPER MARIO GALAXY 2 [SB4E01]"

    How do i change that option in Wii game Manager.
    Change the settings/options in Wii Backup Manager.

    Quote Originally Posted by atomicrabbit View Post
    Thanks jebise101.

    I'm noticing some issues with r254 too. It's extremely slow to switch partitions and going back and forth between the settings and main page is slow too. No crashes yet though. I guess I'll use v2.1 linked in the guide.
    Yeah, use 2.1 for now. I assume it works for you with that revision? As mentioned to get your loader to use Hermes cIOS222 you need to use the 222.dol
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    Im using Wii Game Manager but its iso files, and I want to convert and split to wbfs, anytime i try it just makes 1 file and its half the size of the more than 1 gb file its like 656 or something MB. and im doing split i done every option, something is wrong isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien Lee Benoit View Post
    Im using Wii Game Manager but its iso files, and I want to convert and split to wbfs, anytime i try it just makes 1 file and its half the size of the more than 1 gb file its like 656 or something MB. and im doing split i done every option, something is wrong isn't it?
    I can't make much sense of that...Go into the settings for WBM and make sure you have the split size set (I use auto).

    If you are saying the file is smaller once transferred to the drive, this normal. Also, they only need to be split if they are over 4GB (this will be done automatically by WBM when you transfer the file).
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    I tried alvin and chipmunks, iso was 4.3 gb and i did the split to wbfs and it just gave me 1 655mb file. not 2, seemed wrong, thats what i meant mostly,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien Lee Benoit View Post
    I tried alvin and chipmunks, iso was 4.3 gb and i did the split to wbfs and it just gave me 1 655mb file. not 2, seemed wrong, thats what i meant mostly,
    When the game is converted it becomes smaller then 4GB (as you can see). There is no need to split that file. There are only 3 or 4 games that I am aware of that are actually larger then 4GB when converted to WBFS. Read the FAQ section.
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    My friend had a hacked wii a while back and it looked like this: http://i.ytimg.com/vi/ydC56dXdgtw/0.jpg

    I am figuring out how to backup games and i guess now also put games on the hdd through my pc, but i dont know the best route using the Wii alone to take those games i get, download album covers for all and allow my kids a quick easy access to turn on the wii and scroll through games without having to go through a few options. That screenshot i attached, i cant find that with my wii stuff now that i homebrewed it. is there something more i need? I know i remember he was downloading the covers through that, i already put a few iso's from the pc and they are there in USBloader thing but no covers or ways to download, guess im still just confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien Lee Benoit View Post
    My friend had a hacked wii a while back and it looked like this: http://i.ytimg.com/vi/ydC56dXdgtw/0.jpg

    I am figuring out how to backup games and i guess now also put games on the hdd through my pc, but i dont know the best route using the Wii alone to take those games i get, download album covers for all and allow my kids a quick easy access to turn on the wii and scroll through games without having to go through a few options. That screenshot i attached, i cant find that with my wii stuff now that i homebrewed it. is there something more i need? I know i remember he was downloading the covers through that, i already put a few iso's from the pc and they are there in USBloader thing but no covers or ways to download, guess im still just confused.
    You need to read the FULL guide all of the questions you ask are covered in the guide. The screenshot is of USB loader GX which I have removed from this guide.

    If you follow this guide from start to finish and read everything carefully then you will be able to do what you mention above. Good luck. Please read the full guide before asking for help again.
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    I understand, sorry. I sware i went over this guide 3 times cause of being nervous about breaking the wii. I mostly want the kids to have more games to play. And right now all the stuff that I put on doesn't make it simple, who knows. So USB Loader GX is no longer available?

    I know i can download covers when i put a wii game in and backup, but im still not finding ways to get the covers to the games that i put on through game manager other than the app before i plug the HDD to the Wii. Does that mean that I have to use Game Manager for downloaded from the net games to get covers on there?

    Just looking for the best loader for kids to use and that Configurable USB Loader app and even going through HomeBrew channel to get to it is sketchy to me to allow my 5 yr old to be able to work with. Sorry for being so confused about this and appreciate your help. Willing to help back by donating any of my services to you for free (graphic design, music production, web development, photography, motion design, video editing) [removed] for all my work... just to show that i appreciate what you helped with even so far! Thanks man!
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    You can either download the covers using your USB loader if you have internet on the wii. Or get them from the site mentioned in "Adding Cover Art" section. Place them in the folders specific to each USB Loader (read the second post of this guide for more info).
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