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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    IMO-rev19-20 are great games do load up faster ALL THE GAMES WORK(read up on ciosX the best choice of base etc)
    (only thing that doesn't work is triiforce=not that great)

    did i learn what triiforce is? is it VC loader similar to the wii games loader? sounds like it would of been fun playing old school games if it is. oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droopie View Post
    did i learn what triiforce is? is it VC loader similar to the wii games loader? sounds like it would of been fun playing old school games if it is. oh well.
    triiforce is a vc/wiiware loader which hasnt been updated in quiet a long time ...you can use uloader.. to load vc/wiiware....

    or wait till rev21 comes out with a fix for triiforce

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    All right, riddle me this. The beginning of this thread says that the PC software for making backups can split up a game larger than 4GB to work on FAT32 if necessary. Do the Wii Backup Loaders available also know how to do this? What if I try to use the Wii to back up a game like Metroid Prime Trilogy - will the loaders know how to split the file up or will they encounter some kind of error?

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    I've formatted my drive to FAT32, can i just drag the .iso 's too my hdd, plug it in then run the USB launcher GX channel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by secrettrek3 View Post
    All right, riddle me this. The beginning of this thread says that the PC software for making backups can split up a game larger than 4GB to work on FAT32 if necessary. Do the Wii Backup Loaders available also know how to do this? What if I try to use the Wii to back up a game like Metroid Prime Trilogy - will the loaders know how to split the file up or will they encounter some kind of error?
    it should split it.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by philll View Post
    I've formatted my drive to FAT32, can i just drag the .iso 's too my hdd, plug it in then run the USB launcher GX channel?
    if the iso is below 4gb......but why use iso if you can convert to .wbfs and save space on your hdd..plus iso loading is bit slower if you ask me
    Last edited by Cile; 08-10-2010 at 11:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philll View Post
    I've formatted my drive to FAT32, can i just drag the .iso 's too my hdd, plug it in then run the USB launcher GX channel?
    Yes you can, but as Cile mentioned... if you just transfer the ISO to your FAT32 formatted drive with Wii Backup Manager it will convert to .wbfs for you (It will also create a folder structure that is easy to keep track of the games with).
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    I need help please.
    I have:
    4.2u
    cIOS249 rev20 base 56
    USB Loader GX 938

    I'm using a brand new portable Toshiba 640GB USB HD.

    I loaded USB Loader GX and it said I need to format or select a partition. The new USB HD came formatted as FAT32 so I just selected that.

    I have ripped two of my games, Mario Kart Wii and SSBB, they ripped just fine. However, they won't load. I get a black screen, actually it's black and it's got some green lines, and I get the error "wbfs error: bad magic", and it freezes.

    Why does this happen, how do I fix it?

    Thanks.

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    So are you saying that you didn't format following this guide?

    Type this in google "wbfs error: bad magic, might tell you something.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Sorry, I guess I got confused because of the 'New USB Hard Drive -- Ready to go!'
    I'll try the formatting now...

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