a lot of changes since v0.3.5b1 was released.
"Macs are the Perfect Computers," said the Perfect Idiot.
I use version 0.3.7 build 58. Works like a charm.
using config usbloader can you set it up so when you have finish a game you can go straight back to the game menu not the main wii menu, my forward channel will only work with my sd card in the wii and i have put all the file on my hard drive, but if i take my sd card out the forward channel will not work, but if i go on the homebrew channel and run the usbloader it will work with not sd card in. thanks for reading
Maybe you could add instructions for GParted in Linux. There are instructions for Mac and Windows, but not Linux.
Yes you can boot back to CFG instead of the Wii menu....go to SD:/usb-loader and open the config.txt with notepad. Add the following line at the bottom of the text in notepad (just copy and paste).
If you are using the old forwarder channel from this guide Install this one instead....the forwarder should then work fine from your USB HDD (with the Cfg files on your HDD).return_to_channel = UCXF
Forwarder Channel - USBLoaderCFG - UCXF - IOS58 v6.wad
EDIT: Update almost complete..
Last edited by Krank; 02-12-2011 at 01:25 AM.
Damn I suck!!!!
i will try it when my kids get of the wii do you just install the new USBLoaderCFG - UCXF - IOS58 v6.wad in homebrew or do you have to put the file somewhere
Thanks Krank! Where can I get Wii Backup Fusion?
My System has a single 500GB drive for Linux, and a 1.5TB drive partitioned as 500GB /home and 1TB ntfs (legacy from when I dual-booted Windoze). So, could I put my DK .iso on the ntfs partition, convert in Wii Backup Fusion (or any other converter) and then simply plug in my FAT32 Wii/PS3 HDD and drag and drop the created .wbfs? Or would I need to maintain a certain directory structure?
The latest release of WBF is here....don't use the beta.
wiibafu - Release: Wii Backup Fusion 1.0
Guide will be updated soon and the questions above will be covered.
Damn I suck!!!!