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    Awesome! What a strange issue though


    You never copied the USB Loader files to your HDD?

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    No, but it seems to be up and running, just have to check through my library to make sure everything runs smoothly.

    I have a final question: How do emu nands work, exactly? Broad question, but I've set up the path in the loader, but I'm not quite sure what t expect, or what else needs to be done...

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    Depends on the type. With something like SNEEK, it completely bypasses the system menu making your SD card into the Wii's NAND (basically), UNEEK works the same but is for USB instead of SD. For USB Loader GX it simply allows you to use game saves and channels from SD or USB. GXs EmuNAND is pretty limited in comparison to SNEEK/UNEEK.

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    Do you happen to know of a good sneek install guide?

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    Gx emu nand will let you do the same things as sneek or uneek. It gives you unlimited nand space, well as much space as you have on your HDD anyhow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skellinator
    Gx emu nand will let you do the same things as sneek or uneek. It gives you unlimited nand space, well as much space as you have on your HDD anyhow.

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    There are some things SNEEK can do that GXs EmuNAND can't but the most important features are there in GX as well.

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    Do you happen to know of a good sneek install guide?
    Sadly I was unable to find a SNEEK/UNEEK guide here at the time I set up my SNEEK. I did get some help from one of the users here via PMs but I did not save those PMs (I think I didn't anyway), all I can say is look around the guides section here and see if someone has made a SNEEK/UNEEK guide by now, if not you'll have to use google.

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    What things can sneek do over gx emunand? I'm not looking to do anything complex, just save space on my wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabman
    What things can sneek do over gx emunand? I'm not looking to do anything complex, just save space on my wii.
    If you aren't looking to do anything complex there's nothing to worry about. Mainly SNEEK will just make the Wii think the SD card is on your NAND. The biggest advantage (in some people's opinions) is being able to USB load games from the disc channel. SNEEK can trick the system into thinking the selected ISO is a disc and is inserted.

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    Cool. Any tips or guides I can use for emunand? It may sound like a silly question, but I'm clueless...

    I guess I mean that I've transfered my save data to my usb and I'm wondering if there's still a way to use that data.

    I suppose the best way to put it is: what would be the most optimal settings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabman
    Cool. Any tips or guides I can use for emunand? It may sound like a silly question, but I'm clueless...

    I guess I mean that I've transfered my save data to my usb and I'm wondering if there's still a way to use that data.

    I suppose the best way to put it is: what would be the most optimal settings?
    Turn in the EmuNAND settings in USB GX, it will read your saves there provided you've dumped the NAND and have set the correct custom paths.

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