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    getting back to hacking.

    Hi all i'm a somewhat experienced user and i have a hacked wii on 4.3u, but i haven't touched my wii in over 2 years or so..... What's new? The last time i touched my wii banner bomb was still popular and gamecube usb/sd loading was still impossible. i feel like a big noob. please help! Where do i start? Updates? New Wads? HBC?

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    Check out the DIOS MIOS and Devolution guides in the "Other FAQs, Guides & Tutorials" section on this site, these tutorials will help you set them up, you now CAN USB load your GC games

    Other than that, not too much is new in the last 2yrs. There is a thing called EmuNAND now (was that around then?) which pretty much lets you make a second Wii NAND on a USB drive allowing you to install wads to that essentially making your Wii 100% brick proof.

    Also there is a new exploit called LetterBomb, which works on newest 4.3 systems.

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    Cool thanks man! I'm guessing formating hdd's to wbfs is not required anymore? EmuNAND sounds cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmanpk666
    Cool thanks man! I'm guessing formating hdd's to wbfs is not required anymore? EmuNAND sounds cool!
    Nope, you can still do it but I really recommend FAT32 over WBFS. WBFS can store Wii games and that's all, with FAT32 you can store Wii games as well as GC, NES, SNES, Sega CD (check out Genesis Plus GX it does ALL Sega 8/16bit systems) and just about anything really, even videos for use on WiiMC.

    For GC games to work though it has to be FAT32 with a 32kb cluster size and must be primary and active.

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    i'll probably have some trouble moving my backups from wbfs to another storage device , but i'm glad i can reformat my partitioned drive to FAT32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmanpk666
    i'll probably have some trouble moving my backups from wbfs to another storage device , but i'm glad i can reformat my partitioned drive to FAT32.
    You can always re-rip the discs, but I'm pretty sure WBFS Manager (which I no longer use) has the option to extract the games to ISO, so it's really more of a question of if you have enough space. But as I said, even if you don't you can always re-rip the games with CleanRip or pretty much any USB loader.

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