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    stuck on D1 of the guide for 4.2 versions

    Hi guys,after hours of trying i have finally done steps a,b,c now when i goto start d i have no NeoGamma r7 or USB loader GX on my homebrew channel but they are in my wad file on the sd card nothing else just wad and apps as stated any help please im new

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondgeeza View Post
    Hi guys,after hours of trying i have finally done steps a,b,c now when i goto start d i have no NeoGamma r7 or USB loader GX on my homebrew channel but they are in my wad file on the sd card nothing else just wad and apps as stated any help please im new
    You need to install .WAD files so that NeoGamma or USB loader are channels on the Wii use Wad manager app for HBC and make sure in the SD card you have a WAD folder to put your wad files into. start the app and then select the WAD you want to install.
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    ok so i got to install the wad manager i have? then clear sd again and put apps and wad folder back on?

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    you have to keep the apps folder and wad folder if your using HBC.
    If your only going to use wad manager thats installed on the Wii then you have to keep the wad folder on the SD card, put the .wad files in there start wad manager on the wii and you can install usb loader GX and other .wad files that our out there.
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    right i thought i did that when i used the 4.2e guide on the forum...must have gone when i cleared my sd card and put the 2nd lot of files on,think i still have wad manager so i will put that on with the apps and wad folder

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    nope defo wad manager ,neo and usb x are not on my homebrew but the snes,mario ,loadmii are but they dont work either! tottally stuck,shall i just do the whole hack again? it is possible??

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    yeah try again it won't hurt I don't imagine.
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    thanks guys,yh i re done the whole steps i cant get the snes/mario/loadmii on hbc but i got neogamma and usb,only thing is i got a burn of luxor3 but its black n white?. is there a way of changing it to colour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondgeeza View Post
    thanks guys,yh i re done the whole steps i cant get the snes/mario/loadmii on hbc but i got neogamma and usb,only thing is i got a burn of luxor3 but its black n white?. is there a way of changing it to colour?
    in the settings you should be able to apply a VIDPATCH or force NTSC,Force PAL50,Force PAL60.

    Try playing about with those settings one of them will work. You may get a few problems but should be ok once you found the right setting.
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