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Thread: How do you load from hdd with neogamma??

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    Yes Im having the worst time burning games. I keep getting errors 001, 002 etc Ive tried every fix that i could find here and im getting frustrated so im thinking ill just put them on the hard drive, I have wiiflow on the channels, and a hard drive full but I was thinking of filling up another hard drive, should I do that or just use neogamma 07 to load the games.

    What does everyone think???

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    I prefer the HDD approach myself, but I am clumsy and have a 3 yr old also, so dropped scratched discs are a problem for us. I have had less issues also with the hdd loading games compared to burning and dealing with the error codes. Just my preference of course.
    4.2U / Priiloader / CiosX d2x v6/1TB WD fat32/Wiiflow r415
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill321 View Post
    Yes Im having the worst time burning games. I keep getting errors 001, 002 etc Ive tried every fix that i could find here and im getting frustrated so im thinking ill just put them on the hard drive,
    Sounds like your version of Neogamma is outdated. With the newest Neogamma, you shouldn't be getting errors 001 and 002.

    Putting your games on an external drive might help but only because your version of WiiFlow (or whatever USB loader you choose) will be up to date. Regardless, I'd go with the external drive anyway. As mentioned by thatfloorguy, using an external drive means that ALL of your games are at the same place (including your original discs that you can easily copy onto your drive), and there's no chance of losing / damaging DVD-Rs. I recently bought a 1 TB drive for $100 and I can't imagine going back to burning DVD-Rs now. This is sooo much better.

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    Ok sounds good, now If i have wiiflow already in channels can I just install the wiiflow files onto the new harddrive, go to wbfs manager, install the games, then go to the wiiflow channel and play or is there any association with the wiiflow channel and my current working wiiflow harddrive, basically can I just switch back and forth between harddrives???

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    You can use 2-3 external drives with different games on each one of them, as long as they were properly formatted for the Wii and as long as all the games were installed using WBFS Manager, or installed via WiiFlow when the disc is in the Wii.

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    I've actually found that my USB Loader GX will freeze unless I have a connection to the internet. Sometimes, it's necessary to use Neo.
    Wii: 4.1U, IOS38 Rev14, USB Loader GX, 500GB Iomega Prestige HD

    PC: Intel Duo Core 2 6600 @ 2.4GHZ, 4GB RAM, NVidia 9500GT 1GB, Windows 7 Home Premium

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