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    Wads installed on hdd??

    I searched for a while to no avail.....is there a way to run channels (wads) from a fat32 or ntsc partitioned hdd?

    I'm wanting to free up memory on the wii.

    Thanks!!

    J.

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    triiforce....sneek....uloader....vc/wiiware iso forwarding

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    Looks like im gonna go with Triforce. I've read the install and it doesn't sound all that bad, and it's a pretty well written in depth guide!!

    Have you attempted any of these? If so which one would you reccommend?

    Thanks!!

    J.

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    tried them all....

    Triiforce...dont like it..not all games are compatible...
    Sneek great...limit of 47 games though(my choice for a long time)
    ISO Forwarders too much work based on triiforce

    My choice now uLoader its just simple...

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    I read over the link for "uloader" in your sig and it seemas alot more complex than "Triforce".

    I am using "usb loader gx" 4.1u for all of my wbfs games, so all I want to do is have something with a similar look, or at least a user friendly interface for playing only wiiware/vc games.

    I did see a forwarder download in there so I am assuming that it can be installed as a channel.

    I guess I will try to read them over again and decide on sneek/uneek or uloader. Hopefully with a second read through Uloader will not seem so complex.


    J.

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    U Loader is one of the simplest loaders to use


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    The ISO forwarding worked great for me. Not sure why people had so many issues with it. I have all my wiiware and VC made into forwarders now.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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