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    Question about USBLoaderGXr850?????

    I recently (last week) soft modded my Wii by Messies guide. Which, had me install USBLoaderGXr850 I just got off work this rotation and have been looking into formatting the HDD I have. It is compatible. In the WBFS HDD formatting guide by Gene3sf, it says to have USBLoader(r938). I downloaded the file and looked into it. I opened it and noticed the text, images, codes, etc in this file. Do I need to replace my USBLoader (850) with the (938)? The reason I ask, is because I can't find these files for the box art, images, etc. But, it could be that it is hidden(?)

    I obviously want box art, etc on the files. But, I couldn't find the answer to this so I am at my last resort.

    I am at the point all I need to do is format my HDD, but this has stumped me.

    thanks

    JJ

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    The usb loader can use the Wii's wifi connection to download the cover art. USB loader GX, Configurable USB Loader, uLoader, and WiiFlow can all download cover art.

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    Ok thanks. So all I have to do is format and go? Sweet!!!! Didn't think I would make it.

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    I started out with a USB stick, just to learn my way around the usb loader, then moved up to a usb hdd.

    Here is a link to a USB Loader GX guide, I don't know if it's kept up to date, but may have some info for you.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...-settings.html

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    Thanks again Stomp

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    Just to open up your options, check out Configurable USB Loader. I used GX in the begining, but after trying CFG, I never went back to GX.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/software-bac...der-guide.html

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    I will check that out. I am actually glad you mentioned starting out with a Flash drive. I had a 4gb Kingston here and decided to try it out. I am now loading my 2nd game onto it as I type. I just have to mess around with it now to get the box art to come up, as it didn't when I installed Mario Kart. But, if they play, that is a plus in my book. I will worry about what it looks like later.

    thanks again

    JJ

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    You can see this thread HERE, it tells how to get problem games working, good to look at just so you know what the problem games are ahead of time, and how to get them working.

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    Thanks a lot Stomp. Sorry it has taken so long to thank you for the other links. Just back in town. I am gonna check out the Configurable USB loader and see what it is about.

    thanks
    JJ

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