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    Changing game.wbfs titles

    I have a few games in Wiiflow that have extra words or underscores in their names, and it won't download cover art for them. I tried changing the titles and cover art in Wii Game Manager, but I'm either doing it wrong or it just doesn't work. How do I fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashLove37 View Post
    I have a few games in Wiiflow that have extra words or underscores in their names, and it won't download cover art for them. I tried changing the titles and cover art in Wii Game Manager, but I'm either doing it wrong or it just doesn't work. How do I fix it?
    There's an option in WiiFlow to download a title database; I think you could've found that after looking around in the application a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    There's an option in WiiFlow to download a title database; I think you could've found that after looking around in the application a bit.
    That was the first thing I did, and it didn't fix anything.

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    I don't know how to fix that, then. I use Configurable USB Loader, the best USB loader , and the names appear correctly.
    If it's really an issue that the names don't appear correctly, either wait until someone else can help you or use Configurable USB Loader (what I highly recommend anyway).

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    Same issue with Configurable. I updated the game database, updated titles, and downloaded all covers. More specifically, the games are Animal_Crossing_Wii, Metroid_Prime, and MarioTennisGC_Wii_Version. It's not a huge problem, but the blank covers are really annoying lol

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    The blank covers can be fixed by downloading the images inside the loader. I guess thet titles won't show correctly in CFG is becuase you need a folder called usb-loader on the root of your SD Card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict
    The blank covers can be fixed by downloading the images inside the loader. I guess thet titles won't show correctly in CFG is becuase you need a folder called usb-loader on the root of your SD Card.
    I am downloading them through the loader. Is there a way to manually add covers? I'm loading homebrew from the hdd,if I don't already have the usb-loader folder, would I still need it?

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    try using Wii Game Manager 1.5. you can download covers from inside the program. You can also download an updated titles.txt.

    You could also add manually. Covers are on you hdd or sd. the titles.txt should be located on your sd card as well. Just open the file and renmae the title you dont like.

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    I checked out the titles.txt and it makes no sense to me at all. I did notice that my Animal Crossing is called 0UUE01_Animal_Crossing_Wii, but wiitdb has RUUE01 - Animal Crossing: City Folk. Can I just change the name of the file from 0UUE01.wbfs to RUUE01.wbfs? If so, would I have to change the folder's name as well?

    I tried that and nothing happened. I'm guessing it's not the title, it's the game ID. All three games that have the wrong title also have the wrong ID.
    Last edited by CrashLove37; 12-07-2010 at 05:33 PM.

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