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    Quote Originally Posted by bmarlo View Post
    That would be latest.
    So I chose r304-249.zip. Then, I noticed the "deprecated" at the end. All the files there have it. Is it OK to download?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewhead View Post
    I was able to install USB Loader GX and NeoGamma into the SD card and play games from the external HD. However, I still have no clue how to do it with Wiiflow. I have read too many instructions and still clueless. Can you help with step by step instruction if you have time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by na_tra View Post
    I was able to install USB Loader GX and NeoGamma into the SD card and play games from the external HD. However, I still have no clue how to do it with Wiiflow. I have read too many instructions and still clueless. Can you help with step by step instruction if you have time?

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    i'll try:

    download wiflow: http://www.wiihacks.com/content/304-...-settings.html

    extract or unzip onto your desktop:

    copy to your SD card:

    you should see the following directories:

    /apps
    /docs
    /wiflow

    everything in /apps goes in the /apps folder on your SD card:

    /docs and /wiflow go on the root of your SD card:

    put the sd card back into your wii:

    turn on:

    go to Home Brew Channel:

    click on WIIFLOW:

    from there it pretty much works like USB Loader. You'll have to download the cover art and such.

    the nice thing about wiiflow 3.0 r417 is that it automatically tries to detect the settings that the game you want to play needs to load under and does it for you. so you don't need to fiddle with changing IOS settings to play problematic games like MW3 etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewhead View Post
    i'll try:

    download wiflow: http://www.wiihacks.com/content/304-...-settings.html

    extract or unzip onto your desktop:

    copy to your SD card:

    you should see the following directories:

    /apps
    /docs
    /wiflow

    everything in /apps goes in the /apps folder on your SD card:

    /docs and /wiflow go on the root of your SD card:

    put the sd card back into your wii:

    turn on:

    go to Home Brew Channel:

    click on WIIFLOW:

    from there it pretty much works like USB Loader. You'll have to download the cover art and such.

    the nice thing about wiiflow 3.0 r417 is that it automatically tries to detect the settings that the game you want to play needs to load under and does it for you. so you don't need to fiddle with changing IOS settings to play problematic games like MW3 etc.
    Thanks a lot. You give me hope. Can I put the extract wiiflow files into the SD that already has USB Loader GX and NeoGamma?

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    Quote Originally Posted by na_tra View Post
    Thanks a lot. You give me hope. Can I put the extract wiiflow files into the SD that already has USB Loader GX and NeoGamma?
    yes you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewhead View Post
    yes you can
    I was able to install wiiflow into the wii. Open it up through its own channel. However, no games are read. It only sees weather channel, shopping channel, Mii Channel, and so on. When I clicked at setup, and tried to change the partition. The only partition is SD. I could not change it to usb or thing else. Went back to the main page, clicked at the fishbow, and tried to change the partition again, nothing can be done because it wont change, SD only.

    Am I missing something? any help appreciate.

    TIA
    Last edited by na_tra; 11-22-2011 at 11:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by na_tra View Post
    I was able to install wiiflow into the wii. Open it up through its own channel. However, no games are read. It only sees weather channel, shopping channel, Mii Channel, and so on. When I clicked at setup, and tried to change the partition. The only partition is SD. I could not change it to usb or thing else. Went back to the main page, clicked at the fishbow, and tried to change the partition again, nothing can be done because it wont change, SD only.

    Am I missing something? any help appreciate.

    TIA
    i am having this same problem. my HDD is Fat32 and the only difference i can see between my problem and theirs is that when i go into settings and look at partition it says nand. i used wii game manager to put my games on and they went on with no errors so idk whats wrong.

    EDIT: i found out u have to put the games in a folder called wbfs in order for them to be detected so that could very well e your problem as well na_tra. now i just need to figure out how to install the forwarder channel because the wad doesnt want to be recognized >.<
    Last edited by souljasam; 11-26-2011 at 01:49 PM.

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