Can You ISO forward to the Real nand that's been moved to SD?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by TinyBilbo, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. TinyBilbo
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    EDIT// oops - Topic should read "Can You ISO forward to A CHANNEL IN the Real nand that's been moved to SD?" EDIT//

    Hi,

    I've been using configurable loader and some triiforce ISO forwarders to play wiiware games.

    It's works ok.
    But... It's not perfect. Not all games work. None work online.
    Sometimes they work then corrupt, and need reinstalling.
    Other games work then the save game corrupts.

    However, I've never had any problems when I install the wad to the REAL nand (and then move it my 8gb sd).
    Sure it takes a little longer to load.

    My Wii autoboots to my USB loader. So when I turn on my Wii,
    I don't want to have to go to the wii menu, then the sd menu, then load the game.

    So is it possble to create an ISO that forwards to a channel (WiiWare) that has been moved to SD?

    If so - how?

    Thanks
     
  2. giantpune

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    nope. there is teh magic "sd" key that those are encoded with that nobody but nintendo knows. so no way to read them and shit in homebrew.
     
  3. TinyBilbo
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    Thanks mate for info (and fast reply [​IMG] )

    Any way to jump directly to the SD load menu with an ISO forwarder?
    (It would cut out one of the steps)
     
  4. tj_cool

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    No, there is no ISO that can load the SD card menu
     
  5. tueidj

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    What are you on about, the SD key can be dumped with xyzzy/bootmii or read by homebrew using a cios. Same goes for the PRNG key which is also used to encrypt content.bin.