Emunand vs Guitar Hero: WoR

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Arcomador, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. Arcomador
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    I've scoured google for my answer and decided to ask here...
    How do I edit the available freespace reported by my emunand. By free space I mean the Remaining blocks of memory.

    I was wondering because I want to set up a emunand for my Guitar Hero DLC so that I don't have to store all my dlc on my SD card.

    Any assistance or help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. EmanueleBGN

    EmanueleBGN GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    DLC are stored only in SD, in NAND memory the system softwares
     
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    The game has the option to download the DLC to "Wii" memory instead of SD meaning NAND, worst case scenario I can just buy a bigger SD card, just trying to make use of the hard drive I have. :D
     
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  4. GreyWolf

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    What loader are you using? You can set up a completely separate NAND folder for just that game if you want. I don't know that there are any patches to change the reported free space. It's probably hard-coded in the system menu software.
     
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    I'm using USBloaderGX's default emunand options, The issue isnt the dlc loading from nand, its the freespace reported by the nand. It kept my "free block count" from when I backed up my system nand.
     
  6. GreyWolf

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    That's because it contains everything your real NAND did when you backed it up. You can always use ShowMiiWads to remove anything you don't want from the NAND folder.