How to install any WAD directly to the SD?

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  1. Magnus87
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    When we download a game or app from Wii-shop channel, we can choose between the NAND and SD.

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    Is there any way to do the same with a WAD Installer?
     
  2. AwesomeMarioFan

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    Hielkenator GBAtemp Psycho!

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    No it's not possible.
    Only thing I can think of is Neek2o wich is very cool.
    You could also use usbloader gx with a nand dump on wich you install wads with Showmiiwads.
     
  4. Sicklyboy

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    Keep in mind, even when you run/save a game off of/to the SD card, it doesn't run from there. It copies it to the system NAND and runs from there, then is deleted afterwards. You'd need to do something like an emuNAND with Triiforce to do that.
     
  5. Magnus87
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    If you haven´t space in the NAND, you can not play any wad loaded in the SD :S


    I tried many times to use EmuNAND but always the game doesnt start (Black Screen or return to HB Channel)
     
  6. CheatFreak47

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    What he's asking is there a wad installer that just installs the ticket to the wii, and compresses the actual data to content.bin and puts it on the SD card for the SD Card Menu on the Wii. The answer is no. While it's possible easily these days with a bit of patience and research, there isn't really a demand for such a feature, so no-one has bothered to do it. Just install to NAND, then copy manually to the SD Card via Wii Data Management.