How to make games work on CFG USB Loader

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by kprovost7314, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. kprovost7314
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    kprovost7314 GBAtemp's Official Bara Master

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    Does anyone know how to make Wii backups work? I want to play Boom Blox Bash Party (currently downloading Skyward Sword) and I have a 3.79 GB FAT32 Partition. I don't know where to put the games in order for the USB loader to see them. Also, do I need a WBFS Partition to make games work?
     
  2. Jeremy Pettes

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    How's it going kprovost7314. First and foremost i would like to say that i would reccomend you download and install WiiFlow and follow this guide and you will be set! WiiFlow is like USBloader GX but i prefer WiiFlow, and that is what my short guide for you is designed for.

    What you first need to do is make a folder and name it "wbfs" inside of this folder you are going to add your games in the respective way.
    (your HDD should look something like this) "root>wbfs>The Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword [SOUE01]>SOUE01.wbfs" the SOUE01.wbfs would be your Skyward sword wbfs file and Skyward Sword [SOUE01]>SOUE01.wbfs would be the file this folder would be inside.

    It is recommended that you format your hdd to FAT32 before creating this folder because WBFS doesn't support Gamecube titles as well has terrible comparability. If you decide to use your WII or vWII for only wii games than i would reccomend using WBFS manager as it would make installing titles cake.

    Now if you are like me and would like to play Gamecube games as well create another folder on the root of your HDD and name this bad boy "games" no capitals. Make a folder inside "games" and name it whatever game that you are placing inside. (remember the GC games must be in ISO format). Put the iso in the respective folder and rename the iso "game" and viola you are done.

    In order to get your Gamecube games to work properly you are going to need to install Nintendont and follow the tutorial to installing it. You need to set up in the settings of WiiFlow to have your WiiFlow Launch Games from Nintendont in the settings to get gamecube isos to work properly.

    Anywho, if you just want Wii Games and thats all just download WBFS manager and use that. If you have any further questions feel free to ask. Im a busy guy but ill try to help as much as i can. Also remember that FAT32 HDD can only hold 4g files!!!
     
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    Hey dude, I would recommend that you read the fucking stickies.
     
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  4. kprovost7314
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    Figured it out.