How to play your GameCube games from SD or USB using DIOS-MIOS (Lite)

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  1. JoostinOnline

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    This is for real NAND, you can't run it on UNEEK.
     
  2. lakaiskateboarding

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    Whut? Seriously, I thought it was possible. :(
     
  3. JoostinOnline

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    It's for SNEEK, not UNEEK. Why are you using UNEEK anyway?
     
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    My bad, I am using SNEEK.

    Edit: aww, crap I am not using SNEEK. Sorry, I was a little confused. Time to go for SNEEK then.
     
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    It's not entirely impossible. I start GC games from postloader in neek2o (basically uneek+DI) without a problem. The main thing to look out for is that you need to install the DML wad to the real nand instead of to the emulated nand.

    For the sneek thing...you need to compile it with one line commented, as pointed out in this post. Unfortunately, I haven't found the time to actually learn to understand that well enough to make me a compiled version that will use the Neek nand (and even then, there's no guarantee it'll work on my neek2o nand like it'll work on a sneek nand).
     
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  6. lakaiskateboarding

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    OK, I have SNEEK+DI now, but it doesn't show any GameCube games when I press 1.
     
  7. JoostinOnline

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    Why don't you just use your real NAND? It will make things easier.
     
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    Converting games doesnt work wih your version, i just keep getting this

    EDIT

    Removing the space fixed it

    E:\Wii\Wii Apps

    to

    E:\Wii\Wii-Apps
     
  9. JoostinOnline

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    Are you dragging an ISO or a folder?
     
  10. pepxl

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    its ok, fixed it by removing a space in one of the folder names
     
  11. JoostinOnline

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    I used quotes so it shouldn't have been a problem. I'm going to take down the file for now. I should have sent it to FIX94 via PM anyway since it's up to him on whether it's work using.
     
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    Yeah good idea, I got the file and will make it clean and working for fstfix and discex ;)
     
  13. JoostinOnline

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    Found the problem, I've sent you a version with it fixed.
     
  14. lakaiskateboarding

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    I got it to work on my real NAND and with UNEEK+DI and SNEEK+DI using PostLoader. I need to use UNEEK+DI, because the PostLoader forwarder channel won't load Postloader with SNEEK+DI. I guess that's because there is no access to the SD-card for homebrew when using SNEEK. What puzzles me is that ModMii still gives an option for a PostLoader forwarder channel if you choose for SNEEK+DI.

    I am using the neek2o versions by the way (from ModMii).

    Edit: I also need to use some more homebrew. Perhaps I could switch completely to SNEEK, if I install the hbc to my virtual nand, so I can load stuff from my USB stick. But the fact that you need to have a USB stick in your Wii if you use SNEEK+DI plus the fact that I can't seem to load homebrew from SD made me choose for UNEEK+DI. Also, DML is faster with 64KB cluster size and I read that SNEEK doesn't work with this, so I guess using UNEEK+DI is the best option.
     
  15. JoostinOnline

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    I'm saying why use NEEK for anything?

    The forwarder channel is if you have postLoader on your HDD.
     
  16. lakaiskateboarding

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    I am using SNEEK, because I need to have a US firmware (60Hz VC games) and I don't want to mess with region changers plus I have a couple of Wiis, so it would be handy if I can move my nand from one to another.

    I will have another look at the forwarder channel, but if SNEEK doesn't work with 64KB cluster size I might as well stay with UNEEK for better DML speed.
     
  17. JoostinOnline

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    Ah, it makes sense if you have two Wii's. Btw, you realize that you can run channels from a NAND dump in postLoader without being in NEEK, right?
     
  18. lakaiskateboarding

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    Yeah, I know, but I really want the Wii menu (looks better than PostLoader). Well, at least I know my options now and everything has been solved sort of. Just can't get the PostLoader forwarder channel to work in SNEEK, but that could also be a problem in ModMii since it is giving errors for PostLoader. I will try to get the forwarder channel to work in a few days, so hopefully ModMii is fixed by then.

    Thanks for your help.
     
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    OK the file is fine thanks, added 0.9 to first post :)
     
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  20. JoostinOnline

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    I didn't bother with fstfix because it seemed like it might just add confusion, and your guide covers it pretty well.
     
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