1. FallenAngelSamurai

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    I know this is a super late reply, but I'm having the same issue where it gets stuck checking the ISOs (subs 223), however ISO 249 doesn't appear in my ISO list, so I can't select it and continue.
    Does anyone know a fix? I don't know what I did wrong.

    I was looking at 49... Sorry... I feel like an idiot... Please ignore this.
     
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  2. stephaniie

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    Im happy you manage to solve your issues.

    If you have any re-marks or criticism of this guide, please tell them.

    If to many people have issues,
    I might considering re-writing or deleting this guide as there are far more updated ones today.

    Reason I haven't deleted the thread is..
    1. Proud, over hundreds of thousands have visited here. And it is witout doubt the biggest tread in my life ever.
    2. Uniqueness,
    some parts like ( i could be mistaken ) are not available in other threads. Which is one of the main reason I still have it here.

    Anyho, happy gaming ya all! :=)
     
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  3. Maximilious

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    You can always edit your OP to keep the thread's integrity. Most of your videos in the later sections are no longer available, and there are definitely better solutions/alternatives for DIOSMIOS for GC compatibility. There's also a lot of work included in your post that isn't really needed anymore because things have progressed quite a bit. I followed this guide after finally getting a Wii a couple years ago and it caused me quite a few headaches because, as you mention it is a bit out-dated.

    I don't intend this post to offend in any way, just trying to help. Your thread was a big help to me when I was starting out, but it could use some improvement since it is in the Tutorial section and has a very friendly name for first-timers. :)
     
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  4. maande80

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    Hi all. It's 2020 now.
    Anyone has the latest update about post #6 on the first page?

    I'm trying to play EmuNand from USB Loader GX. The trick still works, but I still have issues.
    1. After playing a Wiiware (Contra Rebirth) and press Home, I got a black screen. Anyone knows why this happened?
    2. Also, I wonder what will the next steps be when I want to add more Wiiwares. Do I still have to install wad from Wad Manager first? If yes, will it be okay if I delete the channel afterward?
    3. Lastly, anyone knows the trick to hide other EmuNands that are not games? There are files like "haba" and tons of others when I tick EmuNand.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  5. godreborn

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    1. you may need neek
    2. just install directly to emunand from within usb loader gx
    3. there may be an option to hide a game, not sure.
     
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  6. maande80

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    Neek? Any recommended tutorial for this?
     
  7. godreborn

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    I don't know of one really. there's a tutorial by @JoostinOnline on his site I believe for creating sneek. uneek and sneek are usb neek or sd neek respectively.
     
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