Hyrule Legends and Rayman Legends won't install from WII U USB

bnmcmhn

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My Wii U is modded with TIramusu and I install games with WUP Installer GX2. All Wii U and Wii games install fine except Hyrule Warriors and Rayman Legends. They both install but freeze at the initial splash screen. Weirdly if I launch the console without Tiramusu and launch both games they launch fine? Anyone have any suggestions? I would prefer to continue to cold boot Tiramusu and logically they shouldn't boot in normal environment surely?

Is it just me? Has anyone successfully installed these to USB? Any suggestions? Are there other ways to install? Is there guides to installling from ROM/ISOs without USB helper?
 

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I think hyrule warriors was a problematic game. have you updated to the latest version of tiramisu? I have both games, but they're bought, and I'm in the middle of playing a game right now anyway.
 
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I just tested rayman legends. game works without a problem. now, I'm testing hyrule warriors. there's an update, which it's downloading, so I'll test with the update:

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as you can see, both work, but I did buy both if that even matters.
 
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