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Discussion in 'Wii U - Homebrew' started by xXDungeon_CrawlerXx, Nov 8, 2016.
Can I install SystemConfigTool in sysNAND without bricking?? If so, what can I do without bricking?
you can't, sysConfigTool + sysNAND = brick
Patched SysConfigTool + CBHC + sysNAND = You're able to install it without fear of bricking.
oh really ? sorry then, i "left" Wii U scene since my brick, so i have probably missed a few things
This, I can personally confirm; plus some people claim to have installed it with non-autobooting cfw just fine
However, if you install it to USB your console won't boot with that disk missing
So, as I have CBHC and sigpatches set up, I can install it to USB and then move it to NAND?
Why not just install it directly to nand?
Installing direct to NAND isn't the best thing to do
Works For Me (tm)
It's just, as you can see, I 'only' have one Wii U so I really don't want to brick it
Bricking when installing a title is not a matter of luck; if you know such title has been proven safe to install, so it will be to you (ignoring corner cases like replacing your CBHC game )
You will not brick as long as it's the patched version.
If you will install it to USB then you need to insert that USB drive everytime Wii U boots. [I think if it doesn't find it, it will not boot at all]
I'm assuming there's no way for someone to give me a link to the patched version?
Nope sysconfigtool is copywrited nintendo material and posting a link here or by pm is a severe breach of gbatemp.net rules.
Thought so... Looks like I'm gonna have to look on that iso site. By the way, why is it called 'that iso site' when most of the things on it aren't isos?
i edited it specifically so that it doesn't brick sysnand. a long time ago. like, a week or so after we first got it running on rednand. dont spread lies
just use Mocha CFW and you're fine to do whatever you want, i also installed a lot of DLC'S for my games with Mocha CFW, but it will not work with sysnand unless you have a Mocha CFW or a normal CFW with DLC compatibility
This question was from before it was well known that you can safely install shit to sysnand. I think the OP learned this by now.