Is there a USB Loader that lets you play VC/Wiiware games?

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  1. panmusic
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    Is it possible to store my collection of VC/Wiiware games in my USB HDD and launch them from there?If yes,is there any tutorial link?
     
  2. Lanlan

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    Something called Triiforce does that I think
     
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    But it requires nand emu,I think.But is it possible to play VC/Wiiware from USB without nand emu?
     
  4. Lanlan

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    I want a pet emu. I'd ride it.
     
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    You could try Wad2ISO, but as far as I know, compatibility was iffy, it only worked with Wiiflow, needed triiforce installed (even though it didn't need ot be launched directly), and still needed a nand emu.

    Long story short, unless you go the route of S/UNEEK(+DI) (which is STILL nand emulation) no.
     
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    You should checkout the latest wiiflow version, go to wiiflow.org and read a bit [​IMG]
     
  7. tueidj

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    Fuck that shit. Emus are what you would get if you removed a velociraptor's front arms and covered it in feathers.
     
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    Use Hermes u Loader. I've tried it most of the .wads I tried worked. Much easier than mighty channel procedure. I could not get mighty channel running, so I am biased.
     
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    WiiFlow is your answer. If they are installed as channels, then you just have to hit the button at the bottom that switches to Channel view. They all should be there and you launch them like all the rest.
     
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    Thanks for your answers!
    I know that Wiiflow can launch already installed wads.But as Wii's internal memory is very limited,I want to know if there is a way to load wads via SD or USB directly...Is it possible?
     
  11. Lacius

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    If you want to load them from the SD card, just use the SD menu that comes with 4.0-4.3.
     
  12. OverjoY

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    Latest Wiiflow is also able to launch VC/WiiWare on emunand
     
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    How can I prepare my SD or HDD?Is there a guide or a tutorial for that?
    (Please...)
     
  14. VashTS

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    i can't wait until the wii is old news and people make warez loaders instead of "legal" minded loaders.

    it will happen one day, but no one knows when.
     
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    There is a good one for triforce somewhere here and i stuck with the ios199 version. then use wad2nand and copy the created title and ticket folders to your SD card. next wad2iso and make the forwarders and instal to your usb 99% have worked for me good luck bud....m
     
  16. Etheboss

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    Thats the same as emunand, but instead of using a homebrew like Triiforce, you use an iso forwarder..