NAND Emulation with SNEEK, Should I Do It?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by CubeDoodl, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. CubeDoodl
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    Hey everyone, I have been doing some research on SNEEK and I was immediately interested. However, I was not sure that I wanted to do it, since I didn't know if there were any bugs, reasons to not use it, or (in the worst-case scenario) if it could brick my Wii (not by installing things onto my NAND backup, but if it made any alterations to my real NAND). So, is SNEEK safe to use?
     
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    Awesome! Thanks for the info, setting it up now!
     
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  3. almmiron

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    Hum...I have some doubts about this too. Ive looked but found nothing related. Well, I've never used sneek. I've always used usb loaders nand emus for wiiware/vc purposes only. But i've noticed that so much games doesnt work if i boot them from these usb loaders. To live with that, I just install wads that doesnt work over the original nand (like rondo of blood, and other wiiware/vc games), so in one way or another, all games works.

    -If I use sneek, the compatibility should be greter? I mean, the games will be loaded from usb/sd after all, in both cases (usb loaders nandemu or sneek nandemu).
    -Shall I notice difference in performance if use with hdds from several manufacturers, or usb/sd, or just the loading times will be afected?
    -I propably doing something wrong, cause i've looked around here in forums, that nand emus from usb loader has 99% compatibility for wiiware/vc...Anyone that mastered the use of nand emu in various ways can show us some light?