New Super Mario Bros. Wii WAD?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by nintendoom, May 10, 2010.

May 10, 2010
  1. nintendoom
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    Awhile ago i downloaded a new super mario bros wii wad
    and i installed it using the wad manager and i got a NEW SUPER MARIO BROS wii channel
    but..... it does not work...
    what king of a wad file am i holding??
    is it somekind of INJECTED WAD FILES????????
    if your wondering where ive downloaded it
    check this out
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  2. Luigi728

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    It's probably a forwarder to New Super Mario Bros. Wii on an USB Drive
     
  3. overlord00

    Member overlord00 A motherfucking birdplane

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    lol, at 1mb, i think not... prob just a forwarder... not even the SMB wad is that small... something like 20mb minimum...
     
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    Whats a forwarder??
     
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    Think of it as a shortcut on your windows desktop. It's not the program itself...but when you click it, it just starts the program it points to.
    So your wad probably works fine. It tries to start NSMB, doesn't find it in the specific spot, and then does...whatever it is it does when it can't find anything (I don't use much forwarder wads).
    Just install the game where it is supposed to be (erm...does that wad come with a readme? If so...give that one a look), and you'll be fine. [​IMG]



    Oh, and...just out of curiosity...you didn't seriously think NSMB could fit on a floppy disk, did you?
     
  6. VashTS

    Member VashTS Beat it, son

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    do you really think this person has heard of a "floppy disk" before? i highly doubt it.
     

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