and additionnaly, you are installing WRONG cIOS, because LASTEST is NOT BEST !
please, install only either :
d2x cIOS v8 base 57 in slot 249
d2x cIOS v10 (r52) base 57 in slot 249
DO NOT INSTALL V10-ALT (r53) which is NOT compatible with emuNAND.
I also deleted your link to wad pack, which is illegal to share, and like he said, could be dangerous (unknown sources).
Also, you should not put a directlink to installer, but instead to the tutorial
page, so people can follow the guide to update their cIOS properly (now that the guide is finally updated and almost good, still not the best)
If you said you followed my instruction, you'd have provided the IOS version/base, and not just the "slot number" (I don't care you use 249, what's important is what you installed inside slot249).
Second problem :
Nand Emu Path: sd:/nands/01/emuNAND Channel/
Nand Emu Channel Path: sd:/nands/01/emuNAND Channel/
Where in any of my guide did I tell to create a new folder named "emuNAND Channel" inside "01" ????
Why do you create a 3rd folder hierarchy ? Only root/folder/subfolder/
in "nands" you place all your OTHER nand dumps. not inside 01, which is your "first NAND".
see, inside "nands" you have .... your nands ! (I thought it would be super logical enough, apparently not)
Then another thing : why do you use SPACE ?
having Spaces in path is the main problem for 99% of programs and application worldwide ! (not just the Wii, but also Windows !). NEVER EVER PUT A SPACE IN A PATH USED BY A PROGRAM.
Also, the length of the emuNAND path is important and shouldn't be too long. that's why I used "01" for first NAND, instead of "nands/My_first_ever_super_great_NAND_emulation_path/"
please, follow my guide or correct your path to :
Nand Emu Path: sd:/nands/01/
Nand Emu Channel Path: sd:/nands/01/
if "01" bother you, rename it to something saying it's your own dump, or your console region.
unless you understand that option and WANT to use it, DISABLE the option "emuNAND Save" ! this has nothing to do with WAD !
this option is used for DISC, not channels !
this option redirect savegames stored on the console to your "emuNAND save" path defined in custom path menu. which can be different than your "emuNAND Channel" path, if you want.
redirecting disc savegames doesn't need a NAND dump to work, you can enable "partial" on a clean new SD card, without making NAND dump, and it'll work fine by redirecting ONLY the savegames to SD card. everything else (mii, wiimote, network, etc.) will still be loaded from System NAND.
if you enable that option (partial or full) without knowing what it does, you'll wonder why all your existing savegames are gone.
People tell me all the time that video guides aren't reliable but Tech James' helped out quite a bit.
it helped you so much that you got random and wrong illegal files, and did exactly what we fight against : people thinking they found a solution and write/video BAD guide for other users to follow while they don't understand what they did and that it can be dangerous and wrong.
please, NEVER FOLLOW YOUTUBE TO HACK ANYTHING, and don't try to make a guide from them, you just spread the mistakes a little more.
the pack of wad you shared is bad, outdated, and contains useless slots (11, 16, 20, 36, 200+) and doesn't even have 58 which would be the one users need to have for homebrew.
really, that pack is bad.
all you need is ONE SINGLE IOS : d2x cIOS v8 final base57 in slot 249. Done !
oh, and, it's not included in the pack you shared. so much for reliable youtube video.
Also, the video is for Wii only, sharing WADS is VERY dangerous because people put them on their SD card and use the files to install WAD in batch to their WiiU !
You have to think about consequences. always specify for which plateform are the files or guide you share (when legal). that's also what I fight against with youtube video : they never tell, nor care, nor in fact know that what they explain can be dangerous to do for specific users and think everybody has the same setup and what they managed to achieve without understanding what they did deserves a guide.