Thinking about emulating NAND on SNEEK. Some questions...

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  1. Aijelsop
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    I'm using this guide: https://sites.google.com/site/completesg/how-to-use/sneek

    1. This seems like it would take a LONG time to install. (All the steps, and making sure everything is correct) Is it worth the time?

    2. How often would I use my REAL NAND? Should I uninstall all my .wads to save space?

    3. Installing SNEEK is probably for people who understand all that stuff about IOS's and CIOS's and stuff like that, which I don't. Would this be uber hard for me?
     
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    http://sneek.googlecode.com/files/SNEEKIns...rv0.6c-cred.rar
    ( http://code.google.com/p/sneek/wiki/FAQ )

    thanx crediar

    http://sneeky-compiler.googlecode.com/file...er_SSE1.3.7.rar

    thanx scooby74029

    http://code.google.com/p/modmii/downloads/list

    thanx xFlac

    you got a good tutorial there but these link above are great easy ways to get what your after ....

    1. been worth it for me, saves the wii nand from brinking due to the dumb things i try on my wii
    (themeing,wad installing,easy smne01 modding)

    2. dump your real nand so you only need to load *neek most days

    3. nah any 1 can use it with little cios and ios knowledge as the games just load without need for alternate ios , i geuss
     
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    to tell you the thruth i only emulate my nand for n64 games and wiiware becuase wii64 doesnt run game sfully plus i want more free space. All the other types of games i just use emulators.
     
  4. Aijelsop
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    Ok, thanks!
     
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    Same here. I only really use uneek for Wiiware (which isn't that good anyway [​IMG] ). I also used it for metroid prime trilogy (no need for alt.dols) and for Wii Dare. But now that daveboal, xflak and xabby released d2x v6 I think those games also work from a normal backup loader. Of course it is good for testing as markehmus said, if you like themeing or creating your own forwarders (I doubt that, but I did for a while), and it's good for retro games when used in conjunction with mighty channels or some other loader.
     
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    Yes, since d2x v6 I only use it for Wiiware and VC ( have 4 virtual nands ans switch2Uneek.)
     
  7. Aijelsop
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    So, basically, it is a whole new Wii, but you can switch back to your other NAND anytime?? Is the Homebrew channel installed on it? (I'm assuming not, because in the guide it said "How to Install the HBC on it"?)
     
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    Yes you can switch to your "virtual NAND"from you real NAND and back.
    You can't switch between NANDS though, you have to go back to you "Real NAND" first.

    With priiloader or bootmii in boot2, you can even start a Uneek NAND like you would be running your real Wii.
    ( Put Wii on, and Uneek boots )

    The homebrew channel CAn be installed on Uneek NAND but the Homebrew filter is a better option.
    (modmii gives the option.)

    If you are using the NANDs for Wiiware and VC games, you won't know what hit you!
    Use JoyFlow to boot all your channels, just like you would with your USB loader.
    Just awesome!

    If you need help, just ask!
    You can have your Nands running in about 20 minutes, lol!
     

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