triiforce nand backup?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by tomrip, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. tomrip
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    i have triiforce, and triiforce_mrc. i have everything running of a usb drive. when i open triiforce_mrc i am using the one that goes straight to usb. it shows me all my games. when i click on wii it automaticly goes back to homebrew channel. the regular triiforce i have to choose usb nanad then choose the game, and it says error reading, and locks up. i made a back up of my nand with bootmii, i put a copy of it in root of usb hard drive. will this back up not work? i tried SFSD Nand Dumper , but that only works with sd card. is there one that will rip to usb drive?
     
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    lmao

    use simple fs dumper, then copy the newly created folders (titles, tickets, shared1, shared2, meta, sys, etc.) to your usb hard drive
     
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    i have tried that, but it says error making dir -1 everytime i try
     
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    XFlak Wiitired but still kicking

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    create these folders in the root of your sd card and try simple fs dumper again

    IMPORT, META, SHARED1, SHARED2, SYS, TICKET, TITLE and tmp


    if it still doesn't work, report back and i'll tell u another method that should work for sure (but try this first, its easier)

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    i decided to post the alt solutions now, as I wont be online later 2nite (or too drunk to give a coherent response, lol)

    Alternate solution 1)
    try getting a dump of your nand using fs toolbox

    Alternate solution 2)
    use nand extractor to extract the contents of your nand.bin dump (from bootmii), copy the IMPORT, META, SHARED1, SHARED2, SYS, TICKET, TITLE and tmp folders to the root of your sd card or usb hard drive