triiforce won't detect my apps?

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Nov 24, 2009
  1. Kevin578
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    I'm tried to configure triiforce for my wii and followed some guides, but somehow, triiforce isn't finding any apps, Here's what I did:
    I downloaded and ran sfsd nand dumper, which created a nand backup on my sd card.

    on my computer I downloaded wad2nand, along with the batch file, placed all the wads inside "wad2nad" and then ran the batch file. I then moved the "title" an "ticket" folders generated and merged them with the ones made by sfsd.

    afterwards, I booted triiforce from the homebrew channel, but it said it could not find any apps, and then quit. if its any help, my cios version is rev15.
     
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    Were your NAND dump folders in the root of your SD card? Older versions of SFSD put the NAND in a FS-Dump folder, rather than the root.
    Also, there was a version of Triiforce floating around that attempted to auto-mount USB-NAND, make sure you aren't using that one.
     
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    yeah, the nand dump folders are in the root of the sd card. perhaps my version of triiforce is auto-mounting usb-nand, I'll try looking for one that doesn't.
     
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    When you first start Triiforce, it should be giving you the option of choosing real-NAND, USB-NAND and SD-NAND.
     
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    alright, I found a version that autoloads from the SD so that's fixed. however, after launching triiforce from the triiforce extender channel, and then trying to return to HBC, it crashes with a DSI exception error. ( I suppose this feature is only for those who really launch it from HBC and not from a channel) Does this happen to anyone else? also, is there a way to return to the wii system menu when playing a game? if i press the home button, and press wii menu, it just leaves me with a black screen.
     

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