TriiForce

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Oct 7, 2009

TriiForce by wolverine92 at 1:15 AM (1,056 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. wolverine92
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    whats the point of this. (its a vc/wii ware launcher from nand) why would you use this insted of just installing wii ware to your wii and playing it the regular wii. i could see this being usefull if it was a launcher from sd or usb but idn. im not trying to be a dick just why do we need it? thanks
     
  2. xzxero

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    the nand is on a sd or usb device in the first place.

    why dont you read up before posting a pointless thread?
     
  3. wolverine92
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    i have read up. but nand dumps are like 700mb so whats the point of puting that on your sd/usb card when u can just put a 30mb vc or ww on it? like i said im not trying to be a pain in the ass im just wondering (btw i love your guide its perfect helped me out alot. thanks)
     
  4. VatoLoco

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    the point is that you can have as many games installed on the emulated NAND as you have space on yer hdd or sd (which is potentially waaay more than you can put on the wiis NAND)
     
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    yes, emulated NAND means you only use the part of the NAND with the games on it, and put that on a usb or sd device and run it from there, basically unlimited space for wiiware games.
     
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    If I'm correct it would also mean NO RISK OF BRICKING.

    I had a mishap uninstalling lost winds and it bricked my wii. If you do this on just a nand on sd card... well... what's the risk? Busted nand? No sweat... it's not your wiis nand and you have 10 copies of it lying around.
     
  7. wolffangalchemist

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    mine was only 150mb but i had only the Internet channel installed it varies depending on what is installed to the nand already.
    it's best to just makes a 10gig fat32 partition on your usb hard drive if you have one instead of using sd or but a 4gig sdhc card and use it souly for nand emulation.
     
  8. zektor

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    I cannot personally get ANY of my SDHC cards to function in Triiforce. Only cards that will work for me are the old 2GB Sandisk SD cards. Something is up with SDHC compatibility currently.
     
  9. wolffangalchemist

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    didn't know there where probs with SDHC and Triifroce since i use my usb hard drive still 2 gigs ain't bad, that's 4x the wii's internal storage and infinity times the stress off the real nand.
     
  10. VatoLoco

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    i havent tried it off an SD card, but a 15gig partition on my 320gig HDD runs Triiforce just fine
     

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