Trying to do something, but I am lost.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Pippin666, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. Pippin666
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    Pippin666 SSF43DE Master

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    What I am trying to do, is to create a channel that will launch virtual console and wiiware games from usb instead of real nand.

    My first idea was to convert a wad into an iso and then use Crap, just like I do with my favorite games. *yikes*, I only found 3ISO's Studio that could do that, but it's long and not 100% sure to work.

    Launching Crap v3.3b anyway, I tryed loading one of my wad as a channel and there it "seems" to work. As for the loader, I choosed Triiforce mod by WiiCrazy (dunno wich of the 3 options is better tho). And for the type I choosed USB Loader (thinking that it will look for the necessary files on my usb drive).

    I know I am missing something to go any further in this process, and it's Triiforce related. Do I have to dump the entire nand to my usb using FS Dumper or do I have to make a nand.bin backup with bootmii and then apply anything else to it.

    I am far from there, but with little help I'll be there in no time, [​IMG]

    Thanks in advance,

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  2. ether2802

    ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    why don't you just use an emulator channel and from there you can load the games and the saves from the USB, I know it is not what you really want to do, but at least it is an approach...!!
     
  3. Pippin666
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    Emulator channel to load wiiware and virtual console games ?? I never heard of that before.

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  4. elimist

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    hombrew emulators can play the rom of most vc games and triforce needs an extracted nand with a bunch of folders in the root of your sd/usb