What is Haxchi or CBHC? FAQs and info

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by C0mm4nd_, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. ReggieSunderland

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    Thanks again, I'm definitely going to give it a go once I want to play it, the game in question is Zelda Spirit Tracks which I've never played before, it would be fun to get a chance at playing it later on.
     
  2. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Guru

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    I do find it odd that there's even a copy function. normally, what would be the purpose in having two of the same game at the same time?
     
  3. ReggieSunderland

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    As far as I know it says the copied game wont be playable but with CFW that could be wrong.
     
  4. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Guru

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    not sure. my cbhc still says redNAND and has a flame for its icon. that's why I assume it's reading the external hdd. I don't believe that information is stored in the metadata, so you can freely change icons without having to reinstall anything.

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    btw, don't try to change the icon manually if using cbhc. a corrupted icon will make the game not boot.
     
  5. ReggieSunderland

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    I definitely wont change anything manually, the icon on mine is a big :!: and I followed wiiu.hacks.guide, if anything I'll safely uninstall CBHC, delete the game, redownload it from the eshop, copy it to the USB to see if it's playable and then reinstall CBHC on the one in the internal memory.
     
  6. BaamAlex

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    Simple answer. You will brick your console to 100%
     
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  7. Gunstorm

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    I had the haxchi installed and use mocha cfw tô play wup games and mochafat32 tô play on another hdd fat32 to load with loadiine gx2 ymod sniper elite v2, mas effect,guitar hero and Other games that i cant download from usbhelper...

    Can i install cbhc do play the sd:/fw.img as default and when i want tô play the fat32loadiine games Just do the default boot without auto load fw.img i.e.?
     
  8. BaamAlex

    BaamAlex (*(vu64 *)0x1FF81100)

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    1. You don't need mocha when you already have haxchi.
    2. Haxchi or CBHC doesn't need a fw.img on the micro sd card. CBHC autoboots already a patched sysnand.
     
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  9. Gunstorm

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    Yes i know that i dont need run custom mocha cfw
    But on that case im talk about mochafat32 that redirect the sd:/ to USB: /of a hdd formated as fat32... With this i can load homeberws like loadiine gx2 from my fat32hdd
     
  10. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Guru

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    unless things have changed, the problem with using mocha as fat32 is that the games have to be indexed, which means they need to be installed first on a wii-u formatted drive, then copied over.
     
  11. Gunstorm

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    Using the loadiine gx2 y mod, It Works fine here to me loading the games that i mention on Other reply without need to install anything on wiiu before.
     
    Last edited by Gunstorm, Sep 13, 2019 at 11:27 PM
  12. godreborn

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    the stuff is being indexed when you do that. it's to expedite loading, so that the system doesn't have to read the entire hdd. the ps3 does that as well. the 360 doesn't which is why it can take two or three minutes to see everything on a 1TB hdd in system settings.
     
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