whats a good usb loader that auto forces 480pNTSC

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Onceler, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. Onceler
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    without having to be told every time to force it, also is there one that displays the game graphic to help choose a game? Also I want to be able to install it as a channel. And does WBFS. I am currently using Neogamma r7 but it is really a pain to have to into the settings and force NTSC 480p(a pain because my daughter who uses it can't always remember to do that and comes to me and says that her game won't work. I am moving all my stuff to a WBFS USB harddrive so a USB loader is required.
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    I'm pretty convinced that CFG can do that, but first stop with the WBFS and use FAT32.
     
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    if the game was made in Interlace I doubt that you'll be able to force her to work in a progressive
     
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    Why FAT32? the ISOs wont be able to be stored this way because FAT32 doesn't allow file sizes bigger than 4GB
     
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    Use NTFS and use Wiibackupmanager to put the ISO's on your hdd, change the iso's in wbfs. And use CFG. It will work.
     
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    Use Wiibackupmanager to transfer your games any bigger than 4g are automatically spit into files less than 4g, there are no issues running games this way.
     
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    Why not use NTFS?
     
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    I think it was rather unstable but I think that CFG is more stable now, but don't quote me.
     
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    because most homebrew doesn't work with NTFS.
     
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    i you use only backup games ntfs is good , dby for emul and other staff need fat32
     

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