1. lolsjoel

    lolsjoel GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Converted my WBFS partition to FAT recently. When I used Wii Backup Manager to move all my WBFS files to the FAT drive, it put them in /wbfs/Title [DISC ID]. When I launch Wiiflow, it says there aren't any games. How to I fix that?

    EDIT: Nevermind. Upgraded to 2.0 and it read it right away. I had moved all the WBFS files to the /wbfs folder and removed them from their individual folders. Can I put them back?
     
  2. mugotu

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    delete your wiiflow.ini.. We recommand a fresh install of wiiflow 2.0 if anyone hasnt read that yet, and you wouldnt have this problem.
     
  3. mugotu

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    Just start with a fresh install like we said. This means delete the sd:wiiflow, usb:/wiiflow, sd:/apps/wiiflow, usb:/apps/wiiflow (optionally you can back up your covers and copy them back in after the install, but it may cause problems also) Then Take the Wiiflow 2.0 zip and open it, then drage the apps folder from that zip into your usb drive in the root. Let it extract and you are done. Hook your hard drive back up and boot wiiflow, exit the app once (so it saves the wiiflow.ini) and boot it agaon. Then get your covers back, and place them in the folder it created in usb:/apps/wiiflow, or download them from inside wiiflow.

    Done.

    Me and r-win have worked really hard to make this as noob proof as possible. Where the problems come in are totally because of ppl not following directions fully. Notice also that some fixes have been made since the 2.0 release, check out the google page and look at the commit notes.

    There are already plans for a Wiiflow 2.0a xD And a list of things to implement to move towards a WiiFlow 2.1.
     
  4. Damian666

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    well, this is actually what i did [​IMG]

    but it wont load from fat32, nor ntfs, tahst why i ask.

    a normal wbfs hdd works great though ^^

    damian666
     
  5. mugotu

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    It has worked for over 30 ppl (that ive personally spoken with) already, both fat32 and ntfs. Start by checking your drives and folders. Your forwarder is wrong if it is all set up right and does not work.
     
  6. r-win

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    @Damian, I had the same problem actually, when upgrading my version to 2.0. Seemed that I had to take two additional steps:

    1. Remove wiiflow.ini from my SD card
    2. Remove wiiflow.ini from my USB:/apps/wiiflow/ directory

    Step 2 is mandotary, since it upgraded from the wiiflow.ini from your SD card. Therefor, all your paths and stuff are pointing to SD. For me, it meant that it also didn't show any games. After removing all ini files, it started working right away!
     
  7. Alkis30

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    It seems that my problem had to do with the SD card I used (even I formated it) . I changed it with another one and download all covers without any stuck problem !!!
     
  8. xabby666

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    Two thinks:

    Casually, in version 224 (base 57) it freezes when in new system menu or in page 7 of the config menu when i select partition.

    If i run it in 224 base 60, it show me channel button, but if i click on it appear the "Welcome to WiiFlow. I have not found any games." windows. In config menu if i click on return to option to select channel it freezes.

    Thank you for your beatifull work.
     
  9. Dter ic

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    yay disc launching will be here soon [​IMG]
     
  10. mugotu

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    Possibly*, no guarantees, and noone said son xD.
     
  11. dancemonkey

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    Is there anyway to put the box cover above the fanart? When I set it to show the box art the fanart images show over the cover.

    Cheers.
     
  12. Blue-K

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    Not to be mean, you're doing a great job, and a much stable one too. But slowly, this is going in the direction of USBLoader-GX...I just want an USBLoader which looks nice (that's why I wanted Fanart) and plays games, I don't need it to load Channels, Discs, Trailers, Homebrew, etc. I just need games [​IMG]. I also have to say that you do a great job in hiding these features, but still, that's not enough for me. If such big features continue to come, I'll probably have to start to strip down these features from the newest revs (more commits, for example after a feature would be done, would make this a lot easier for noobs like me, btw [​IMG])...

    Attention, again: I am thankful for the support of this loader (hell, it was dead for quite a while), I love it, and I love Version 2.0, r-win, mugoto and all the others did a great job, thank you so much, really [​IMG]! I would love to donate 5 Bucks (sorry, I'm a bit poor on the PayPal-Account) to the Team, and not only WiiTDB, so thankful I am. Though, so "big" features are in my opinion not needed. I would prefer that music fades out while a Bannersound is being played, maybe integrate writing to the Playlog (it doesn't slows down the Booting-Process that much), such small things. Though, that is only my unworthy impression...I still use 2.0, I love it, but I wanted just to say a reminder that slowly it becomes bloated...
     
  13. Damian666

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    well, i now have deleted everything i can find wiiflow related, so ill just start anew [​IMG]

    for the fuck of it, im gonna use my sd for now, and see if it will find my fat32 hdd ^^

    Damian666
     
  14. .:Plasma:.

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    Open the Fanart .ini file and put a # in front of the hidecover=true line. Setting this to false didn;t work in the beta's maybe r-win fixed it in the final release. So try setting it to false, if that fails # it out.

    Plasma
     
  15. dancemonkey

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    Thanks Plasma, I can get it to show, just the fanart images that come in from the side or top or whatever are on top of the cover.
     
  16. CasperH

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    Anyone here has a compiled version of r52?
     
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    I disagree. The features that we add to wiiflow, don't slow the loader down, and do work (!). I think most people want a loader which is a full replacement for their System menu. That's the reason that things like channels have been implemented, while playlog hasn't. The playlog requires you to return to your system menu or it won't work, rendering either the returnto patch, or priiloader with a wiiflow forwarder useless.

    Every new feature that we added, can be disabled. Therefor, it shouldn't bother you. Again, most users find it useful, and those who don't can easily either disable it or don't use it. Talking about useless: it's pretty useless to compile a stripped version of your own.

    Just my 2 cents.

    Btw, about the more commits comment: we choose to have a seperate SVN for all the commits which where leading up to v2.0. From now on, most commits shall be done in the regular wiiflow svn, either in a branch (which will be merged later) or in the trunk.

    About the channels button: you can disable it by adding hidechannelsbutton=yes to wiiflow.ini, under the [ GENERAL] section.
     
  19. edg0023

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    Thank you. It worked nicely.
     
  20. edg0023

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    I created a music folder under wiiflow and added a few .mp3 files. I noticed that wiiflow plays the .mp3 files in the same order. How can I make it so that wiiflow chooses a .mp3 file at random.

    Thanks
     
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