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    Wiiflow Not Seeing 2nd Partition

    bouncingbaby
    By bouncingbaby,
    Hello I have a 4tb hard drive and a 5tb hard drive. They both have 2 partitions each. The first is Fat32 (for gamecube games with nintendont) and the other is NTFS for wii games. Wiiflow will only see the first partition and not the 2nd one. I have read about people making this work but it's not working for me. I would have liked to have made only one partition but Fat32 will is limited to 2tb and gamecube iso's won't work on an NTFS drive. I appreciate any help or ideas.  Thanks

    New in need of serious help!

    LadyC
    By LadyC,
    I softmodded my wii years ago I think it may have been in 2012 and seriously everything has been working great. I recently added some games I found in a box when I moved and they won't play. I know that my usb loader gx and everything for that matter is way out of date and I can't figure out how to update anything or even if I can. I tried hooking turning on the wifi and it says no updates available because it is so old. I am in need of some help, guidance or at least to be pointed in the right direction. 

    [Wii U] Block Automatic Updates - Wii U System Update 5.5.2U rolls out 07/18/2017

    Varkas
    By Varkas,
    Nintendo is pushing system update 5.5.2U to Wii U consoles starting today. Hidden Content Like this post to see the hidden content. DO NOT UPDATE. It will most likely kill all homebrew functionality on your system. If your Wii U is connected to the internet, turn your router off before powering your console on, as the update process is automatic. Make sure you've properly set up your console's DNS settings to block update functionality.
      1) Go to System Settings
    2) Touch connections on the top right, and choose your connection
    3) Go to change settings, then scroll to the right
    4) Choose DNS and set it to Do not auto obtain
    5) Set the DNS based on where you are: America region - Set the primary as 168.235.92.108 and the secondary as 81.4.127.20
    Europe region - Set the primary as 81.4.127.20 and the secondary as 168.235.92.108

    Which should filter out these domains and block updates (but still allow functionality for Miiverse, etc.):
    nus.c.shop.nintendowifi.net
    nus.cdn.c.shop.nintendowifi.net
    nus.cdn.shop.wii.com
    nus.cdn.wup.shop.nintendo.net
    nus.wup.shop.nintendo.net
    c.shop.nintendowifi.net
    cbvc.cdn.nintendo.net
    cbvc.nintendo.net

    Nds2Wiiu Question

    Bjorys
    By Bjorys,
    Is there a more updated version of this program that's built around a more advanced DS VC game? I can only find version 1.0.0.0

    GPD XD Setup Tutorial - Using Legacy Rom

    faith.genesis.raven
    By faith.genesis.raven,
    *Guide in progress* Intro: I think the gpdxd is a great device it can emulate many systems very well play android games and use other apps aswell. - Legacy Rom Download: Hidden Content Like this post to see the hidden content. or Hidden Content Like this post to see the hidden content. Step 1- Extract the rar file Step 2- Go into the "RKDriverInstaller" folder and run "DriverInstall.exe" *Make sure you run it as admin* Step 3- Click on Install driver then once its completed exit the program Step 4- Connect your gpd android with a usb cable to your pc *Make sure its completely off* Step 5- On the root of the download run "RKBatchTool.exe" *Make sure you run it as admin* Step 6- For FW Patch browse and select the file "update.img" included in download *Make sure info is displayed in the boxes below FW Patch after selecting the file* Step 7- There should be one green box for connected devices if so click on "upgrade" to start the flashing process *Make sure your pc does not switch off and dont disconnect the cable* Step 8- Once it completes exit the program and turn on your gpd android Done! - Setting up GPD with emulators and useful apps Emulators: Retroarch Needs no introduction , really useful for emulating various systems in particular ones that dont get any real benefit from using a standalone emulator *Notes* For whatever reason it did not appear for me in the playstore  I had to install an apk but then i did not have sound but then it did appear in the playstore so uninstall from there then re install straight afterwards and everything is working APK: Google Play Store (Free) Mupen64Plus FZ Edition This emulator still gets updated, its free legit and runs well. Google Play Store ePSXe great emulator which I almost prefer it on android *Some minor configuring needed for controls* APK: Google Play Store (Paid) PPSSPP runs amazingly well and its free Google Play Store (Free) Reicast being able to play dreamcast games like Shenume on the go epic! Google Play Store (Free) DraStic Great emulator although its paid or you can use lucky patcher with an apk APK + (Lucky Patcher): Google Play Store (Paid)   Useful Apps: ES File Explorer Better than the regular file explorer Google Play Store (Free)   Lucky Patcher Needed if dont want to pay for apps like DraStic and maybe others APK:   SPMC Really useful media center and works well on the gpd then with the mini hdmi to hdmi you can have it on your tv Google Play Store (Free)   - Making it look better TV Launcher New Launcher which in my opinion looks nicer and easy to customise to my taste / needs its free with ads or paid with no ads (ads are not intrusive) ARC Browser Front End For Emulators its paid but you can grab a hacked apk

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