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Default 03-02-2015, 03:02 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

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^^Ha, no doubt bud, Nintendo, they sure are in no hurry. lol

Oh and a quick question, ok i have two HDD, a unpowered 320gig one that i use for my GC games, and a 1tb HDD that i use for my Wii games, no would it be possible for me to have both gc and wii games on the 1tb HDD, and if so i sssume i would need to make a partition, and if so would it matter what one i had first, i was thinking gc on the first partition and wii games on the second, do you know if that would work, any infoi would be appreciated bud.
That's easy

FAT32 the drive

Gamecube games go in /games/
Wii games go in /wbfs/

My /games/ folder for GC games (use Dios Mios Toolbox to transfer them)

http://i.imgur.com/KAUuiBb.png

My /wbfs/ folder for Wii games

http://i.imgur.com/t4agiwu.png

Obviously Wii games need to be in wbfs format (use Wii Backup Manager)

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Default 03-02-2015, 03:23 | posts: 2,825 | Location: UK

^^So i just need to format the entire HDD to fat 32 and not bother with any partitions apart from those two folder.....cracking stuff, cheers bud.
   
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Default 03-02-2015, 03:25 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

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^^So i just need to format the entire HDD to fat 32 and not bother with any partitions apart from those two folder.
Exactly and if you use either program to transfer the games over they will auto split up any games larger than 4GB (FAT32 limitation) and will play fine.
   
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Default 03-02-2015, 06:59 | posts: 2,825 | Location: UK

Sitting here now for 4 hours putting all my games back onto the one HDD, long proccess but it will be good not to have to swap HDD not play them.
   
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Default 03-03-2015, 06:49 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

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Sitting here now for 4 hours putting all my games back onto the one HDD, long proccess but it will be good not to have to swap HDD not play them.
How did things turn out?
   
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Default 03-03-2015, 06:57 | posts: 2,825 | Location: UK

Great, still cannot get the gameseek adapter towork, and i cannot get the gamecube games to appear in the usb loader so i can launch them from there, but all are on the one hdd, the wii-u pro controller works a treat, and i just launch nintendont from within the usb loader brew menu and away i go.

The gameseek adapter works a treat also on the dolphin emulator.
   
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Default 03-03-2015, 07:33 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

This may sound simple but are you enabling USB Loader GX to display GameCube games?

ie: Click the icon that sorta looks like an NES to the right of ABC and ticking the "GC Games" box.. I've never had an issue with it displaying them

   
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Default 03-03-2015, 15:15 | posts: 2,825 | Location: UK

Yeah i tried that, they appear with no issues on another usb loader, but that one does not seem to support nintendont, but no big deal, i can launch nintendont from within usb loader and the games all appear and run great, so just a niggle, and this is the best i have i have got it all running, so i dont want to go bugger it all up. lol

Wii-u is awesome, throw homebrew into the mix and the machine becomes a god, why the hell Ninty have not had a big digital gamecube release on the wii-u, with the surprise launch of a official gamecube wireless controller, then sit back and watch their profits soar is beyound me, th wii-u loves gamecube games, are they mad or what. lol
   
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Default 03-04-2015, 06:29 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

Picked up NFS MW-U

I'm shocked how well this game looks on the Wii-U.. I was expecting major downgrades from the PC version but..

NOPE

   
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Default 03-04-2015, 14:10 | posts: 10,893 | Location: Toledo Ohio

While the Wii U may not be the strongest, but the edram helps a lot with the visuals.
   
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Default 03-04-2015, 15:10 | posts: 2,825 | Location: UK

They ported over the pc textures into the wii-u version.
   
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Default Yesterday, 05:19 | posts: 812 | Location: South Jersey

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They ported over the pc textures into the wii-u version.
Obviously..

It's weird. Of all ports.. An EA one is one of the best ports I've seen. Just shows when a developer puts their mind to it the Wii-U can deliver graphically on a Next-Gen(ish) level.
   
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Damn those graphics remind me of the graphics of GTA V on the PS3/Xbox360.
   
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