Witgui Contact

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290 Replies to “Witgui Contact”

  1. I have downloaded several games that worked in the past that no longer work now, I have attempted to download Gunslingers and Mad Dog using Witgui on my mac I unzip the file rename to the appropriate conventions NAME [code], code.wbfs drag it over, it converts fine and I can see the image artwork. However when I plug the usb into my wii and go to play the game I can see the game but it doesnt actually work. What could be causing past games that worked all of a sudden not work anymore and how do I get new games to work? I need help please. Thanks in advance.

    1. If there are no errors shown in Witgui and you don‘t know what‘s different between when the games worked and now, I‘m afraid I cannot help at all. It might be a conversion problem, or an issue with the USB loader you use on the Wii. But since I only wrote the user interface, if you think the conversion is the problem, you should write to the wit/wwt forum (the internal tools used by Witgui) as described here: Logging and inspecting errors.

  2. When I try to install the app on my M1 Mac, it says ““Witgui” can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software.” and “This software needs to be updated. Contact the developer for more information.” so I’m doing that now. Also the disc drive on my Wii isn’t working so I’m hoping to convert my discs to digital and put them on the Wii. Is this gonna work? Thank you very much.

  3. when i try to download wit or wwt it says “A server with the specified hostname could not be found.” what should i do

    1. Could you please try to download wit/wwt again? I guess what you got earlier was a temporary server unavailability.

      1. Are you still experiencing the issue? I just tried updating wit from within Witgui and it worked.

  4. Hello!

    When I try to drag games in .wbfs format to my 2Tb USB (formatted to wbfs in the App), it appears the next message: “No valid games have been found.”

    What ‘s going wrong?

  5. The game shows up as copied on wiigui but won’t show up on the actual wii. i’ve made sure the file runs on dolphin and i somehow managed to get one game to show up so idrk what im doing wrong. it’s defo something with wiigui tho. am i missing any steps?

  6. Hi! Thanks so much for keeping Witgui alive over the years. The link to the guide showing how to allow Witgui to detect WBFS partitions without giving everyone root access is 404ing. Can you either fix the link or post instructions here? Thanks!

  7. Hey I just exported some game to put on usb loader GX but the covers aren’t showing is there a way to export the covers from Witgui?

  8. Hello. New to this but loving the software. I Was able to upload several titles and verify each but all of a sudden when verifying on newer titles, I get the following error and it happens with any title i try to upload.

    !! ERROR in wd_open_disc() @ src/libwbfs/wiidisc.c#1594
    !! Disc magic not found: /dev/rdisk4
    !! ERROR in wd_open_disc() @ src/libwbfs/wiidisc.c#1695
    !! Can’t open wii disc: /dev/rdisk4
    !! wwt: ERROR #47 [WII DISC NOT FOUND] in OpenDiscSF() @ src/lib-sf.c#848
    !! Can’t open Wii disc: /dev/rdisk4

    Not sure how to correct the issue.

  9. Hello, thanks for the wonderful software! I’m having difficulty getting covers to show in USB Loader GX on Wii (I’m not able to take my Wii online). Clearly Witgui downloads the covers (as they display beautifully in Witgui) but is there some way to get USB Loader GX to recognize these covers as well? And if there isn’t currently, could there be an added feature of exporting the game covers as files from Witgui, so I could place them on a USB stick or SD card and point USB Loader GX to that directory?

    1. Exporting the downloaded images would be a nice feature, but I’m not sure I currently have the time to implement it. But you can quite easily copy the downloaded images in the Finder to the SD card. Witgui downloads the images to the directory located at “~/Library/Application Support/Witgui/covers”, where ~ is your home directory. You can navigate to the ~/Library directory in the Finder by pressing the Option key and selecting in the main menu Go > Library.

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