So this past Thursday I got volunteered to smoke up some food for a potluck at my mom's office. The potluck was at 12pm, so that meant I needed the food to be ready and on the grill pretty early. Unfortunately I've also been having some sleeping issues these past couple weeks, so I ended up asleep around 4 and up around 7 that day lol.
So what was for lunch?
I present you the guests of honor
These 4 tri-tips have been marinated
Just an hour ago, I sat down behind my wii, turned it on and started USB Loader GX. It loaded just fine, but when I tried to run Klonoa, the screen turned black. That was very strange, I had been to a friend this very same day and had taken my USB drive with me and had shown him the game, because I thought it might be fun for his little sister and it had worked just fine. There were two possibilities: or the game had somehow become damaged/corrupted on the drive, or it was because my wii had cIOSX
Originally Posted by ShadowSonic2
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I can't believe this. How come that all of the stuff I have fails to work so early? I have two harddrives in my computer: a master harddrive on which Windows 7 is installed with 120GB of space, and a slave harddrive on which I save about all of my data and files with 1TB of space. Yesterday, the slave harddrive failed for some reason. Some of my data is lost, but there's a fair amount of data I still have on my external harddrive. Sadly, I haven't back-upped any school related files since the end
Updated 12-08-2010 at 11:04 AM by BandicootAddicted
Originally Posted by desperado836
NTFS Hard Drives - Formatting, Loading, Ripping, Playing
[NTFS USB Loading will only work with Hermes cIOS222/223 v4+ or with cIOSx Rev19+]
No Wasted WBFS Space as the partition can be shared for other purposesCan be used for Storing your USB Loaders files,Movies etc Game files can be copied using normal file managers Better choice of file system recovery/defragmentation toolsCan load files larger then 4GB(no need