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    Wiimc doesn't recognize usbstick

    I modded my wii and installed Wiimc (wii media centre). But wiimc doesn't recognize my usb drive, only sd card. The drive is formatted in FAT32 and i have installed IOS 58. What is the problem?

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    Which port is your USB stick plugged into?

    If I spelled something wrong, I'll just blame it on auto-correct

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    I tried on both ports, but neither of them worked.
    Last edited by kd503_b; 04-07-2014 at 10:04 AM.

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    I formatted my drive with EaseUS Partition Master 9.3.0 but there is no change. Also I forgot to say that i can't run gamecube games too. But with N64, PS1 emulators and cfg loader there is no problem.

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    Have you consulted our Dios Mios and/or Devolution guides for getting GameCube game to run?

    Did you get the drive formatted with 32k clusters?

    When you try to run gamecube games, what happens?

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    Yes, my drive is formatted with 32k clusters. I reistalled dios mios wad with this from the guide, install game with DMToolBox, but it's like before - neither cfg loader nor dios mios booter show that there is a game. Cfg Loader screenshot: http://s30.postimg.org/j7yt5fpv5/DSCI0302.jpg
    DM booter screenshot: http://s29.postimg.org/e8j9wt1vr/DSCI0305.jpg

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    Sounds like there is some problem or incompatibility with that hard drive, if the system cannot see that it has more than 0.0 GB available.

    Have you tried another device?

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    My drive is Kingston DataTraveller 8 GB. I checked it in the compitability list. When i format it in wbfs, i haven't such problem. Anyway, I'll try with another device.

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    Are you using Windows 8? Make sure it is a MBR partition, and not GPT. Windows 8/8.1 will by default make the drive GPT. Making it only viewable in Windows 8 or later machines.

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