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    Also when i transferred it as an iso it changed into an wbfs file on the usb. Is this normal? or does it have to be an iso on the usb?

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    All current USB loaders reads FAT32 drives just fine.

    Try formatting your drive with this: http://www.partition-tool.com/download.htm

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    Thanks, problem solved. Not sure why the windows default formatter didn't do the job properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astifoman View Post
    I've formatted the usb to 32 kb and fat32 and I put a iso on the drive with wii backup manager. wii backup manager also told me to make a folder claled wbfs and put isos in there. So i used a wii iso it transferred good and I went on wii put the usb in the right port and loaded it up on usb loader gx; it said no usb device found. so am i doing something wrong or does usbloader gx not support fat32 usb? Ive used the same usb and formatted it on wbfs and it worked so yeh. By the way i formatted the drive with windows 8 default installed formatter to fat32 32kb allocation unit size (cluster size im guessing?)
    Here is a guide I followed for USB formatting, I do believe the basic my computer formatting is not sufficient enough for this job. Because you need to chance the drive from logical to primary and then set the drive as active too, if you do not follow the steps in the guide then the WII will not recognize any of the games you placed in there.

    Just don't forget to make sure cluster size is 32k for gamecube games

    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...ide-fat32.html

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