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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    WTF does it take to get you to understand?

    many, many , MANY people do this.

    I have 2x500gb USB hard drives, both full of games, some downloaded, some dumped from originals, some dumped from copies, THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE.

    They ALL work, there is a failure rate of 0%.

    You REALLY should put some of your energy into reading the 1000's of threads about this instead of burying your head up in the sand and assuming your way is the ONLY way "because thats how we al=ways used to do it".

    theres just no pleasing some people.....
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    Hey Dave.

    No matter what I seem to do I just can not get the Wii to Wifi dump. The dumper just resets and goes back to HBC screen. I'm going to go for USB dumping as that seems not only much easier but also a damn sight quicker too. However I still seem to have trouble doing it via the USB method too?!

    I've a got a old ps3 60bg esata - seagate I think - HDD, with films and music on, which I plugged in via the USB fired up the dumper software again and nothing happened?

    Is this HDD compatible? Do I have outdated software on my HBC?

    What could/should I be doing?

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    there is a big thread with details of compatible drives.

    You must also format the drive to WBFS with either you USB loader or with WBFS manager on your PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    there is a big thread with details of compatible drives.

    You must also format the drive to WBFS with either you USB loader or with WBFS manager on your PC.
    Ok I've tried doing various things now and still no luck!!

    I've formated my HDD to WBFS now using WBFS manager.
    My Wii firmware is 4.0 and has the HBC and back up channel etc.
    I've got USB GX and various other ISO and DVD dumpers including the new 1.5 Wainikoko loader on the Wii
    I've also got the custom cIOS installer etc
    When I tried to use any of the USB dumpers I still get an all black screen, a reset, a mention of a FAT parition or a -4100 error.

    Any idea's what I'm doing wrong? I've looked at lots of tutorials and vids on You Tube etc and seem to have everthing I need, possibly more!, but still have no luck!! Getting so frustrated now!

    Any help would be class as I keep kicking the cat!!

    Cheerz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycosi View Post
    Ok I've tried doing various things now and still no luck!!

    I've formated my HDD to WBFS now using WBFS manager.
    My Wii firmware is 4.0 and has the HBC and back up channel etc.
    I've got USB GX and various other ISO and DVD dumpers including the new 1.5 Wainikoko loader on the Wii
    I've also got the custom cIOS installer etc
    When I tried to use any of the USB dumpers I still get an all black screen, a reset, a mention of a FAT parition or a -4100 error.

    Any idea's what I'm doing wrong? I've looked at lots of tutorials and vids on You Tube etc and seem to have everthing I need, possibly more!, but still have no luck!! Getting so frustrated now!

    Any help would be class as I keep kicking the cat!!

    Cheerz!
    USB Devices Compatibility List - WikiTemp

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    4100:
    Title Identification Error When using DVDs, most likely bad burn or media. As for wads, most likely an incorrectly injected wad (.dol and rom injections).
    Thats your error explained!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr34m3r View Post
    Ok my drive and enclosure are compatible. I've got 5gb as FAT32 and 55gb as WBFS. I followed that guide as best I could too.

    Still nothing works!!

    ISO/DVD Dumper just restarts and goes back to HBC menu
    Waninkoko custom cIOS DVD dumper 1.2 restarts & goes back to the HBC menu
    USB loader GX just goes black as there's nothing on the HDD for it to load.
    Waninkoko sd/usb loader v1.5 says "custom IOS could not be loaded! (Ret = -4100)"
    Superdumper 1.2 just gives me a "Error reading sector data" message

    What am I doing wrong? None of the software I have seems to want to work?

    Cats gone into hiding!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    Thats your error explained!
    To be fair that might as well be in Korean as I'm not literate in any of this. The media/games are originals and work perfectly. As for incorrectly injected wads that means nothing to me!

    I'm sure that I'm missing something very simple as I have the HDD and software just cant get them to work together. The Wii recognises the HDD too. Cant understand it.

    Surely it cant be that hard!

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    WBFS partition set as primary and active?

    using the correct USB port on the wii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    WBFS partition set as primary and active?

    using the correct USB port on the wii?
    I've got the Fat32 drive set as primary and the WBFS drive as logical as directed in the guide above in relation to my HDD etc. Is that right?

    I'll try the other USB port as I wasn't aware that there was a right port?

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    A.C.Ryan AluBox 2.5" USB 2.0/eSATA (ACR-HD50114) 152D 2338 Not tested Not tested Works Tested with Seagate Momentus 5400.5 320GB split into a 60 GB FAT32 partition (set as primary) and the rest as WBFS (set as logical).

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