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Thread: Problem loading and ripping games onto my flash drive, details inside.

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    If the Op followed that guide word for word, then everything would be working fine.
    And one thing I haven't seen mentioned is, does the Op have a folder on his drive
    named "WBFS" which Op should be putting all the games in?



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    Quote Originally Posted by bmarlo
    And one thing I haven't seen mentioned is, does the Op have a folder on his drive
    named "WBFS" which Op should be putting all the games in?
    I think he does as if he didn't, the loader wouldn't recognize his games, right?

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    Probably yes, as backup managers create a WBFS folder anyway, but I try never to assume unless it's right there in front of me.



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    I followed the formatting guide word for word, bmarlo, and I have a WBFS folder on my flash drive. My problem is the games will not load.

    isoguy, I just attempted to boot the games through USB Loader GX. The loader was already set to IOS 249, and it froze again when I tried to boot.

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    Ok, I don't really know what else could be the problem. I'll hand this thread over to someone with more expertise...

    And btw, make sure your loader is updated to the latest version.

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    Are you absolutely certain there are no other partitions on that drive? Open up EaseUS and verify that nothing else is on it.

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    Just checked in EaseUS, there's no other partition. Could it be that I have the games on my flash drive but the other files for homebrew channel and such are on my SD card? Or maybe there's an issue with a .wad or something else? I think there's a larger problem, as my loaders freeze up a lot.

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    Post a syscheck-->http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...tem-check.html
    Use syscheck 2.0.1 beta14,15,or 16, and post results here.



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    All right guys, heres my system check:

    Spoiler


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    Syscheck looks good. There's no reason why 95-99% of your games shouldn't run off IOS249, or 248.



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