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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Use the fat 32 guide to format it and place a game on it then test it out.

    If u need any help setting it up just come back to me here in this thread and try and get this sorted once and for all

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    But how to put a game into a fat32 device? Does the fil needs to be a .ISO or can it be a .WBFS format too?

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    It can be in either format, I prefer .wbfs, it also has to be smaller than 4 GB and needs to be placed in a folder named with the game Id but that is all included in the guide

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    Pob3008, I tried your solution to use a FAT32 Device but that did not work I still got the same problem

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    Ok second thing to try is to put some apps on ths USB device and see if they show up in the HBC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Ok second thing to try is to put some apps on ths USB device and see if they show up in the HBC

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    The apps in my USB shows up in HBC, but they wont run! I only get a black screen when i try to run a app.

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    And u have it plugged in to the outer port?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    And u have it plugged in to the outer port?

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    Yeah, I think so.

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    Try both to be sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Try both to be sure

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    Ok, i have tried both now. None of them works. The apps shows up, but they won't run. The screen turns black and nothing happens.

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    Ok, I'm just out at the minute, when I get back I'll take a look at the video u posted and then I'll reply back

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    Does the same thing in that video happen when the drive is fat32?
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