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    Question Configurable USB Loader Problem

    Earlier today my Configurable USB Loader app was recognizing my 4G USB stick fine, and then I formatted it to WBFS, then decided that was dumb, so I formatted it back to FAT32 and now when Configurable USB Loader tries to recognize my USB it says "Partition: Auto not found" I used the option "Sync FAT" by pressing 2 but it still doesn't work. I use IOS249 by the way, and I have the latest version of it (v21). Already searched google, don't know what to do. Help please.

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    Make sure to do a full fat32 format and not just a quick format

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    I'll try right now and let you know if it works. I can't remember if I checked "Quick format". By the way, I just put it back to WBFS format and put games on there with WiiBackupManager and it works fine. The only downside is I can't use the USB for other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Make sure to do a full fat32 format and not just a quick format
    Didn't work. I still have the option to just keep it in WBFS format, but I want to use my USB for things other than just playing wbfs files.

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    Go into the cfg usb config file and change the option from wbfs to fat32

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Go into the cfg usb config file and change the option from wbfs to fat32
    And this file is in the SD card?

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    Yes, if that is where u r loading your apps from.

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    I don't have an SD card reader to use right now, but I opened some config.txt and sample_config.txt files with the WiiXplorer app with its TextEditor and didn't see any options like that.
    Last edited by joshuabauchman; 04-27-2011 at 11:01 PM. Reason: typo

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    Format your drive to wbfs and load up cfg usb loader, once in the loader go the global option menu and change the settings from wbfs partition to fat32 partion and make sure u save the settings then switch off and refomat the drive to fat32 and then restart the loader an u should be good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Format your drive to wbfs and load up cfg usb loader, once in the loader go the global option menu and change the settings from wbfs partition to fat32 partion and make sure u save the settings then switch off and refomat the drive to fat32 and then restart the loader an u should be good to go.
    I went to the global settings and it said "Partition: WBFS1" and I pressed right on the dpad to change and it brought me to the "Select a partition:" screen and it shows P#1 3.73 WBFS1 [USED] and there are the options to Press A to Select Press B to go back Press 2 to sync FAT Press + to format WBFS Press - to delete FS no option to change the partition to FAT32.

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