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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Agent View Post
    hey sorry for this question but i been useing usb loader gx as a chennal i want to try wiiflow thow my HBC i have download r304-data from wiiflow web page i dont know where everythings goes or if i have download the right thing thanks
    http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...-settings.html

    Just follow the instructions. You probably have your wiiflow and loader GX folders on an SD card, so take it out of your wii and stick it in your PC and just drag and drop the wiiflow folder (with the boot.dol) in your apps folder. It comes with a readme so...just go to the link.

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    and where can i find the boot.dol file at it did not comw with the r304-data from wiiflow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Agent View Post
    and where can i find the boot.dol file at it did not comw with the r304-data from wiiflow
    looks like you downloaded the wrong thing.

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    looks like you downloaded the wrong thing.


    thank you can you tell me which one i need to download for the last one thay have come out with

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    r304-249.zip

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    Wouldn't that be more like r304-250.zip?

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    ok thank you do i need the r304-data too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    You can store them as .iso files or .wbfs. .wbfs will compress them same as a WBFS partition, so you save just as much space. Use Wii Backup Manager to convert them. Make sure they sit in a /wbfs\ folder at the root of your drive. Your games will still be accessed by gameid.

    Make sure you're using a later version of Wiiflow as older versions did not support FAT32.
    Hey, I can't format my drive to FAT32. I try to do it, but Windows says the drive is too big! It's 232 GB. (and I even waited 6 hours for it to format...) So will wiiflow work with the NTFS format? or is there some special way for me to format the disk to FAT32.

    btw, I used command promt. I typed in "format /FS:FAT32 G:"

    then it said, are you sure (Y/N) and I said Y, etc. Now formatting...6 hours later...99% formatting done....2 minutes later...your drive is too big to format! *facepalm*

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    I'm probably not the best person to ask about Windows and formatting. Check out Cile and Krank's guide and see if that helps: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html

    Wiiflow can use NTFS but it's not recommended (can't install games, not fully developed).
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