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    never could get it working, had to re-download all the covers....

    edit: after downloading ALL the covers again, they STILL are not showing up! please help

    I just tried USBLoader GX and the covers show up fine on there
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    Okey, superstupid question alert; How do I know I have the proper IOS's? This is my IOS's

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    I see IOS222 show up there, does that mean I can install WiiFlow? Or do I have to add anything else?

    Sorry for wasting your time with a stupid question, thanks for answers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbosvans View Post
    Okey, superstupid question alert; How do I know I have the proper IOS's? This is my IOS's

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    I see IOS222 show up there, does that mean I can install WiiFlow? Or do I have to add anything else?

    Sorry for wasting your time with a stupid question, thanks for answers!

    I take you used mauifrogs 4.3 guide?
    You have all the right ios's/cios to run wii flow. You can run wiiflow loading through cios 222 or 249.


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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    I take you used mauifrogs 4.3 guide?
    You have all the right ios's/cios to run wii flow. You can run wiiflow loading through cios 222 or 249.
    I don't know which method was used on my Wii, (I bought it already softmodded). But most games work, I have only ran into trouble with SMG1&2 so I'll try with FAT32 Drive and WiiFlow instead of the method I use now.

    Thanks for answering so fast.

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    However our dev's are working on a version of WiiFlow that will boot from IOS58 (i.e not a cIOS) this is some way off and not likely to be available in the immediate future. However it is being looked at, the main priority at the moment is to get a stable version of WiiFlow 2.2 out of the door. Once thats done the devs can start looking at other features like IOS58 and NAND emulation.
    Seems there wont be issues with wiiflow detecting hdd if this happens

    Source:WiiFlow - an open source GUI USB-Loader - GBAtemp.net

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    That would be nice if any usb loader could use IOS58 to operate, I tried CFG with the N58 forwarder and it would not read the usb port1 when I plugged my usb hdd into it. On another note, waninkoko's cIOS only allows for the use of usb port0, I have not been able to get cIOS rev21 to work with a base of 58 to do as I want it to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    That would be nice if any usb loader could use IOS58 to operate, I tried CFG with the N58 forwarder and it would not read the usb port1 when I plugged my usb hdd into it. On another note, waninkoko's cIOS only allows for the use of usb port0, I have not been able to get cIOS rev21 to work with a base of 58 to do as I want it to.
    i think the loaders should have that just like uloader you can swap between the ports...hermes was in front of everybody

    all i found it that with rev21 it seems to dislike wbfs formatted drives although with base58 it did find the one i couldnt get to work

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    When I attempt to load a game from my Seagate GoFlex 1 TB (FAT32) drive using WiiFlow2.2 (I think) i get
    Disk_Set USB Failed.
    I was able to play games from the drive before, but because I had to unplug and plug it back in every time I loaded WiiFlow.
    Looking for any ideas.

    Just switched to WiiFlow 2.1, games now load, how ever I now am back to unplugging my drive after wiiflow starts and plugging it back in to access the games.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark Bait View Post
    When I attempt to load a game from my Seagate GoFlex 1 TB (FAT32) drive using WiiFlow2.2 (I think) i get
    Disk_Set USB Failed.
    I was able to play games from the drive before, but because I had to unplug and plug it back in every time I loaded WiiFlow.
    Looking for any ideas.

    Just switched to WiiFlow 2.1, games now load, how ever I now am back to unplugging my drive after wiiflow starts and plugging it back in to access the games.



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    Try this,

    *keep wiiflow on ur sd card and only have the games on usb HDD

    *download seagate manager (google is ur friend), install it on your pc and use it to disable the power saving features on your drive (i have a seagate expansion desktop drive 2tb and i had to do this)

    * try defragging your drive as well (i use Auslogics Disk Defrag **free**)

    * also delete these files sd:/wiiflow/settings/ all files in here and also sd:/apps/wiiflow/setting.ini ...after doing this and restarting wiiflow you will have to select your drive partition again then restart wiiflow again....

    then try again (i recently swapped from using a 500gb fat32 drive to a new 2tb NTFS drive) after doing all i mentioned above wiiflow 2.2 r304 (249) works great with my new drive
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin_mitch View Post
    Try this,

    *keep wiiflow on ur sd card and only have the games on usb HDD

    *download seagate manager (google is ur friend), install it on your pc and use it to disable the power saving features on your drive (i have a seagate expansion desktop drive 2tb and i had to do this)

    * try defragging your drive as well (i use Auslogics Disk Defrag **free**)

    * also delete these files sd:/wiiflow/settings/ all files in here and also sd:/apps/wiiflow/setting.ini ...after doing this and restarting wiiflow you will have to select your drive partition again then restart wiiflow again....

    then try again (i recently swapped from using a 500gb fat32 drive to a new 2tb NTFS drive) after doing all i mentioned above wiiflow 2.2 r304 (249) works great with my new drive
    I will give this a try.

    Few questions. Will I be able to then select a channel to play each different game or have it auto load (priiloader I think) to Wiiflow? I was hopping to use just the hard drive, but no big deal. I will double check the power settings on the drive, I though I shut the sleep off.

    Thanks again

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