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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Dave View Post

    I don't have DVDx installed.
    I think with the new Homebrew or Hackmii Installer you don't need it ?
    A lot of apps have been updated and no longer require DVDx but unfortunately ftpii hasn't yet. Hopefully a new version will be released soon.

    Have a look at the beginning of the guide for instructions to install DVDx.

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    Thankyou

    that fixed my FTP

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    Hello, got this working ok, great simple guide.

    1 question: can it access WBFS partition so I can transfer games from PC to Wii HDD through wireless network?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boooo View Post
    Hello, got this working ok, great simple guide.

    1 question: can it access WBFS partition so I can transfer games from PC to Wii HDD through wireless network?
    Not it can't. Works with FAT32 only....nothing can do what you are asking. WBFS is not needed anymore.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Sorry but no. It wouldn't be very practical anyway as it would be extremely slow.

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    Ok, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    Unfortunately you wont be able to get it to work since your wireless and your LAN (local area network) networks are on two different subnets (192.168.1.x and 192.168.0.x). Can you plug your computer into the back of the wireless router? Most wireless routers will have a built in LAN router as well.
    I have a wireless router that I use, and my desktop is connected straight to the wireless. My Wii is on the .1 subnet, and desktop on the .0 net. How do I connect the two?

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    I'm not sure what type of router you have but it sounds as if you have the option to set different subnets for the LAN connections and the WiFi (kinda talking out my butt here, lol) or your Wii is on a different connection then what your PC is (more likely I think). The only thing I can suggest is to see if you can configure the router so that the DHCP severs give out IP's on the same subnet if the two do share the same router.

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    ftpii with WBFS formatted drive

    Is there a way that I can see the HDD connected to my Wii if it is in WBFS format?

    I can transfer successfully files to my SD card but the ftpii cannot initialize the HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantis00 View Post
    Is there a way that I can see the HDD connected to my Wii if it is in WBFS format?

    I can transfer successfully files to my SD card but the ftpii cannot initialize the HDD.
    Nope, sorry. I wouldn't be as usefull as you might think either. It would be extremely slow to transfer files back and forth. If you realy want to see your games on your HDD then switch from WBFS to FAT32.

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