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Thread: [GUIDE] FTPii for Wii and ME

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    Thanks for this tut. Very helpful. Upgrading to .22 lets me connect to my USB drive.
    Is anyone seeing the connection drop regularly? Tit starts great around 400 or 500kbps and then just hangs. I'm connecting without passwords using passive mode. I've never had connection issues with my wii and my mac is pretty solid too.

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    Hey cool, I need this. Will it let me access my USB HDD if it has a NTFS partition first though, followed by the FAT32 (Wii) partition?

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    Awesome app, but most times too techy for most lol.. how is the ftp on that? still slow or faster?
    Yeah, I can't seem to get WiiXplorer to see my SD or USB and it crashes if I select Reload!
    Last edited by BluPhant; 11-30-2012 at 08:17 AM.

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    Could not connect to server! What I'm using is FileZilla_3.5.3_win32, with FTPii 22, and of course HBC. Any Idea what I'm doing wrong?

    filzilla.jpg HBC.jpg version.jpg

    Ultimately what i'm trying to do is get my Wii setup to run off my HDD so I can lock away my Disks. I have four boys who love to rough house and ruin things. Also they love the emulator aspect of Snes9x GX, so i'm trying to get the system setup now to handle the file transfers of the ROMS needed to use the emulator without them having to pull out the SD card/HDD each time.


    Edit-I finally abandoned this guide and did some poking around on google. I've found WiiXplorer works 100%. I guess FTPii is old and out of date!
    Last edited by ButaneFlame; 04-06-2013 at 05:37 PM.

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