Yes I searched! LOL.
It seems that Homebrew v1.1.0 has broken the full compatiblity with Seagate Expansion USB3.0.
I assume maybe I have to wait for these apps to update and they will work correctly with this drive. But here is the problem I am having.
I fixed a Wii and am selling it to my cousin with the drive above. I know this drive works because I did the same with a Wii last week.
When I open fceugx, snesgx, Wii64, VBAgx, or wiimc, the apps open but cannot find the hdd. I have to unplug the usb from the wii and plug it back in. Then it finds it and I can navigate to the roms or movies. But if I close it then open it back up, they don't work again.
So I installed Homebrew v.8 and everything works fine. :confused:
I have the latest version of all these apps, but they only work correctly on homebrew v.8. But they work on my hdd.
I have tried with my WD Elements USB2.0 drive and all the apps work fine. It's like the new homebrew broke the full compatibility of the seagate. I don't have another USB3.0 drive to try to see if it is just that.
Is there a way to stop the update prompt in homebrew channel and still be connected to WiFi? I don't want to give it back to him with v.8 and then he updates it.
I'd like to know how to disable the update prompt as well. When 1.0.8 released, it rendered MAME useless - and I was pretty upset about it. I actually contacted Toad King (coder) on GBAtemp and just in one week he released a compatible version with the [then] new HBC. Can other members verify the compatibility of homebrew apps with this new HBC? I really wish there were a way to opt-out of the update without having to click NO every time.
Originally Posted by wiiLike2Hacks
What kind of hdd do u have? I'm trying to figure out if the problem is with usb3.0 drives. Cause my WD hdd is 2.0 and the apps work. But I didn't have another usb3.0 drive to test.
I ended up giving my cousin the Wii with HBC v.8 and telling him not to update until i figured it out.
Im having the same issue with a 8gb lexar.
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Try recompiling the apps with the latest devkit/libogc. They provide for a bit more support with USB drives. There's a thread here for the newer wiimotes, with a good few emulators already recompiled.
I have a WD 2.0 as well.
Originally Posted by playerkp420