The link to download them is in my signature and in the guide on page 1 of this thread.
no I didn't read the guide, I was going by another guide and some of this guide. should of read it all first. i'll try this later. thanks
Originally Posted by llaffer
Do not mix and match guides, that's a recipe for FAIL. You don't wanna be a FAILER now, do ya? Read this entire guide --- all of it --- a few times --- before you ever undertake this.
Really need help! dios mios lite
I can not run any game Gametsube. All that do not resort to such an error "all error app entry is not white the apploader" I do it through Transcend SDHC 32GB Class 4, all other manipulations on the Wii - it eats)
If you download the shows write-but then turns and says dvd rom drive error. You think maybe he is looking for a license? Pop in a game of gamecube runs the game that put the (((
in settings disable "no drive" - the same
The problem is in the card, or even what you need to put Ios?
Did you read the guide that you replied to and follow it?
What load (and version) are you using? What version of DML did you install? What format is your SD card? (any reason you are using SD over USB and DM?)
I have a simpler question. Why in the world are you posting this in the DM guide, rather than the DML guide? Two different animals... DML would be correct (this guide isn't meant for SDHC, it's meant for USB).
Load USBLoaderGX_v3.0_IOS249 , neogamma r54
DML 2.2 or 2.10 the same
Fat32...32k tried 64k
Here's the other day lost usb flash drive, so makes sense to buy not know yet ...
I could not find (I'm writing an interpreter)
Neogamma is garbage for DML. It was good 16 months ago, but hasn't really been updated since. Which revision of USB Loader GX? "3.0" is also pretty old, there has been various beta "r" versions to enable the newer DM/DML features.
For SD card, FAT32 with 64k clusters should work (and was recommended at one time, not sure if that is still the case). For USB, 32k clusters are required.
I have links to three USB Loaders in my signature that all should work with the latest version of DM/DML.
By the way, here's a simple command for Linux users to format your USB partition with 32k clusters. Took me some time to figure this out, so I thought posting this info here might save some people that hassle. Just run this as root in a terminal:
# mkfs.msdos -F 32 -S 512 -s 64 /dev/sdXX
Replace /dev/sdXX with your desired partition. Probably something like /dev/sdb1 There are numerous ways to find out a partition's identifier. If you're unsure, run this as root:
# fdisk -l
Not quite sure what to say about that since I'm not a linux user. Interestingly, you can also use the Windows Command Prompt to format your USB too. I tried to do this with a 250 GB HDD, but after it took 6 hours to format, I got a message saying that Windows can only format drives less than 4GB to FAT32. What a load of bullocks! Of course, I never found out a way to fix it through windows and so used EaseUS.
I think most people who come here are Windows users (notwithstanding most everybody are in windows users), but I suppose I should append that to the guide.