Ah so FAT32 is better than WBFS now? I haven't been around for a while just reading the emails from subscribed threads. I guess it is time to redo my HD.
Originally Posted by SNES_Master
It has been for several years.
Well I joined in 2010 and haven't changed my setup for several years. So if I want GC, Wii, N64, etc. Could I have my HD like this:
Or how would I do that?
Gamecube isos should be in /games for the best compatibility with most usb loaders.
My Wii wbfs are in /wbfs.
So if I use USB Loader GX (I assume it is still the best, but I don't know so please correct me if I'm wrong) how should I setup my file system? Even after 3 years of modding I still don't know much.
Your file system? You mean the way files are stored on you USB?
Yeah. I now know FAT32 with 32KB cluster, but how can I set it up in a way that I could possibly only need the one HD for everything. I'm sorry that this is getting a bit off topic.
I have been trying all day to get Dios Mios 2.10 to work.
Lite works, and has worked but I just can't seem to figure out the issue with regular.
I'm using a Western Digital My Book Essential 2TB hard drive which is on the compatibility list and confirmed to be working (at least with DM2.5).
I created a partition which is primary, active, the first partition, and formatted to fat32 with 32kb clusters (and I did use the notepad trick to make sure it was 32kb).
I can get USBloader GX to recognize that the games are there and have tried to get them to work using both r1213 and r1215.
I have also installed DM2.10 by doing a "clean install" (Installed over default v10 mios).
I'm honestly at a loss for what to do at this point. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Yes. Fat32 with 32kb cluster will work for everything and more, granted that you are using the most recent applications and have updated IOSs.
Noob question coming your way. How do I check for updates with my IOSs. I know how to install them (phew lol) but checking for updates? Is there a Homebrew app that tells me their version?