Virtual CD partition on Toshiba 640GB USB drive
I am beyond frustrated at this point. I have been using Configurable USB successfully for quite some time on my 8GB USB stick to play a couple of the games that have trouble being played on DVD (ie: Ghostbusters, NSMB). I got addicted to the ease of use, so I bought a nice big 640GB Toshiba USB drive to house all my games.
Um yeah. Stoopid thing doesn't work. Well it DOES, but not with Wii. I have tried every USB loader imaginable, nothing. Yes I have Hermes installed, yes I have the WBFS partition set to primary and active. I formatted to both FAT32 and NTFS before formatting to WBFS and STILL nothing. I am beginning to think I wasted $80. I mean WBFS works and the drive is seen by WBFS Manager and I can move games onto as if it DID work, but still get stack dump and ISI errors when I try to access it with a loader.
I believe the problem lies in the auto-booting virtual CD partition which ALSO shows as primary and active (I guess since it's a different type of partition), but I can't get RID of the stoopid thing. Can't fdisk it, no tools I've found work, nothing. Anybody else have any ideas? I normally don't ask for help as I've been able to sort through this stuff on my own before, but this has me stumped. Not to mention I doubt I can send the #$&(#*&ing thing back since I've messed with it so much.