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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharen

    I can confirm these issues, however, AFTER doing what thestas said in his post (downloading the Seagate application and setting the auto-shutoff to never), the drive works perfectly.

    Here are my drive specifics;

    Brand: Seagate
    Model: STAA1000101
    Color: Black
    USB 3.0/2.0
    1TB
    Drive Format: WBFS
    CFG USB Loader
    Firmware: 4.1U
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    Last edited by narse1979; 09-09-2011 at 12:18 PM. Reason: removed external non sensical link

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    Cool Update to 1TB list

    in the list of compadiable 1TB external HDS the Seagate Freeagent Goflex 9ZF2A5-500 was not on there.I went and played around with it some and found out that it is compadiable you just got to set it up alittle different. Just take and plug in the HD to the wii run the configureable USBLoader and go and tryto open a game file on the hard drive. you will get a message saying that the hD parition is not formated in a reconizable file. go back and you will see the option to format partions to wfsb pick the first partion and click format. it will now be formated to where the wii will reconize it. Warning when you plug into your PC to put a game to it u will get a message saying the HD is not formated in a reconized format do u want to format. Hit cancel. open up your wiibackup manager and put your game files on the hd like usule.

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    Size: 320 GB
    Brand:
    Toshiba Canvio Basics Portable
    Model:
    E05A032BAU2XK
    Format: Out of the box is NTFS, formatted to FAT32
    Firmware/Softmod: 4.3u, used mauifrog's Softmod any Wii guide.
    Loader: CFG USB Loader
    Working/Not Working: Working!


    Played Xenoblade Chronicles, Super Mario Galaxy, Mario Kart and a few others, all worked great.


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    Last edited by narse1979; 10-07-2011 at 12:51 AM.

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    Size:16GB
    Brand: Dane-Elec USB Flash Drive
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    Enclosure:
    Format: formatted to WSFB
    Firmware/Softmod: softmod
    Loader: CFG USB Loader
    Working/Not Working: Working

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    WBFS? FAT? NTFS? Loader used?
    Sorry guys not sure how i didn't get the notify.
    From my post for this one:
    Corsair Flash Voyager 32 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
    Model: CMFUSB2.0-32GB
    I tested with WBFS, Configurable USB loader and USB loader GX 2.0.
    My Wii : FW 3.3u w/ d2x v7final, base 56
    USB Loader GX 2.3 under IOS249 (rev 21007)

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    Size: 4Gb
    Brand: Transcend
    Model: JetFlash®V30

    Enclosure:
    Format: FAT32
    Firmware/Softmod: 4.3U/SOFTMOD
    Loader: CFG
    Working/Not Working
    : Works Great, without any problems (used it for more than one hour, game was in wbfs format)
    Last edited by djtrickz; 10-31-2011 at 07:34 PM.




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    Size: 500GB
    Brand: Samsung
    Model: M2 Portable (HX-M500UAB)
    Enclosure: -
    Format: WBFS/FAT32/NTFS
    Firmware/Softmod: 4.1U, modded with mauifrog softmod any wii guide
    Loader: USB Loader GX
    Working/Not Working: Working perfectly

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    Size:8 gb
    Brand: Geek Squad
    Model: not sure but it is a usb flash drive
    Enclosure:N/A
    Format: have only tested with WBFS format loading .iso files using WBFS Manager 3.0

    Softmod: Mauifrog's guide found here http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-faqs-guides-tutorials-only/60921-guide-softmod-any-wii.html
    Firmware:4.3u
    Loader:cfg usb loader
    Working
    : no problems so far

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    Size: 1TB
    Brand: Buffalo
    Model: HD-HXU3
    Enclosure:N/A
    Format: WBFS and separately tested FAT32, formatted by WMBS Manager 4.0 and Wii Game Manager 1.5
    (4+ tests)
    Softmod: Mailbomb, HB, ios update instructions found on the wiki for cfg usb loader.
    Firmware:4.3u
    Loader:cfg usb loader
    Not Working
    : Loader won't look at the 2nd disk on the USB device.

    Details:

    Connecting this device to a USB 3.0, or lower, port will open two disks. The first is a utilities drive that is read-only and less than a gig. The 2nd disk formats to ~930GB. These aren't partitions; they are separate disks on the same device. The first drive can be updated with a firmware update, and has simple tools for formatting, copying, backups, ramdisk, and setting the AES encryption. AES can be on or off, but when its on, only a windows PC can execute the tool to access the drive while encrypted, so it won't work on linux et al. It is in decrypted mode, so the 2nd disk automatically mounts with the first on various system types. Cfg USB Loader only picks up the first drive on the device, the utils drive. It seems that multiple USB drives can't be connected? If I could get the firmware drive to connect last, or not connect at all, then it would be fine. (I think) Any help?

    edit: They're not partitions. When using the Disk Management tool in Win7, it shows up as two "Disk #", which happen to be 6 & 7. 6 comes up as the utilities disk, is read-only, and ejectable. Ejecting it, I can safely remove hardware (leaving the power connected to the Buffalo) and plug the USB into the Wii and start the Wii. The Wii doesn't detect a drive connected; the partition list is all empty. Cold reset of the Buffalo, the Wii detects the utilities disk again, and only that disk. A USB multi-card reader would probably behave the same way. The two disks, 6 & 7, are up that high because 2 3 4 & 5 belong to a Kingston FCR-HS3, which I have no hope for success on the Wii. But it would have been cool. Maybe I should post on the cfgusbloader site and get them to include the functionality to select different drives.
    Last edited by Cameron87; 11-19-2011 at 07:58 PM.

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    Size: 250GB
    Brand: LaCie
    Model: Design by F.A. Porsche (7200rpm drive, USB2.0, Model#: 300728U)
    HDD Format: WBFS (single partition), loading ISO files with WBFS Manager v3
    Firmware/Softmod: 4.3E, softmodded using SmashStack and SciiFii
    Loader: USB Loader GX
    --Working--

    This is a desktop drive with a power supply (I've had problems with USB-powered portable drives dropping connection in the middle of file transfers so I tend to stay away from those). Finished several games playing off this hard drive. No problems whatsoever. This was a good hard drive for its time, it's good to still have a use for it long after its been replaced by a 2TB drive on my PC. Long live my sweet little LaCie drive.

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