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    Did that. Still, it doesn't work for me...

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    Try setting it up on the usb devcice without the sd card

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Try setting it up on the usb devcice without the sd card
    That's the problem. My USB device is NTFS and there is noway I can reformat it. I have everything on it (about 1.3 TB of data). I can't reformat it. Specially that I have very big files on it and you know that FAT32 has a file size limit.
    Anyway, I'll try to search for a way to create a FAT 32 partition without formatting the whole drive. That's the only way. I'll report back when I get home to do this...

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    Have u tried the nand on the USB device?

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    I will try it once I get home. I just don't know if I can create a FAT32 partition on my HDD without erasing the data from it.

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    No i mean it can be used on an ntfs device, i use fat 32 in the guide because i believe its the best way to have the wii setup without the sd card but i have had it working properly other ways
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    I'm baacckkkk, I gave up on making gamecube games work on this hard-drive, just going to wait til I can get a hard-drive which works with both.
    However, I've got a few issues: The first is that miis cannot be found. If a game uses miis, it will not load.
    Secondly, when pressing home then return to home menu, wiiflow crashes and my wii needs a hard-reset.
    Finally, my extra wads cannot be found on emu nand channel.
    I'm using two nands, one in a folder named nand, one just copied straight into the root file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    No i mean it can be used on an ntfs device, i use fat 32 in the guide because i believe its the best way to have the wii setup without the sd card but i have had it working properly other ways
    That's great to know. I added the "nand" folder and the "wiiflow" folder to the root of the USB device. I hope that's right. Now when I open the wiiflow and try to change the game partition, I can't. There is only SD. No USB at all.
    So, I will remove everything and start from scratch...

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    How dumb am I? I attached the HDD to the wrong USB and that's why it wasn't showing. Anyway, I attached it now to the right one. It shows all the wbfs games that I have, but none of the nand games. Am I supposed to put the "nand" folder in the root of the HDD or get all the folders outside the "nand" and put them directly on the root. Also, does it make a difference if "nand" is in small letters or capital letters?

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    It can be fussy, sometimes the nand has to be in the folder on the root sometimes out but i always name it "nand" in lower case letters

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