Hi I modded my wii a long time ago using the older mod from this link http://www.wiihacks.com/tutorial-arc...d-any-wii.html.
Now I'm wondering, if I may have happened to accidently reformat my hard drive and try and reformat it using your guide, will it still load the games just fine like it did before, or do you recommend me re-moding?
Is there a reason wii game manager won't run or open on my computer? I've followed ever step up to opening the game manager, but when I click on the download to open it, it says there is no program that runs it. what do I do?
I just used this guide and I'm having issues trying to safely remove my USB HDD. It is impossible when I set it active, as explorer.exe and the system are tied to it.
May I ask why exactly must I do the 8th step in chapter 1? This one:
8) Set drive as active
* Right click your hard drive
* Set active
* Click ok
Why is this necessary?
I am using a WD 500GB passport (white model) along with windows 7 x64.
So, I bought a 32gb Sandisk Cruzer Flash Drive today. It's already in the FAT32 build. Should I reformat it anyway?
Cuddles, everywhere. 'Nuff Said.
Which one of these programs can I extract the wbfs files from a wbfs formatted external HDD to my fat32 external hdd.
I've got a problem with the USB drive, I'm using a sandisk 16 gig USB drive. I know this USB works because I've had it working with Mario Galaxy 2 and Modern Warfare 3.
I ended up using it for an Xbox to transfer DLC, in order to use the USB drive on the Xbox I had to let the Xbox reformat the USB drive so the Xbox can read it. I made a back up of my games I had on there, used it for the Xbox and then tried to set it back up for the Wii.
Every time I use Configurable USB Loader it says "Error partition not found" something about raw data not supported, I followed this guide like I did when I originally set it up, but I must be missing something.
When I use Easeus Partition Manager Home Edition I do not get the option to "delete" the USB partition like I originally had when I first set the drive up, I was thinking maybe just formatting it into FAT32 would work but it's not.
Sorry for the long post, thanks for your time!