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    Hi pop3008

    I have followed the softmod guide in this forum. The usb key did work in wbfs format. So I thought it would have no issue running in fat32 format

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    Try reformatting and re-ripping your games

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    Thanks for the quick reply
    Tried that as well, but no luck. Could it be a setting in usbloader itself?

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    Did u do a fresh install of the loader once you changed from wbfs?

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    Sorry about the late reply
    It didn't work on the original wii I was trying it on
    However I installed d2x version 10 on another wii and it worked. I also used a program called wbfs2fat32 so not sure if that helped or not

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    You need to make sure the usb loader is looking for a fat partition and not a wbfs partition, either by editing the config file or by doing a fresh install of usb loader

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    I can't get easeus to let me choose the 32KB cluster option. It only lets me choose 64KB. Is there a solution to this?

    Edit: It works fine with wii games under 64KB. I really want it to work with gamecube games as well.

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    Don't remove and recreate a new partition (you may have to do this once, but once you do, you don't have to do it again). Just tell it to Format the existing partition. Then you will get the option to format with 32k clusters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    Don't remove and recreate a new partition (you may have to do this once, but once you do, you don't have to do it again). Just tell it to Format the existing partition. Then you will get the option to format with 32k clusters.
    I've tried that multiple times and 32KB still doesn't show up. I've tried 3 different partition programs, 2 different computers. I've tried everything I can think of. I guess I'll have to try with linux.

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    I wonder if they moved something around with the latest version. I'll have to check this out when I have time.

    EDIT: I checked against my copy of EaseUS 9.3.0, and it seems to have not changed.

    Here is the screenshot of the program:

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    After selecting the external hard drive (I: in my case), I clicked the "Format" icon in the list of icons above it. It then opened the pop-up window shown.

    You can pick the drive name (doesn't matter), the format (FAT32), and the cluster size, where 32k is an option.

    After selecting that and saying OK, then applying the changes, the hard drive should be set for GameCube USB Loading.
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