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    Thanks dniMretsaM but i'm not sure if this answers my question as it is for formatting a usb hdd.
    Am i better to format using panasonic formatter to fat (which as i said i think is actually fat 16) and sticking with a 32kb cluster or go with easus partition manager format to fat 32 and select the maximum cluster size that allows (which is 16kb). (and if,as you say i follow this guide, to do a full format i should use the option to delete the card first??)
    I know all this may not be that important but i am trying to follow the guide exactly and I don't want to stuff up at the first step as i think once i start doing anything to my wii if something doesn't go to plan i will freak out! (well my kids will anyway if Mum kills their Christmas present!)

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    hi i really think this guide is good and want to give it a go but before i do im just wondering if this guide will allow me to play my backup games on disk or will it only allow me to play them from USB. thanks!
    Wii 1

    3.2E
    Softmii v2.1.1
    Bootmii as boot2
    Preloader .29
    Usbloader GX
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    wii 2
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    Banner Brick
    waiting on Drivekey to unbrick
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    wii 3
    4.2E
    Full brick

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    as far as i understand this will allow u to play backups from both usb and sd

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    The ability to play disc backups is based upon your drive. Newer drives cant play backups. See my newbies thread (signature) for details. Oh yeah, discs suck, fyi.

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    i finally got it done, it was more of a bottle issue than any thing else. i have a dead xbox 360 [rrod] with a 120gb drive on it, i can get that out ok, but are they compatible? ive looked through the list and no mention of xbox drives? i know about the partisioning and formatting and that, but has anyone tried one please?
    bluphant and skellinator thanx for your patients its appreciated

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    Thank for the guide I've used this guide so many times now and never failed until today and that was only with the "Neogamma" so I'm not exactly sure whether it's the gamma itself or something i done but if anyone else is having this problem then search in google neogamma wad and the first link on google download that and replace the neogamma wad in this pack with that and re do part 1 wad installs of this guide and only install that one wad that you've replaced (neogamme) and this should work fine for you hope i've helped and thanks again for this guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by tantimongoose
    Thanks dniMretsaM but i'm not sure if this answers my question as it is for formatting a usb hdd.
    Am i better to format using panasonic formatter to fat (which as i said i think is actually fat 16) and sticking with a 32kb cluster or go with easus partition manager format to fat 32 and select the maximum cluster size that allows (which is 16kb). (and if,as you say i follow this guide, to do a full format i should use the option to delete the card first??)
    I know all this may not be that important but i am trying to follow the guide exactly and I don't want to stuff up at the first step as i think once i start doing anything to my wii if something doesn't go to plan i will freak out! (well my kids will anyway if Mum kills their Christmas present!)
    It will be fine no matter which formatting tool you use. I honestly don't know exactly which options you need as I've never used either (I'm on a Linux machine). But if you do manage to mess up formatting you card, it won't harm your Wii. The worst thing that could happen would be that you have to hard boot the Wii and reformat the card.
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    Believe me, you can use ANYTHING to format it. I just right click it in windows and format - and that works perfectly.

    In fact, I'm making a program that formats USB drives...so as you can guess, it's really simple!

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    hey i need help...when i turn my wii on i get a black screen,but when i turn it on with the sd card in it it works fine...what to do?

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    Have updated my previously softmodded Wii using the updated guide, however now I am unable to download covers. Exception DSI error appears then wait 60 seconds to restart?

    Is there any fis to this yet, or am I forced to downgrade to previous softmod version?

    Many thanks to all the Wii modding enthusiasts. This site is full of great information.

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