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    Question Unable to mount

    Hey this is my first thread so sorry for the noobieness lol
    I have tried to install bootmii, DVDX, and the homebrew channel using bannerbomb. I can install the homebrew channel and dvdx ok but i cant install bootmii, it just says "mounting SD card. . . FAILED (-1)."
    I am on wii version 4.1e sadly, have backed up my nand (ages ago) have a 16gb kingston SD card, you know what they say the bigger the sd card...

    Also is does homebrew channel/ bootmii work well on wii 4.1e or do i have to downgrade? If so please could you tell me how.

    thanks to anybody who helps!!! love you XD joke, unless ur a girl then im not joking

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    Retired WiiHacks Staff ShadowSonic2's Avatar
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    Is it a SDHC card?
    You could try using a SD card (not a SDHC Card) but before that try:
    1) Reformatting the sd card to FAT32 format
    2) If that doesn't work try this tool:
    sdfv2003.exe

    3)If that doesn't work its probably the card.

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    Sd cards can get flakey.
    Nity says that you can use a SDHC card up to 32GB, But that does not mean it can be used for HBC stuff.
    A standard SD card 4GB and under is your best bet for HBC.
    PLEASE SEARCH, READ, AND THINK BEFORE DOING ANYTHING.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wiidoggii View Post
    Sd cards can get flakey.
    Nity says that you can use a SDHC card up to 32GB, But that does not mean it can be used for HBC stuff.
    A standard SD card 4GB and under is your best bet for HBC.
    I tried to use a 4GB kingston brand SDHC card but it wouldnt mount either so I fell back to and old 512 MB USB flash drive. Ill update that very soon. Might even return the SDHC and get a big USB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowSonic2 View Post
    Is it a SDHC card?
    You could try using a SD card (not a SDHC Card) but before that try:
    1) Reformatting the sd card to FAT32 format
    2) If that doesn't work try this tool:
    sdfv2003.exe

    3)If that doesn't work its probably the card.


    The format tool in 2) worked fine for me, on a 16 GB kingston SDHC card.

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