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    USB Loader GX & FAT partition

    Newbie question: Is a fat/fat32 partition required for and external hard drive using USB loader GX? I thought I read something somewhere that it is required for box and disc art.

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    The HDD needs to be WBFS.... not FAT32 / FAT

    the sd card that you have in the wii needs to FAT32



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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_s View Post
    Newbie question: Is a fat/fat32 partition required for and external hard drive using USB loader GX? I thought I read something somewhere that it is required for box and disc art.

    Thanks
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    A FAT32 partition on the USB disk is definitely not required; by default that content is stored on your SD card. If I understand correctly though, it is possible to setup a FAT32 partition on your harddisk to store such content on instead of on the USB; in fact the newest releases can load games from FAT32 if they're stored as .wdfs files so you don't necessarily need a WDFS partition anymore.

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