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Thread: wiiflow "disc_setusb failed" error after switching to FAT32

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    wiiflow "disc_setusb failed" error after switching to FAT32

    So until now I've been using a WBFS formatted 16gb flash drive and used a combination of WiiFlow and WBFS Manager 3.0 to manage my games. It's been working perfectly.

    I needed more room so I set up an external 1TB HDD with 2 partitions (1 FAT32, 250gb and 1 NTFS, remaining space -- approx 640gb)

    - loaded games onto FAT32 partition with Wii Backup Manager (because it supports fat32/ntfs partitions)
    - connected hdd to wii
    - loaded wiiflow
    - wiiflow asked to select the game partition
    - i selected FAT1
    - it showed all the games
    - when i started one, i got this error: disc_setusb failed

    If I disconnect the external HDD and reconnect 16gb thumb drive w/WBFS partition, everything works fine.

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    What version of WiiFlow are you using? upgrade to 2.1 or 2.2beta
    What version of cIOS249 are you using? you need cIOS249 r19 or higher
    Is FAT32 partition active and pri?
    Last edited by riger; 10-16-2010 at 10:31 AM.
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    WiiFlow 2.2 Beta
    cIOS249 rev17
    FAT32 partition is not primary or active -- should it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by riger View Post
    you need cIOS249 r19 or higher
    According to this, it says I need Hermes cIOS222/223 OR rev19 to use FAT32. I just installed Hermes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    **FAT32 USB Loading will only work with Hermes cIOS222/223 or with cIOSx Rev 19 or 20**

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    Since you're quoting Krank straight from his post in the guide you are supposed to be following, would it be too much to ask you to read said guide? It's obvious you are not, if you're asking these questions (as they're answered there).


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