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Thread: USB Loader GX Not finding USB drive

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    Okay, I'll give that a shot. But it seems that the HDD I have is listed as compatible so I didn't think that would be an issue, but who knows.

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    D2x v8 has been known to be problematic for a few drives. V9 beta fixed those issues.

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    I installed d2x v9 with WiiMod and it gives a different error in USB Loader GX but still doesn't work. Now instead of freezing at 11 seconds, it goes to 10 seconds, lags, then goes to -1 second, lags, then displays the same message about not being able to find a usb device

    I made sure after that the partition was primary (which it wasn't before) and that didn't seem to change anything.

    Perhaps the drive isn't compatible, although it is listed as so.

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    Is your drive also set to active? (y/n)
    And you still have a wbfs folder correct? (y/n)
    Last edited by angelsosa; 08-21-2012 at 09:03 PM.

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    The drive actually wasn't set to active. So this morning I set it to active and tried again but no luck: same error.

    and yes the wbfs folder is there and the file was added via the wii backup manager

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    Try this:
    1) Insert your SD Card into your pc
    2) Download this PACKAGE which will test the directories in your file structure
    3) Read the instructions after extracting the package file.
    4) Report here in the format presented in the walkthrough of the file.

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    Alright, here's the list for the SD card:

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    I went ahead and ran it for the usb drive in question too just in case that could be helpful as well:

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    Did it also create an apps directory listing as well?
    The other pop-ups that occurred were different directories in it, such as apps, wbfs, and games lol. Check for those files in the new folder created.
    Last edited by angelsosa; 08-22-2012 at 11:21 AM.

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    Hmm no, it seems the .bat file only creates a listing for where it's at.

    Do you need to see the apps one?

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    Did you download the FileDirCheckv2.0rev1.zip? That one contains a .exe. Lol... LINK!

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