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    USB Loader GX and a Kingston Datatraveler 200 64GB issue

    Hi guys, this is my first post so i'll apologize beforehand for any mistakes,

    first of all i have browsed the forum for a answer but with no luck, i have softmodded my Wii with Mauifrogs guide, and downloaded the app pack with Usb loader GX, Wiiflow ect. and all is good (top marks for making a idiot walkthrough to, that REALLY helped.)
    Anyway the issue i'm having is that i have a Kingston Datatraveler 200 64GB data stick (which the compatibility guide said was ok) formatted to FAT32 with a WBFS folder for games.... I started to add games which was great, but when ever i get to 4 games all is well, however the 5,6,7,8 ect transfer but immediately disappear when i remove the datastick? the folder remains but the .WBFS file vanishes. i safely remove the drive, oh and i'm using Wii game manager to transfere files to my Datastick.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    maybe the rips you are using are bad. Can you try installing #5, 6, and 7 as the first, second, and third game and see if it works? or if it still fails on those isos?

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    Hi LLaffer,

    yeah thats the strange thing all the WBFS files work IF there the first 4 loaded, its almost like it gets to 4 roms and doesn't want to know any more, i am using the fat32 with Wbfs folder.... maybe a Wbfs format with wii isos may work?

    the WBFS files physically disappear when plugged into the wii i check again on the pc and the folders are empty?
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    FAT32 is what is recommended. Which program are you using to install the games?

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    Just the standard wii game manager, ISO to WBFS, ive tried extracting direct to the drive & extracting to the desktop and copy/pasting to the drive to no avail, wondering if the problem is with the datastick.

    sorry for double post,

    also if it helps the game #4,5,6 covers will appear on the usb loader screen but when clicked blank screen and reset to homescreen, tested on pc and the WBFS file is gone.
    Last edited by nightstah; 05-03-2013 at 12:17 PM.

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    Sorry or not, the "EDIT" button broke, your finger, or simply don't care? Your posts will be merged, please knock it off.

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    warning noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playfullgorilla View Post
    Just the standard wii game manager, ISO to WBFS, ive tried extracting direct to the drive & extracting to the desktop and copy/pasting to the drive to no avail, wondering if the problem is with the datastick.

    sorry for double post,

    also if it helps the game #4,5,6 covers will appear on the usb loader screen but when clicked blank screen and reset to homescreen, tested on pc and the WBFS file is gone.
    What exactly is a standard wii game manager? I know of at least 4 different ways to get an iso into a hard drive. Some work better than others in general. some work better depending on the operating system and hard drive format.

    EXACTLY -- which one are you using?

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    Its called "Wii game manager V1.5"

    i am using windows vista home edition.
    and its a Kingston Datatraveler 200 64GB stick formatted to Fat32 using EaseUS partition master, with a WBFS folder for games

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    I recommend Wii Backup Manager (which likely is one of the programs in the FAT32 guide if you read it).

    Links to where to download it and a guide for how to use it: http://url.llaffer.com/wiibm Guide: http://goo.gl/XOpp

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