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Thread: Suddenly uLoader can't read my Hd/mem stick/others...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    If it works after you plug it in, that means the hd is asleep before you unplug it and plug it back in. You need to change the settings from your pc using the manufactures utility software of your hd. Also usually it only works on the usb closest to the rim. What system menu are you on?

    What about the pen drive? That does not spin down, can you format it from the loader?
    ***Thanks once more time to the reply...I'm happy that you(and other colleagues) are helping me!***

    But...i think the problem is more harder to solve than I can imagine...

    This morning, I had to unplug, plug HD, and after restart wii several times: seems not work again...then some more restarts and unplugs, and then came back to work (as I saw before), BUT:

    I formated my pendrive on pc(and can't find a way in wiiflow, like uloader and usbloader gx doesn't work) and put only one game plug the pen, turn off wii then on and Wiiflow didn't recognize...so I unplug and plug....tcharammmmm....works...

    So, this should prove that it's not related to hdd spin down (do you agreee with me or yet could be the hdd spin down?)

    The most strange, is when I'm in Homebrew channel and then unplug SD card, immediatly the HD(or pen drive) starts to blink the act led (findind apps I think), and if I start WiiFlow, can't recognze, and I have to unplug and plug once.

    I have a Wii with serial that starts with LU53...System Menu 3.2u...D2CKey modchip.
    Last edited by alexspires; 11-19-2009 at 01:53 AM. Reason: added my wii serial

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscjunkie View Post
    You are not alone....I am having the same problem and nothing seems to fix it. I have seen this problem at several forums and nobody has any ideas on how to fix it.
    Ohh...I made a lot of searches on google and see some had problem and solved made some ios change for instance. I did, but no success.

    So, you and me are the ones that I found that cant solve. Is good, because we can try all the posibles solutions together. Did you tried all that I did with your wii? wich system menu you are, wich cios rev you've installed?

    Bad, if you already try and can't solved yet, but I'M WITH FAIT that the people from wiihacks.com will find a way to fix!

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    Compare your three drives to this usb compatibility list. Some devices just don't work well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexspires View Post
    Ohh...I made a lot of searches on google and see some had problem and solved made some ios change for instance. I did, but no success.

    So, you and me are the ones that I found that cant solve. Is good, because we can try all the posibles solutions together. Did you tried all that I did with your wii? wich system menu you are, wich cios rev you've installed?

    Bad, if you already try and can't solved yet, but I'M WITH FAIT that the people from wiihacks.com will find a way to fix!
    I am on system 4.2.....was using IOS249 rev 14 and everything was working fine. Started to try and get mario to work by trying other USB loader programs and started running in to problems. Now the hard drive won't be read by any program. I tried installing IOS 222 and still nothing.....tried getting a new SD card and nothing.....tried going back through the hacking process of the Wii and got nothing. I am out of ideas so I hope you come up with something that can help me.

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    Could having more than one USB loader on a Wii cause some type of conflict?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscjunkie View Post
    Could having more than one USB loader on a Wii cause some type of conflict?
    No, it should cause no issues. Check the compatibility list for your drive.
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    My hard drive is on the list and it says it works flawlessly with USB loaders. So that isn't the cause of the problems. Any other ideas?
    Last edited by uscjunkie; 11-19-2009 at 01:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscjunkie View Post
    My hard drive is on the list and it says it works flawlessly with USB loaders. So that isn't the cause on the problems. Any other ideas?
    Sure, delete the partition and let the usbloader create the wbfs partition for you. Make sure you use the outer usb port at the edge of wii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Sure, delete the partition and let the usbloader create the wbfs partition for you. Make sure you use the outer usb port at the edge of wii.
    I tried that but if the loader doesn't detect the hard drive then how can it format it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscjunkie View Post
    I tried that but if the loader doesn't detect the hard drive then how can it format it?
    If the loader does not detect the hard drive it probably never will. Try to load the usbloader gx without the drive pluged in, then it will count down- plug the drive in.
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