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    Using hard drive instead of SD for box art covers

    How do I do this? I know you need to use a partition in your external, I have a WD My book. 500G. so I want to partition maybe 8-10 G. I know how to do all that but my question is, how do I get wiiflow to operate off the hard drive instead of SD? just curious as to how that all works and how it'll worm when i hook it up, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambit0014 View Post
    How do I do this? I know you need to use a partition in your external, I have a WD My book. 500G. so I want to partition maybe 8-10 G. I know how to do all that but my question is, how do I get wiiflow to operate off the hard drive instead of SD? just curious as to how that all works and how it'll worm when i hook it up, thanks!
    Create a FAT32 partition and set it as "active". The when you run WiiFlow, go to the settings and make sure it points to the USB. I think the first time you install WiiFlow it will save to the USB by default.

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    do i put anything in the fat32 partition?

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