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    Uloader does not recognize Fat32 partition

    I recently bought a 1.5Tb WD Elements hd. I formatted it as follows: 100Gb wbfs, 300gb fat32, and the rest is ntfs.

    I am trying to use uloader 5.1d for its nand emulation. When I start up uloader it recognizes the games on the wbfs partition, but nothing on the fat32 partition. I can boot up the games on the wbfs partition fine, but with no nand emulation from usb.

    I cannot even see any of the games on the Fat32 partition.

    Basically uloader is not recognizing that there is a fat32 partition even there.

    Please help.

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    Fat32(32kb clusters)
    Set it to active....

    what games you have on the fat32 partition....uloader only supports .ciso format(wii games) of fat32

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    Fat32 partition is formated to 32kb clusters. I also tried 64.

    I use configurable usb loader for all games except rock band 2. I want to use uloader for its nand emulation. I have 3 sd cards full of dlc for that game and I wan't to put them on my hard drive. I assumed that the nand folder should be on the fat32 partition. (I couldn't figure out how to put it on the wbfs partition.) This leads me to believe that uloader is not reading anything on the fat32 partition.

    When I start uloader it does not show fat next to dvd. Also does not show up in the game config.

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    try setting it to primary...see if it makes difference ..maybe it doesnt like your hdd...i started using uloader for nand emulation when i swapped to the whole hdd to fat32...

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    I have (had) the same problem. I fixed it by giving the WD 1.5TB HD the finger, and buying a seagate 500gig HD.
    Works great. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha11x3 View Post
    I recently bought a 1.5Tb WD Elements hd. I formatted it as follows: 100Gb wbfs, 300gb fat32, and the rest is ntfs.

    I am trying to use uloader 5.1d for its nand emulation. When I start up uloader it recognizes the games on the wbfs partition, but nothing on the fat32 partition. I can boot up the games on the wbfs partition fine, but with no nand emulation from usb.

    I cannot even see any of the games on the Fat32 partition.

    Basically uloader is not recognizing that there is a fat32 partition even there.

    Please help.

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    same problem here exept that i am trying to install WiiWare/VC on the fat32.
    i formated my WD Home Edition 2tb so i have:

    * 1 wbfs 500gb
    * 1 FAT32 300gb 32kb clusters, primary and active
    * 1 ntfs 300gb
    the rest is unformated

    does it have something to say which program you use to format the drive???

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    i had the same, but i only had 1 partition(fat32) , installing hermes latest cios (222,223,224) fixed it for me.
    make sure u follow the directions exactly like the guides tell u 2

    also dont use the forwarder untill u know it works when u start the app through homebrew, u might have the wrong forwarder/channel

    btw i also have waninkokos rev 20b installed on 4.3e

    VERY IMPORTANT
    also, make a folder called "nand" onthe root of your hdd, inside that folder create a folder called "install", and put a wiiware WAD file in there
    when u run it now it wil auto install the wad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baatobaat View Post
    i had the same, but i only had 1 partition(fat32) , installing hermes latest cios (222,223,224) fixed it for me.
    make sure u follow the directions exactly like the guides tell u 2
    what guide did you follow??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suliskongen View Post
    what guide did you follow??
    this one for hermes http://www.wiihacks.com/wii-custom-s...installer.html

    for the other one i downloaded this : QuickJump Downloads
    to install it refer to the README included
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baatobaat View Post
    btw i also have waninkokos rev 20b installed on 4.3e
    how did you install that?

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