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Thread: Loading and Playing Wii Backup Games from USB HDD (softmod only)

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    Hi, I have a question. I softmodded my Wii using Maui's guide. I use USB loaderGX. I copied Super Mario Bros. to the HDD. But when I play it, it stops after about 5 mins playing. When I put the disc in the Wii and try to play it from the disc channel the same thing happens. Before softmodding I played the game without any problems from the disc. Does anyone have a solution? Thank you!!

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    FAT1 not found

    i have done a few wii's so far, and 2 of them have this same issue (both were 4.3's). when i start cfg loader, first error i get is "FAT1 not found". i press "A" to select a partition, then i select P#1 and everything loads like normal, but i have to do this every time i start cfg loader. i have the drive formatted as a WBFS and use the WBFS Manager to load the games, that all works fine, its just i have to select this partition every time i start a game, is there a way to resolve this?

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    It could be that you are using the FAT version of CFG or your config file is telling the loader to look for a FAT partition.

    Either reinstall the full version of CFG or edit your config file.

    Also, look in the global settings and see if you can set the IOS to boot the loader with IOS249.
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    Once you have selected a partition, press 1 twice, then 2. When you restart it should pick the right partition.
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    Who has used this? I'm am wondering what to do since, I have successfully softmodded my system, but a lot of games (that I burn to a disk) have a lot longer loading times, and have stuttering audio and visual stuff.

    Anybody else try doing this with their
    Wii system? Does it really help to make backups play normally?

    Just to be sure, all I need to do this is a
    USB HDD, such as the 500 GB WesternDigital USB HDD recommended in the guide? About how much do they cost? And after doing this, will you still need to burn games to disks in order to play them on a Wii?

    Sorry if these are dumb questions. I'd just like some quick answers about how it works and everything before reading the big guide and doing all of that. Thanks!

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    And once again, you failed to address the questions I asked when you posted (or rather, reposted this) to the proper section. Now go back and use the "EDIT" button to fix/address some things I asked about.

    Edit: it should be noted that optical backups (burned DVDs) will only load @ 3X as opposed to 6X of your original/retail media (the nature of the exploit used to softmod it). This would not affect USB HD loading speeds --- which would be greater/faster than 6X original/retail loading.
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    And once again, you failed to address the questions I asked when you posted (or rather, reposted this) to the proper section. Now go back and use the "EDIT" button to fix/address some things I asked about.

    What are you talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkjvhbf View Post
    And once again, you failed to address the questions I asked when you posted (or rather, reposted this) to the proper section. Now go back and use the "EDIT" button to fix/address some things I asked about.

    What are you talking about?
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    Hello,

    I have used CFG-USBLoader on my Wii and it backs up my games very quick. The problem I am having is I softmoded another Wii and it freezes when trying to back up a disc. It gets to about 61% and them stops. Is there a fix for this?

    Both of my Wiis are using a Seagate 320 gb usb 2.0 and a SanDisk 2 gd sd card. One Wii works perfect but the other is giving me problems.

    Help

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    @Allii - as the freezing problem occurs at about the same place, could be either a bad spot on the original game disc or a bad sector on the hard drive. Do the easier fix first-gently and carefully clean the game disc and try again. If that fails, follow this guide's instructions for chkdsk with repair. Good luck.

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