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    Whats this got to do with setting up a wbfs hdd?


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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    Whats this got to do with setting up a wbfs hdd?
    I just want to know, how to have a shortcut access to USB loader GX without having to use HomeBrew Channel everytime I want to use the loader. I know it is off the topic but I think it is still related in some ways. Can someone help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n-riel View Post
    I just want to know, how to have a shortcut access to USB loader GX without having to use HomeBrew Channel everytime I want to use the loader. I know it is off the topic but I think it is still related in some ways. Can someone help me?
    Make sure you have the required cIOS' installed and that they have the correct base. Uninstall the .WAD USBLoader GX channel you installed and update to the latest version (2.3)
    Link to download: USBLoader GX V2.3 AllinOnePackage IOS249

    Required cIOS/IOS': ISO58(USB), cIOS236(Required to install cIOS') and the d2x cIOS' (i.e: 249)
    d2x installation guide: d2x cIOS installation guide
    Last edited by G4Oblivion; 10-27-2011 at 08:45 AM.

    Wii: Mario Kart Wii Bundle (Black, 4.3U), SM: 4.1U, HBC: v1.0.8,
    cIOS: d2x v8 beta (r41), Priiloader: Priiloader v0.7, SDHC: SanDisk Ultra 16GB Class 6,
    USB HDD: Seagate Expansion 500GB (ST905004EXA101-RK), Loader: USB Loader GX r1147

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    Hello Guys,
    i hope u can help me with this problem.
    My 500 gb disk is formated with WBFS.
    i loaded it and i can see it. So i installed some games with the wbfs manager 3.0 on my windows.
    every thing goes smooth.
    i disconnected it from my pc and connected it to my wii and played the games. everything works fine.
    i want to add more games, so i connected it to my pc again and the drive up does not show any more.
    i went to diskmanager and i see that the drive is set as not partitioned (unallocated).

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    Did you try opening WBFS Manager to see if it shows there? I never used WBFS but I'm assuming Windows might not be seeing because it's a weird format.

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    yes i did that also but i dont see it.
    what method are u using to play games on the hd?

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    NTFS Hard Drive so I can still use it for my Windows stuff. I prefer to use NTFS or FAT32 for USB Loading because the Hard Drive can still work fine on your PC and it stores the Wii games like any other file on the hard drive. NTFS has all the advantages of WBFS and more.

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    so i can leave it ntfs and just put the iso games in it and my wii will reconize it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theeselhi View Post
    so i can leave it ntfs and just put the iso games in it and my wii will reconize it?
    Yes. It's not drag and drop but just like how there's a Manager for WBFS, there's a manager for NTFS. It's called Wii Backup Manager. Just plug in your NTFS Hard Drive, when you load the app, you can choose your hard drive and add games using it.

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    There is no reason for you to reformat since you already have games loaded, windows wont recognise it but thats not an issue really. In WBFS manager select your drive letter and select load drive, it should then just show all you games listed as you would have seen previously.

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