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    Well, I am gonna try what I suggested. If I can't get into Priiloader anymore, I will remove my USB HDD, put the BootMii files on my SD Card, load BootMii, from there go to the System Menu, and from there uninstall the BootMii file in Priiloader.

    EDIT: I am currently formatting my NTFS partition of 100 GB (as preparation for my GameCube games ) to FAT32, which is gonna take a while. Hopefully UNEEK works with a 100 GB FAT32 partition. If so, I can store enough GameCube games. 32 GB would fail...
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    make sure you select the partition as primary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    make sure you select the partition as primary
    Yes. But it's only on 23% now, after 10 minutes, so it's gonna take a while before it's finished.

    EDIT:
    To everyone with Windows, and who wants to format a FAT32 partition with more than 32 GB:
    Make an NTFS partition of more than 32 GB. Let it format, okay, it's done.
    Open the Command Prompt (run:cmd), and enter the line: format L: FS:/FAT32, where L is the drive letter of the NTFS partition.
    It will ask you for the name of the partition. Enter the name, click on Enter, accept that all data will be lost, and wait for it to finish. And this takes a damn long time, I tell you.
    Last edited by BandicootAddicted; 07-28-2010 at 01:41 AM.

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    why dont you use easeus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    why dont you use easeus
    Easeus? Is that a format application like Partition Magic? Partition Magic is not free, so I don't know if Easeus is free?

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    Easeus is free for the home edition. Takes about 5 -10 seconds to format. Also the cmd format doesn't work for some drives and as you mentioned takes forever.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Easeus is free for the home edition. Takes about 5 -10 seconds to format. Also the cmd format doesn't work for some drives and as you mentioned takes forever.
    Okay, with the Command Prompt, it did take forever, but at least my FAT 32 drive has 100 GB now.
    Now I only need to test SNEEK/UNEEK since I've been busy today.

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    I seem to have some tough luck... All the files that you need for UNEEK are on my SD card and USB device, I have checked the NAND and it's working with Triiforce (and yes, it's a fresh NAND, a dump via BootMii when I started hacking), and still my Wii DVD drive shows a blue light that is flashing. If I replace the armboot with the one from BootMii, BootMii shows up. Then I use the SNEEK installer again, the armoot is replaced, the installer checks everything and says it's fine, but still my DVD drive flashes. Don't know if it's something with my USB device, though.

    My first partition is FAT32 of 100 GB, set to active and primary, my second partition is NTFS of 180 GB for Wii games, and my third one is another NTFS partition of 680 GB for all sorts of PC back-ups. Maybe UNEEK is having trouble with loading a FAT32 partition of 100 GB?

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    wait a few days until crediar releases the new installer... the guide will be changed and updated....with r110(so you dont need to update again the new sneek has a lot of improvements)

    ANYTHING YOU DO FOR NOW YOUR ON YOUR OWN...

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    Hehe, okay. Seems like I have to wait for the new installer to try the Priiloader installing thingy...
    Why does waiting always takes so damn long...?*sigh*

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