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    Configurable USB Loader V6.0 Issue

    I have a softmod v4.2u and HBC is v1.08. The disc channel with SoftChipR102, and NeoGamma R8 Beta 15 has been installed as well, they are working fine.
    However, when I try to install the CFG USB Loader v6.0, it’s hard to get it to work, I follow the tutorial ( Ios236 - GAF's Wii Homebrew Tutorial, IOS249 - GAF's Wii Homebrew Tutorial, Hermes' Ios222/223 - GAF's Wii Homebrew Tutorial, and Usb Loader - GAF's Wii Homebrew Tutorial ) to install IOS236, IOS249 and IOS222/223 without any problem, and than setting the IOS222 as default, started up CFG USB Loader 6.0 in HBC, the loader could find the USB HDD and the NTFS1 partition, but it couldn’t find .ISO files which located in the wbfs folder.
    I have 500GB iomega Passport HDD and 500GB iomega External desktop HDD, the compatibility have been checked, both have tried with NTFS format and .ISO files within the wbfs folder, unlucky, got same results: no games found!!!
    Than I formatted the 16GB fresh USB drive to wbfs partition and convert the .ISO files (same as in the HDD) to .wbfs files by WBFSManager3.0.1, setting IOS249 as default, started the CFG USB Loader6.0 again, only one file could be recognized by the Loader which is Naruto Shippuden Ryujinki[Wii][NTSC-J], the others(Bionicle Heroes Wii USA, Naruto Clash Of Ninja Revolution 2 [NTSC], Star Wars The Clone Wars Republic Heroes[NTSC], etc.) are found by the Loader is: “ not wii games “, I burned Naruto Shippuden Ryujinki[Wii][NTSC-J] to the disc that’s unable to play in the disc channel, but the others are no any problems, just opposite, I know there is something wrong, is there any nice people can help me out? That will be much appreciated.

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    have installed this as instructed as i was havin issues with loader gx, had it working once and when i restarted wii and tried to load config it just says mounting device and starts a slow countdown....is this my HD been no good or do i have another issue?

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    Not only have I been using this for a while with a LOT of enjoyment, but I have been recommending it every time I see a post about GX issues. The question I have for anyone who can answer it is this...
    Is there a way to disable the downloading of the disc images? Not only do I not use them, but they take up space on my SD card that I don't want to have to deal with, and there are a few of my games that always screw up trying to download the disc image, which takes up time every time I update my covers. I unchecked the directory to save the disc files to from the configurator to no avail, and was wondering if anyone knew how to do this. Thank you in advance.
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    Configurable USB Loader V6.0

    Sorry, to come with maybe a stupid question and bad english.

    But, for the moment i got a Wii with version 4.3E sofmodded.
    With Config usb loader v57B7-222 222Mload.

    I want to update to version 60.
    I have now 8 games on my USB hardDisk (with covers)

    Can I, just put the CfgLoaderConfigurator.exe in the USBLoader map (maybe with some other files?)
    and update the program?
    Or is there an Update button in the program? (Maybe i missed it)

    The reason for that is: I have a lot more files now in that USB-Loader folder than what is in the new folder(the one I dowloaded from here).

    I don't want to brick my Perfectly working usb-loader.
    Please Advise.
    Or can the developers make a update file. for the Noobs..
    So that the noobs kan put that on the SD card en klik it and it get's updated.
    Or to do it by internet.

    Thanks already
    Sorry for my bad english.
    Last edited by dirky; 11-20-2010 at 02:17 AM.

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    I'm having one problem, I have the USB in port 0 but it is till unable to mount the device.

    I am getting this

    ERROR! (ret = -1)


    I apologize if this has been answered in previous post but I didn't want to go through 15 pages to find it, so sorry for my laziness.

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    15 pages is not a lot. Anyway is it formatted properly? Is it on the compatibility lists?


    Quote Originally Posted by dirky View Post
    Sorry, to come with maybe a stupid question and bad english.

    But, for the moment i got a Wii with version 4.3E sofmodded.
    With Config usb loader v57B7-222 222Mload.

    I want to update to version 60.
    I have now 8 games on my USB hardDisk (with covers)

    Can I, just put the CfgLoaderConfigurator.exe in the USBLoader map (maybe with some other files?)
    and update the program?
    Or is there an Update button in the program? (Maybe i missed it)

    The reason for that is: I have a lot more files now in that USB-Loader folder than what is in the new folder(the one I dowloaded from here).

    I don't want to brick my Perfectly working usb-loader.
    Please Advise.
    Or can the developers make a update file. for the Noobs..
    So that the noobs kan put that on the SD card en klik it and it get's updated.
    Or to do it by internet.

    Thanks already
    Sorry for my bad english.
    If you want to update just replace the boot.dol like the guide says. Or use the update option in Cfg.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    15 pages is not a lot. Anyway is it formatted properly? Is it on the compatibility lists?
    Sorry your right and while I was waiting i decided to look through and found it on page 10 or 11. However he got his problem fixed but really didn't say how.

    USB is WBFS
    Last edited by BroderickT; 11-20-2010 at 10:19 AM.

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    What about the 2 questions I asked you? What guide did you follow to format it? Is it set to primary? Using Cfg loader v60? (also answer the questions in my first reply to you).
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    What about the 2 questions I asked you? What guide did you follow to format it? Is it set to primary? Using Cfg loader v60? (also answer the questions in my first reply to you).
    I used wbfs_inteligent_gui_v6 to format USB
    I assume it primary. How can I check if it is??
    Yeah I'm using v60
    And I found a link on the Website, and no the game is not on the compatibility list, It's not on there as working/not working. It is not on there at all, so I am guessing it is unable to work?

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    I meant is the drive on the list. You have likely formatted it wrong. Please follow one of the 2 USB HDD guides on this site to setup your HDD properly.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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