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    wii mc loads from fat 32 and you are posting in the fat 32 guide which means you are trying to load games via fat 32. Yes both will work, more than one thing can operate off of the same drive, just like your pc

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    one partition....you get you usb loader dol in

    apps/usb loader/boot.dol
    apps/wiimc/boot.dol

    and install forwarder channels they will look for the dol on the usb device

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    I created 2 Partitions and now I am able to use WiiMC and hopefully usb loader, I haven't tried that yet.

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    This guide is for a full FAT32 formatted HDD. I don't know what you are talking about but if you did not follow this guide, or you do not intend to follow this guide then you might rethink where you are posting.
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    I am trying to make it so that I can use wiimc and usb loader with one hard drive. I created two partitions and that seems to work. But some people are saying that it isn't. That is the only way that I see of doing it.

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    hey i formatted my whole hard drive to fat32, but now wiiflow is saying WBFS_open failed, even though i have the wbfs folder in the root of my hard drive, and i used wii game manager to transfer. USB loader gx doesnt work either, it says that i have to format or select

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaua10 View Post
    hey i formatted my whole hard drive to fat32, but now wiiflow is saying WBFS_open failed, even though i have the wbfs folder in the root of my hard drive, and i used wii game manager to transfer. USB loader gx doesnt work either, it says that i have to format or select

    are you using wiiflow 222.dol or 223.dol

    (fat32 only work with rev19+ wanin cios) if you dont want that use hermes (222/223)

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    i i installed hermes 22, and am using wiiflow 222 and its still not working

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    If using a full channel, try to load from a forwarder or HBC instead. Make sure Wiiflow is set to look for the partition "FAT1".

    Try Cfg..

    (more info would help, you didn't give much to go on)
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    wiiflow should ask to select a partition......

    are you sure you set the drive to primary and active...

    check that you named the folder right...small letters hdd:/wbfs

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