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    Quote Originally Posted by spvanan View Post
    searching for a FAT32 guide for couple of weeks! & finally found here.. Thanks!

    OK I tried the guide & everything went fine.. can't play games

    I'm using WD My Book 1TB - FAT32 - 3 Partitions; Only WII Partition is primary & Active.

    I converted my ISO's to WBFS; & can see my game titles thru ULoader, but when I open the game.. got a blank screen ;(

    & noticed all my games are less than 1GB; but each 4.8GB in ISO format!... advice please

    Many thanks.
    Well I recommend only using Uloader for DLC/VC. Use one of the other loaders for WBFS games. I use CFG USB Loader...others prefer Loader GX.

    Anyways as for in Uloader did you make sure you chose the right IOS to use? I think you have to use 249 if I am not mistaken...

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    ULoader uses Hermes cIOS. Works best with IOS224 v5.1. I think. Cile would know about any Uloader issues, but yes he should try a different loader, I also prefer Cfg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    ULoader uses Hermes cIOS. Works best with IOS224 v5.1. I think. Cile would know about any Uloader issues, but yes he should try a different loader, I also prefer Cfg.
    Yeah you're right, 224 is the one to use with Uloader. (I also use v5.1).

    Still prefer CFG Loader, and I am also finding I don't like too many of the Wiiware titles and a lot of the times they don't work. I think XBLA titles are much better than Wiiware titles. Just my opinion

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    uLoader only uses .ciso of fat32...not .wbfs files and as said use it only for nand emulation..

    You can only use
    CFG & GX & Wiiflow

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    Hi Krank, Cile, newyear.. many thanks bros

    I'm noob to wii hacking .. anyway I used GX only & got black screen for all games; & WD My Book is new!
    now i tried Configurable Usb loader, when i load games got below error:

    -CIOS249rev18
    -CIOS222v4
    -CIOS223v4
    -CIOS224v5
    or higher reg. for fat32
    Upgrade IOS249

    set -frag -128 error setwbfs -128

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    did you use the cfg 222mload.dol
    download ,rename to boot.dol put it a folder call it cfg loader..put that folder in apps folder on your sd.....load hombrew channel...load up the cfg 222.dol


    as its been said you need rev19 or 20...to use ios249...

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    Yes or you can use this full channel. No boot.dol is needed.

    IOS222 Version -- Download Cfg Full Channel 222 -- For Hermes cIOS Users

    If it asks you to choose a partition you need to select "FAT1"

    Edit: Updated the guide to include Cfg USB Loader Revision 57 Release (The latest Full release version available) Tested and working great as usual.
    Last edited by Krank; 08-03-2010 at 09:13 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Yes or you can use this full channel. No boot.dol is needed.

    IOS222 Version -- Download Cfg Full Channel 222 -- For Hermes cIOS Users

    If it asks you to choose a partition you need to select "FAT1"

    Edit: Updated the guide to include Cfg USB Loader Revision 57 Release (The latest Full release version available) Tested and working great as usual.

    I tried the above; now cfg loader says: No custom 222... so i need to install IOS222 first is it? im using 249 now. advice how to do that.

    sry for silly questions.

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    Yes you need Hermes as mentioned in the Guide. I will add the link. Install Hermes cIOS 222/223 v4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Yes you need Hermes as mentioned in the Guide. I will add the link. Install Hermes cIOS 222/223 v4
    gr8! worked perfectly. As guided installed hermes & cfg loads all my games from FAT32

    many thanks!!!!

    note: still gx loader gives black screen; nvm i'm happy with cfg

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