11-15-2010, 08:46 PM
What loader? It should ask you to format or select a partition...choose the one you want.
Try Configurable USB Loader....do you have a wbfs folder on the root of the HDD?
11-17-2010, 05:10 AM
I have a big problem .. I was preparing my DT101 G2 data traveler kingston flash drive using this guide .. I used the 'Alternate Formatting Option 2 - Windows 7 64 Bit & Flash Drives' guide .. I chose to do 'Delete Volume' of the Flash Drive .. However, afterwards, I couldn't see the Flash Drive listed AT ALL in the Disk Management window .. and now whenever I insert it in the laptop it doesn't appear in 'My Computer' or 'Windows Explorer' .. and the 'Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media' does give the 'corret' sign that the device should be detected but when I click to eject it I cannot see my flash drive name listed for it to be ejected .. the only the laptop sees the drive is from the 'Devices & Printers' section .. anybody knows how I can fix this? .. I would appreciate help here ..
11-18-2010, 11:04 AM
Just a quick question here. I use the newest version of Wiiflow on a WBFS (wii format) external drive ( see post here for the details of it http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tml#post452050 ) set it to auto boot, so when the wii is turned on, it will go right into wii flow...good, it works.
Maybe 1 out of 5 times booting up my wii, it will give me "Please connect a USB drive to port 0" and a second later it will just go to the setup screen (select parittion, etc), just rebooting again this solves this 99% of the time. It just only seems to happen when I have company over or something.
Is there something I can do (is it formating of the drive or something else) to get this to work 100% of the time ? Or am I asking in the wrong spot ??
11-18-2010, 01:13 PM
Should not happen if you right click and select create new volume. Either way, you can fix it by formatting with the alt option 1 using Acronis.
Originally Posted by wolf.0318
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@ someonecool - This guide is for FAT32 not WBFS.
11-18-2010, 01:26 PM
I have no idea, probably not...but please stop posting here unless you are following this guide or your HDD is FAT32.
Sounds like it's the drive or enclosure.
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11-18-2010, 01:46 PM
So, I've done everything right and everything is working just fine, I've tried CFG USB Loader and WiiFlow already, but there's one thing that i'm missing.
Is there a way to make games like WiiSports post those High Score messages to my message board? I've already set up CFG Loader to update the play time, but it still doesn't post game messages.
11-20-2010, 01:23 AM
Could I use Sandisk MircoSD 8GB card (put into a SD card adapter) as a storage for games?
11-20-2010, 10:07 AM
Originally Posted by hk09
You could try, might work with CFG (but SDHC compatibility is low).
11-24-2010, 06:06 PM
Not sure what am doing wrong but when i go to WiiFlow i get the Welcome to WiiFlow - Pls install game or select partition. When i go to Partition all i see are WBFS listings. I dont see anything else.
I followed ur instructions on my new WD HDD. Converted it to FAT32/Set it to Primary/Active.
Copied the WiiFlow to /apps and root of the sd card. I launch it via HBC.
On my HDD i have made a folder named wbfs and i have copied the .wbfs file along with the title into sub folders.
Is there anything tht i missed out. Can someone help me.
11-24-2010, 06:15 PM
Hmm, are you using the version of Wiiflow from the guide? It gives you no option to select FAT1? Did you double check in disc management that you are formatted to FAT32?
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