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    press home button in hbc and check if your hbc is running on ios58.....

    if not install ios58 then hbc 1.0.8 and see if it fixes the speed issue

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    Thanks for the quick reply, but it is running on IOS 58 and I have version 1.0.8 installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanface View Post
    Hiya
    Firstly, thanks for the tut. It's a really nice one . But here's my question: I tried putting all my Homebrew stuff on my HDD (Western Digital Passport Essential) from my SD card, it worked but... it seemed a lot slower than loading from a SD card. I tried loading with the SD card again just to check, and yeah. It was faster.
    Does this make any sense? Can I do something about it?
    Thanks.
    Some are just slow. Same thing happens with one of my HDD's. The only thing you can do is use an SD instead for apps you use a lot or get a faster HDD.
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    Okay, guess I'll stick with my SD card. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INeed2Know View Post
    Just use WiiFlow! (;

    For what exactly? How does this relate to the persons problem of apps loading slower from HDD than SD card ?
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    Krank. I'm assuming from your sig that you may be able to help me ;-)

    I have CFG installed on my Wii (from Maul's tut) and I've just received my Wii HDD (in fact, looking at all the info, I feel I may have bought too big a HDD. May have to share with PS3 or downgrade later and then use it as my media disk)

    Anyway, I'm running a Linux box as my main home PC, so which of Wii Game/Backup Manager do you recommend? Will I need to use Wine, or can I install either natively? (.rpm/.deb will be ideal if anyone's made one!)
    Also, I just managed to download a backup of Donkey Kong Country Returns after my nephew rendered my copy unplayable (he likes shiny things!) but it's a 4GB+ .iso. Will I be able to convert to .wbfs on my ext3 /home partition and then just drag and drop the file onto Wii HDD? Clearly, I can't drop it on the Wii HDD and convert there, and I assume Wii can't handle ntfs or ext2/3(/4?) natively.
    Finally, would there be any conflict if I were to share the Wii HDD with my PS3?

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    Before anyone suggests it, "try loading WBM from another computer" won't work, as I don't have a single Windoze machine on my property, or even an M$ product (well, there may be an old Win 95 box in my cellar)
    Last edited by darkeyes; 02-11-2011 at 08:12 PM.

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    You can Use Wii Backup Fusion on linux. I have been meaning to update the guide for that but haven't had a chance yet. Loaders support NTFS but not sure about ext2/3/4. Go with FAT32 or NTFS though.

    Assuming PS3 uses FAT32 or NTFS (guessing it uses FAT32) no conflicts will occur from sharing the drives.
    Last edited by Krank; 02-11-2011 at 09:30 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    You can Use Wii Backup Fusion on linux.
    +1. The best Linux backup manager I have found thus far. And it looks good in black and green.

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    Just about to start the update now. Will add WBF instructions to convert to .wbfs files and probably update the loaders.

    **If you are planning on following the guide hold out for the next 4-5 hours or so (I get distracted).**

    **If anyone has any suggestions for the guide please post now, thanks.**
    Last edited by Krank; 02-11-2011 at 09:36 PM.
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