11-15-2011, 08:13 AM
Cheers Brian i might give it ago or might just buy a new larger hd for xmas .
cios on 4.2 sd
usb loader gx
11-25-2011, 07:45 AM
wii usb loader hard drive is not recognized immediately
Hi, I have following Problem:
I use a 320gb USB Hdd with two partitions, 1: fat32 2:ntfs, and old softmodded wii 4.2E with updated ios. When I start the usb loader (newest version) via Channel he Looks after Hdds... But does not recOgnize my hdd. But if I replug it, he finds the hard drive immediately.
11-27-2011, 07:08 AM
Hi, have a problem. Everything works perfectl;y if I am worlking with ISO files. If I Open in the manager WBFS then size of files is 0 and cannot copy to my HD then. Is there a special settings for copying WBFS to ext.HD?
11-27-2011, 07:09 AM
yeah, Windows Explorer copy/paste...
Originally Posted by sqa
11-29-2011, 03:29 AM
Cannot find usb drive
Ok, so everything was fine. I was testing a few games i had recently downloaded and they all seemed to work fine. i shut down my system and restarted it, ran the usb loader gx program, and now it goes thru the 20 second count down only to tell me it cannot find my usb stick. what the hell happend?
11-29-2011, 04:12 AM
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11-29-2011, 11:54 AM
i have installed IOS58 (rev 6176): NAND Access by following softmod any wii.
should i install USBLoaderCFG - UCXF - IOS58 v9.wad or it may result a brick?
Also i have a channed named usb loader. Its cfg usbloader version 65 and when it start it says 248 [frag]
Can someone explain me what does this mean?
Also the guide says
For cIOS222 Users -- Get THIS -- Extract to root of SD or USB and overwrite/replace when prompted - boot.dol only
For cIOSx 249 Users -- Get THIS -- Extract to root of SD or USB and overwrite/replace when prompted - boot.dol only
How can i tell what user am i?
Last edited by desmond699; 11-29-2011 at 11:56 AM.
12-26-2011, 03:19 PM
Hope this thread is still the right place to ask, you seem to be the right guy to ask anyway......
Bought my daughter a new wii for Xmas, sucessfully softmoded it with mauifrog's guide......my eternal thanx.....
Now I have a spanking new 2 terabyte USB drive......and not sure on your point about making it "all NTFS or all FAT32".......
Since FAT32 seems to be the overall winner for the Wii (Homebrew and NAND support), I'd have 'guessed' it best to create 2 partitions......'cos I really want NTFS for my Windows PC stuff.....(yep, I have a fair few files greater than 4gb and I'd love to back them up there for one thing....)
Now I'm really new to all this Wii stuff, but if I made the first partition FAT and the second NTFS, wouldn't that answer all my prayers in terms of ease of setting up the Wii ?
I don't care if the Wii can't 'see' the second NTFS partition, though I'm pretty sure Windows will see both.....
They say there's no such thing as a dumb question, so really sorry if mine is......
12-26-2011, 03:27 PM
The question is, are you going to be using any homebrew apps or NAND emulation? If not, make it all NTFS. Other than that, just make yourself 2 partitions of whatever filesystem you want, and mark the partition active that you want the Wii to access, whether NTFS or FAT, and Windows will still be able to access both
12-27-2011, 02:39 AM
Many thanx Brian, I do want Homebew and NAND so as long as the Wii will recognise a partitioned disk I think both FAT and NTFS is my best solution......
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