you can use Easeus to mark the thumb drive active or drop to a command prompt as Administrator and use DISKPART to mark it active.
you can have multiple active partitions on a computer (multiple drives), no big deal on that...will making a partition active keep my pc running as atm i only have a 1 partition which is local disk C and in diskmanagment it says (healthy system) nthing else? (i read that if you make a partition active and the bios doesnt read it/locate primary active partition then your pc wont boot, basically usless)
I got a question. If I decide to format on NTFS it is necesary to have a FAT32 partition in order to run the games?? because I must run homebrewchannel in order to load any loaders Am I right===??? In that case of having those partitions, which one would be marked as ACTIVE or Primary???
Thanks in advance.
Because I have a 2TB HDD seagate wii compatible but it is in WBFS format and just reached the 500 games limit for that partition, so I am chossing if I format it again only in one FAT32 or NTFS partition or both of them I suppose have no games save limit.
So which one of the format do you recommend for me?? FAT32 or NTFS??? or have both partition?
P.D.: I never have a problem loading games from WBFS format, but hate that 500 games limit, yes I know it is obsolete.
Thanks in advance
That sure is a lot of games.....make me wonder...hmmmmmm.
Either of them will work. I have a 1tb for my wii. I did 750gb fat32 and the rest ntfs for movies. I don't the kind of cash you must have so 750gb is plenty of space for the games I can afford.
Sent with WiiHacks app, that should explain any typos 8-p
Can anyone help me?
I did everything as this tutorial said (and othes on wiihack) but the games on my hdd do not appear.
I was using a FAT32 HDD, now I started using a NTFS HDD.
I'm using USBLoader GX 2.3 with cIOS 223 v5.1 and IOS249
The loader opens, but no games are shown.
The games are in a WBFS folder, and visible in Wii Backup Manager.
Anyone have an idea of what is wrong?
I'm having problems too but I may can ask a few redundancy check questions....lol
Is the WBFS folder in the root of your drive? ie: USB:\WBFS\
If your drive is partitioned, make sure that you have the partition with the Wii stuff on it set to Active/Primary.
Which Tutorial did you use on WiiHacks?
This one, and the USBLoader GX one.