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    Hey cile, which part do we change to make it look on FAT32 or NTFS? or does it automatically look?

    sprintf(filepath, "%s:/apps/usbloader/boot.dol", dev);

    Do i substitute the s for usb?


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    it will automatically look on sd/usb/ fat32/ntfs

    just these part

    /apps/usbloader/boot.dol

    or
    /usbloader/boot.dol

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    my problem is when i get to the cmd prompt and i type make it says make is not recognized as a internal or external command???
    Same here.

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    are you using vista?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stmcmurray76 View Post
    Same here.
    use option 2 in compile spoiler

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    ok, so i followed instructions as is... but for some reason the fowarder is not loading my app? it gives a black screen with a bunch of numbers and code? any help


    once it loads it says Exception (DSI) occurred! followed by a sequence of code, below it says Stack Dump and then Code Dump below that? idk how to fix it
    Last edited by ric0n408; 05-26-2011 at 10:19 AM.

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    ^^bump ANY ADVICE FOLKS!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    [
    Put your wad in wad folder on your SD/USB

    Download Wad Manager 1.7 - Extract put in apps folder on your SD/USB

    Load wad manager and Install your wad.

    [/SPOILER][SPOILER="Extra"]

    [/CENTER]
    whats the password?
    WAD Manager v1.7.zip (767.82 KB)

    Powerful for business. Simple for everyone.

    - Password Protected File -
    Please enter the password below to download this file



    Authentication Required
    Please complete the form below to download this file

    Authorize Download
    Preparing download...

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    this is from the link i posted in your thread WAD-Manager_v1.7_Full.rar
    thanks to bmarlo for this signature


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    Quote Originally Posted by ric0n408 View Post
    ok, so i followed instructions as is... but for some reason the fowarder is not loading my app? it gives a black screen with a bunch of numbers and code? any help


    once it loads it says Exception (DSI) occurred! followed by a sequence of code, below it says Stack Dump and then Code Dump below that? idk how to fix it
    The boot.dol created is only meant to be used as a guide to tell the wad where to load from. I think you might be replacing the boot.dol in the app folder with the one you created. If that is the case then just return the original boot.dol to the app and install the wad and everything should work fine.

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