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    USB Loader. PC won't recognize drive.

    First and foremost, I'm a noob. So I got the Wii modded and installed the USB Loader and it works great. Problem is, when I first formatted my USB drive on my PC I only loaded 1 game on it to test it out and see if it would work. It worked great. But when I hooked my USB drive back up to my PC to add another game or two my PC won't even bring up the drive so I can't add anything else to it. I am using the WBFS Manager 3.0. Am I doing something wrong? Please help.

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    did you make sure to plug it in before opening wbfs manager? or refreshing the list? and i dont know if you know butyou have to hit load once your on the correct drive letter in wbfs manager.

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    When you plug it in, does Windows notice? Any pop up in the bottom right saying drive detected, installing driver etc..

    If the above doesn't work you could try checking in Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Computer Management.

    Under Storage click on Disk Management.
    See if your drive is listed there, if its not, then windows isn't detecting it at all. If it is, make sure its initilized. If something is screwy with it you can reformat it from here as well.

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    This thread is kinda in the wrong place but oh well. Did you make sure the drive was formatted to the wbfs format. If not you should format it to wbfs and use wbfs manager to manage your games.
    I want to hack you like an animal. You bring me closer to mod.

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    you can use WBFS Manager 2.2.2 i had problems with one you have

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    Make sure the drive was formated to Fat32 before using WBFS to format it.'

    use fat32format.exe or something.

    Once you used WBFS to format it, when ever you dismantle the USB HDD from the computer, make sure to use the "safe to remove usb device" feature built in to xp or what ever.

    Chances are that the USB HDD your using is one of the HDD's that may have problems. Not all works perfectly with Wii for some reason.

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