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    Cool TRIIFORCE Cannot read title error

    I have looked at the TRIIFORCE FAQ...

    Running Wii 42U
    Hermes 222/223 V4
    USB LOADER GX
    Configurable USB Loader
    Wad Manager v1.5


    No Issues with any of them.
    Followed the Wiihacks.com ..Triiforce install to the letter...

    Getting "Error: I can't get title list Press any button"

    Running completely off USB Drive. Western Digital 1.5 TB
    IOS 249

    Running CIOS38 rev 17. 249
    Root is set up correctly.
    Used autoload USB and now use manual select.
    No SD card at all.
    Drive is Fat32 and Active.
    My nand does have games installed.

    Anyone knows what else I can look for or at?
    Thank you in Advanced.

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    I had the same problem.
    so far i know triiforce is not compatible with harddrives 1.5 & 2 TB .
    why? i don't know
    the maximum is 1 TB harddrive

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    Thank you. I am using a 1.5 Terabyte drive. So your answer is valid. Thank you again.
    No drive over 1 Terabyte. Wonder what senses the size of drive?

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    i have the same problem on my 1TB drive???

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    What version of triiforce are you running? I'm using 10b now with a 1TB hard drive but my fat32 partition is only 25gb. What slot do you have the USB drive plugged into? I don't think you need IOS 202, but I have hermes v4 installed so not sure that has any affect on anything but I have no problems with triiforce running from my WD drive.

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    Well I figured out what was wrong.. besides a poorly written tutorial. The files and folders that are created when the "nand" folder is created, have to go in the root of the drive... I was putting the nand folder in the root of the drive. thats where the can't get titles error comes from. Found the answer on page 65!! of the tutorial... you think with so many problems and questions, the author would have made the changes to the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamevergreen View Post
    Well I figured out what was wrong.. besides a poorly written tutorial. The files and folders that are created when the "nand" folder is created, have to go in the root of the drive... I was putting the nand folder in the root of the drive. thats where the can't get titles error comes from. Found the answer on page 65!! of the tutorial... you think with so many problems and questions, the author would have made the changes to the tutorial.
    True, really helped thanks.

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