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    NTFS Problem

    Why i cant play or backup wii games?
    Ages ago lucky i put my wii back ups on my laptop (Not for file hosting just a backup).
    But i recently bought some wii games that i want to backup.
    The games appear but i cant play or write??
    I did make a 'wbfs' file in my ntfs device.
    I recently re-installed these wads with mmm

    cIOS247[37]-v20.wad
    cIOS248[56]-v20.wad
    cIOS249[38]-v17.wad
    IOS223[37]v5.1.wad
    cIOS222[38] v5.1.wad
    IOS224[37]v5.1.wad
    cIOS250[57]-v20.wad

    My device: WD 250gb Elements Portable
    My Wii Version: 4.1e
    Usb loader: Configurable usb loader v66
    Last edited by thepoyo7; 03-14-2011 at 06:40 PM.

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    I'd like to help if I could, but I'm NOT QUITE understanding what you're saying. Are you saying that you're now using a 250GB HDD formatted as NTSF? If so, why the 'laptop' reference? Second, when you say you can 'see' your games, do you mean on the HDD or via CFG USB Loader v66? And what do you mean by 'unable to write'? Write to what? I'll assume you mean to HDD, since you don't really write to CFG USB Loader (not unless you're using the Configurator to alter your config/.xml scripts). Please clarify and I'll try to help, because I have CFG USB Loader v65 working perfectly with a 1TB Iomega HDD on an NTSF partition.

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    I got the games to work but i try to backup games it says
    ntfs write is disabled (set ntfs1_write = 1)
    Im not quite sure what to do...

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    You do know we have a NTFS guide, right? And a USB HD compatibility guide to check?

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    Yea ive already checked it.
    what do i do about this?
    ntfs write is disabled (set ntfs1_write = 1)

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    Add that line to your config.txt in SD:/usb-loader and save the text file.

    ntfs1_write = 1

    Or just

    ntfs_write = 1
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Add that line to your config.txt in SD:/usb-loader and save the text file.

    ntfs1_write = 1

    Or just

    ntfs_write = 1
    ntfs_write = 1 works thanks

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