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    New to softmodding... run into small problem with Wiiflow

    Hi everyone,

    First time poster and new to the world of softmodding from Australia. Decided to do something useful with that Wii that has been collecting dust for the past 12 months

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    Wiiflow was working OK and I had a few games installed on an external 30GB HDD (Old Ipod 2.5" installed into a USB Caddy).

    Anyways, I started doing some reading on this forum and wanted to get a better understanding of the softmod process and decided to RE-Softmod my Wii to ensure all the IOS and Apps were up to date and installed correctly. I used this guide: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    Everything seemed to go OK, I even downgraded my System Menu to 4.1 like recommended from 4.3.

    My only issue now is that WiiFlow doesn't seem to like my External USB HDD anymore. Whenever I try to select the USB1 drive in the settings and reload Wiiflow it will either crash the Wii(blue disc tray light flickering) or give a DSI Exception error. Games seem to load OK using USB Loader GX.

    I'm a little stumped as to the problem as it worked before with the presumably older Wiiflow version. I have included my Syscheck info in hopes this may help solve this issue.

    Thanks in advance for any help. Please keep in mind I'm still very new to this and trying to get my head around everything

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    Last edited by Pob3008; 04-01-2012 at 12:26 AM.

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    Syscheck looks good, what is the drive formatted to?

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    The Drive is formatted to FAT32. As a sidenote, I have tried downgraded my Wiiflow by replacing the .DOL file with the one I downloaded from the Youtube tutorial. This seems to have worked, so I'm guessing its a problem with the newer version of Wiiflow?

    Thanks for the quick response, glad the syscheck looks OK was thinking I might have mucked it all up :P

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    Glad u got it sorted, sometimes new revisions do break things that previously worked, the important thing u have it working. thread closed

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