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    SD/USB Loader Error: Hardware not recognized. Most likely have a cIOS installed incorrectly, out of date, or missing. Possibly formatted the SD card or USB incorrectly, is unsupported, or not enough space.
    Q. I have formatted the device correctly but I am still getting this error; how would i fix this?
    A. Be sure to have the device hooked up to the Wii before you power it on. You may lack USB support as well. Installing a newer cIOS 249 would clear this up.(cIOS249 [56] d2x-v6)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
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    SD/USB Loader Error: Hardware not recognized. Most likely have a cIOS installed incorrectly, out of date, or missing. Possibly formatted the SD card or USB incorrectly, is unsupported, or not enough space.
    Q. I have formatted the device correctly but I am still getting this error; how would i fix this?
    A. Be sure to have the device hooked up to the Wii before you power it on. You may lack USB support as well. Installing a newer cIOS 249 would clear this up.(cIOS249 [56] d2x-v6)
    Thanks! I'll be sure to look this up.

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    I installed Hermes 222/223. I have installed the Wad that you listed, and no luck. I know that my hard drive is formatted correctly + functional, because how else would I have been able to backup the first 5 games perfectly? And I'm on a 64 gb, it says I have 42gb left of free storage, so I'm lost...

    Edit: I have also tried the 'have your hard drive on before turning on the Wii', and still nothing.

    Edit2: Link's Crossbow Training seems to work perfectly after I re-formatted it. I'm just curious what the error was, because I had around 40gb left according to Usb Loader GX..
    Last edited by only19; 12-26-2012 at 08:55 PM.

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    You can try a fresh install of GX. Completely delete GX from your apps folder,
    then go here-->USBLoader_GX_V3_0_AllinOnePackage_IOS249.zip - usbloader-gui - The ultimative All-In-One package for USB Loader GX v3.0 (boot IOS 249) - USB Loader GX: GUI for Waninkoko´s USB Loader (based on libwiigui) - Google Project Hosting
    and install the all in one package, and see if that helps.



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    I've found the problem, and it seems that after I exceed around 10 gb of space, that is when the rest of the games stop working. I can backup any game I wish, but once I reach that 10gb cap, that is when I get black screened (only for the games that were saved after the 10gb cap, not for the ones before). Then if I delete some games and then do the backup, it will work. So if I reach the 10gb cap and try and backup Super Mario Galaxy, then it will give me a black screen. But if I delete around 2 games and then try and put Super Mario Galaxy, it will work.

    Is there any way to fix this? I am on a 64 gb so I don't understand why I can only save around 10gb of stuff.
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    Redo your USB HD --- make sure you follow this guide.

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