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    Wiiflow 4.1 with Fat32 partition

    I started moving my wii stuff to a fat32 partition so I could do DIOS MIOS stuff, but Wiiflow does not like my drive done in fat32, never had a hickup with WBFS. I formatted it, cluster size 32k and it is the primary active partition, but it will not recognize my drive. If it does, and I try to select a game, the program crashes.

    What am I doing wrong? Am I missing some cIOS? If so, can it be installed via wad? Why do I have a feeling I am missing a simple plugin?

    I used the "Softmod any wii" guide, if that helps.

    I tried using USB Loader GX and it crashes as well.
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    It's probably how you installed the games to the hard drive after FAT32 formatting. How exactly did you do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    It's probably how you installed the games to the hard drive after FAT32 formatting. How exactly did you do that?
    I reinstalled them from my discs. How else?

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    Delete the contents of the sd/wiiflow/cache/lists folder and then try loading wiiflow again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    Delete the contents of the sd/wiiflow/cache/lists folder and then try loading wiiflow again.
    I tried that, and the program hangs. I have since moved to Configurable USB for the time being, and that seems to read my fat32 partition fine.

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