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    Not Enough SD Memory for Configurable USB Loader + More Questions?

    Hello,

    sorry for the stupid and noobish question, but I can't help feeling confused.

    Despite my HDD USB having more than 250gb of free space available, I keep getting the message there aren't enough memory space in my 2gb SD memory card for me to load my Gamecube game from the Configurable USB Loader. Is it possible to switch the memory card use from my SD to use my HDD instead so I won't have this problem again in the future?

    (Also, I accidentally installed a gamecube game into my Wii HDD(?) using WiiFlow, but would really like to delete the game. How would I delete/uninstall this please?)

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    If you've installed a gamecube game to your SD card, it should be located in sd:/games. If you don't want it anymore, it's safe to delete. If WiiFlow tried installing it like a Wii game instead, it would be located in sd:/wbfs (and wouldn't be playable anyway).

    If CFG is trying to install things to SD instead of USB, you may want to check your default settings, or better yet, delete your settings config file and force it to build a new one the next time you launch CFG. Be sure you're running a recent version (at least v70r51, if not the latest). If you are still running v70, you're running an old version and should update.

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    Thank you for your replies!

    To change my CFG settings, should I delete my 'config' folder in my SD card? I swore when I initially configured my CFG, I set it to save at my HDD. But okay, I have downloaded the new CFG now (I think I've installed the new one correctly by copying the 'USBLoader' into my 'apps' folder and 'usb-loader' into my SD directory) so hopefully I'll give it a try. Thanks again!

    I'll just copy-paste this here so not to flogged up the Guide thread:

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    WAD Manager is old and can't be used with the newer remotes. I'd recommend you look for Wii Mod 3.2 (we give it to you as part of ModPack.zip in chapter 2 is Softmod Any Wii Guide linked in my signature.

    Sounds like you overwrote your wiiflow app with your wad manager. If you have to download a fresh copy to install to your SD card, I have links to Wii Flow and other USB loaders in my signature.
    Oh I see. I'll try my best to update the files (though to be honest, judging by how much of a tech noob I am, I'm usually afraid to update any of my files in case I overwrite something important ^^;; ). Just to doublecheck, I just copy the 2 'priiloader's and 'wiimod' folders into my 'apps' folder in my SD card right? And can I simply copy the 'IOS-Update' folder into the 'wad' folder in my SD card too?
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    The .wads in ModPack and IOS Update you don't need unless you are modding your system. If you followed our Softmod Any Wii guide, you should have already done this. If not, maybe you should start that from the start.

    You don't need the two priiloader apps. Just the wiimod one for the purpose of installing the Dios Mios .wad file.

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