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    WiiFlow crashing FAT32 help please

    Hi I had my HDD with my game backups formatted to WBFS and I changed it to FAT32 with Wbfs2Fat. All went well only when I tried to load the games with wiiflow it crashes (lots of numbers and letters on black screen i have to turn off/on the wii). It is working fine with USB Loader GX though. I am wondering what I have to do to get it working with wiiFlow as I prefer wiiflow as I have all the covers etc on the sd card..
    Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    Usually you get that when you don't have a current mod. whatever cIOS that GX is using seems to be fine, but what wiiflow wants to use isn't.

    To verify, post a syscheck so we can see what your system looks like.

    Or, if you want to just go and remod your system to get it current, follow the Softmod Any Wii guide.

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    I only just soft modded it yesterday, so I did a sys check here it is

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    try to formate it again

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    Quote Originally Posted by octimus View Post
    try to formate it again
    Format what?? dont think so

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    Could be the settings of wiiflow, try deleting the config file or using a fresh install of wiiflow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Could be the settings of wiiflow, try deleting the config file or using a fresh install of wiiflow
    tried both them things and no good

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    Don't post the same info twice. You posted this in the syscheck checking thread and I replied. Posting it here as well will only confuse you as to where you should go to fix the problem. I'll close this thread as being a dupe now. Continue this thread in the other post.

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