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    no disk cover?

    Hi Folks,

    after installing homebrew channel and loading some games on my HDD the Game covers do not show up and when i click on get covers it shows a path directory that canít be completed. can anyone help me get this right? thanks in advance.

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    What path is shown, and does it exist on your SD or USB drive?

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    Can’t create directory usb8:/config/images/

    thats what i get when click on cover download in usb loader gx

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    USB8?! How many partitions are on that hard drive? It's best to use one partition.

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    Wink

    There are no partitions on the hard drive that i know of I formatted with wbfs manager.




    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    USB8?! How many partitions are on that hard drive? It's best to use one partition.

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    If the hard drive is WBFS formatted, I don't think that you can use it for box art. You have to use FAT32 or NTFS. Guides on how to use both types of file systems are linked in my signature.

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    Thanks Llaffer.always an interesting read. I'm shocked how many people.Don't realise the modding game is ongoing. I always search the site first.Most problems have been covered before.

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