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    Problem with wiiflow/external game

    hey talked to llafer on chat and he told me to ask yall for help so here we go
    i used letter bomb, got wiiflow on there had it all up and running i have a few games, ssbb is the one im trying to play havent tried the others yet but can do that next so i use wii backup manager to install games on external game shows up on wiiflow the tighten wrist strap screen pops up, then at the bottom right of the screen the ssbb loading logo pops up loads for abt 15 seconds or so then white screen no load he also told me to add spoiler so ima try to add that right now

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    and thats where im at so if anyone can help that would be appreciated

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    or at least point me in the direction of sumone tht can help

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    What guide did u follow to soft mod? U need to follow our guide here first or at least post a syscheck

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    He did post a syscheck. It looked good when I looked at it in chat.

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    i tried loading other games still lno load its not recognizing wbfs partition i format it with wbfs manager and wii back up manager now using gui formatter allocation size 66k and then bck to wii back up manager to load it

    also im trying to add games that look like this rsbe01.wbfs or wbf1

    i think its sumthin to do with my external formatting its a 500g external allocated 20g for the wii games? watever tht means
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    I had the same problem as you a while back, what i done to fix this was update my softmod which by all accounts you have done, changed my hard drive format to FAT32 with 32klusters the latest wiiflow struggles with wbfs format. If that fails try the old wiiflow I forget which one it is now of the top of my head but the one before the very latest release, or go further back to wiiflow 4.2, go to wiiflow official home page for downloads.
    Other than that I can only think of a clean install of your games installed through wiiflow.
    Out of interested do any other loaders work?

    May I also suggest using the whole hard drive instead of a tiny partition, using FAT32 is suitable for all your wii needs, and whatever else.......32klusters don't forget!!
    Last edited by miiwi; 03-23-2014 at 04:00 PM.

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    I GOT IT thanks all it was a format issue, but now im looking to clean up my operation here, i have 500 g usb external but it only lets me use a portion of it, if i could have sumone walk me thru it, currrently playing brawl thanks everyone

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    Sounds like it is partitioned into smaller partitions. You can use EaseUS to delete all partitions on the drive and recreate one large one, format it as FAT32, and the entire drive will be usable.

    See our FAT32 guide for more information on that.

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