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    Switching from DML to regular Dios Mios

    I want to switch from dios mios lite to dios mios. I was wondering if there is anything special i have to do to accomplish this. In depth responses would be appreciated, as i dont quite remember what i did to set it up in the first place haha. I have 4.3u running on my wii. Please someone help i couldnt find the topic on the forum.

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    Not much. First, install the DM wad (which will overwrite the DML wad that was previously installed)

    Then, make sure your USB is formatted as FAT32 with 32k clusters. See the Dios Mios and FAT32 guides for directions on how to do that.3

    Once that is done, you can copy your sd card's /games directory and all of its subdirectories into the USB's root directory, creating a /games directory with subdirectories there. That should be it. If everything else is ship-shape, then it should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    Not much. First, install the DM wad (which will overwrite the DML wad that was previously installed)

    Then, make sure your USB is formatted as FAT32 with 32k clusters. See the Dios Mios and FAT32 guides for directions on how to do that.3

    Once that is done, you can copy your sd card's /games directory and all of its subdirectories into the USB's root directory, creating a /games directory with subdirectories there. That should be it. If everything else is ship-shape, then it should work.
    So I cant use the same usb i use for wii games? I have that formatted to WBSF or whatever it is. I heard you could make a single folder in that format and the rest fat32 but i think i'll just get another usb stick. Thanks much for your quick reply.

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    You can, but the entire hard drive needs to be formatted as FAT32 with 32k clusters.

    If you choose to partition it, the first and primary partition has to be the FAT32 / 32k cluster partition for it to work (which is why it's just easier to have them all as one partition.

    My hard drive has the /games directory for GameCube games and a /wbfs directory for Wii games, and both work fine.

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