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    USB loaders?

    Hey guys,

    I'm new to the scene of Wii hacking. I've got gamma loader and homebrew channel but since my computer refuses to burn iso's for me, i want to try a usb loader. The problem is that i've looked around and I'm confused about which one is the latest and safest. I already have coverfloader but apparently that doesn't work with GH5 which is one i want to play. What is the latest and safest way to play from usb? And I have a SSK 300+ Gb hardrive which has 3 partitions. Two of which i am using for other stuff. I want to use the other partition to play iso's, is that possible without deleting everything on my harddrive? I'd also really appreciate it if there was a tutorial link for this. I know its asking a lot but i'd really appreciate the help!

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    all loaders do the trick, pick your favorite... also, gh5 needs some special thnigs, search the forum

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    Ok, I'm now gonna follow this guide - http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...o-5-guide.html

    about my hard drive, I have a SSK 300+ Gb hardrive which has 3 partitions. Two of which i am using for other stuff. I want to use the other partition to play iso's, is that possible without deleting everything on my harddrive?
    Last edited by jakliu100; 11-07-2009 at 05:29 AM.

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    yes,
    get WBFS manager on your computer,
    select the partition you want use and click format,
    this will only format that parition,
    also u need that programso u can add iso's to the HDD as windows cannot read WBFS format,

    hope i helped

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    Edit; Sorry stupid post
    Last edited by jakliu100; 11-07-2009 at 06:50 AM. Reason: Accident

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