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    USB Mass Storage Limitations / Mounting ERROR

    Im trying to use ISO DUMPER

    Dont use WiFi

    I have tried it to SD card works fine.

    When i try do it to USB MASS storage device i get

    MOUNTING ERROR

    I am Trying to dump to a 1TB EXT HDD. I have It split in 2 Partitions 800 FAT32 and 170 or whatevergigz was left. cant remmeber what it is might be NTFS. But the Lead partition is FAT32.

    Is there a limitation to what the wii can see >? is 700-800 gig to big a partition ? Is it because i have another partition ?

    Does it need to be fat16 like the SD card ?

    Is There an IOS i need to update for USB?

    Thanks Peeps
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoSSeSSeD View Post
    Im trying to use ISO DUMPER

    Dont use WiFi

    I have tried it to SD card works fine.

    When i try do it to USB MASS storage device i get

    MOUNTING ERROR

    I am Trying to dump to a 1TB EXT HDD. I have It split in 2 Partitions 800 FAT32 and 170 or whatevergigz was left. cant remmeber what it is might be NTFS. But the Lead partition is FAT32.

    Is there a limitation to what the wii can see >? is 700-800 gig to big a partition ? Is it because i have another partition ?

    Does it need to be fat16 like the SD card ?

    Is There an IOS i need to update for USB?

    Thanks Peeps
    Do you have a WBFS partiton on the drive. I had to use NTFS due to file size restrictions. I thought FAT32 you couldn't get more than a 4GB file, so no good for ISO's.
    I know many people who use 1TB HDD's.

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