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    Ca WBFS manager issues...

    Ok, so I am running a modded 4.2u . Seems to work great, but anytime i run my WBFS HDD through WBFS Manager, it will not be recognized by my Wii anymore... Can someone recomend another program to load IOS's onto the WBFS HDD?

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    When you say it won't be recognised anymore, what do you mean? Are you getting an error message? If so, what does it say?

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    Well, at first, USB loader said it couldn't use the drive (can't remember exact wording). So seeing as This has taken me a number of hours already, I have now unpartitioned my HDD and formatted it back to FAT32. Now It says Stack Dump, and puts numerous error codes on the screen.
    It works fine if I just use the Wii to format and load games from disks. But would like to make it work right.

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    OK.

    Stack Dump may also be the covers that you have downloaded. So ...

    1) Do you have an SD card in the front of your Wii?
    2) At any point, did you remove this Card?

    Now, onto the HDD.

    I would re-setup your HDD in Windows is I was you.

    Go to Manage from My computer and load the disk management again. Delete the volume completely. Set a new simple volume (about 1GB or leff if you like) and set this to FAT32. When complete, right click and make this partition Active.

    The remainder of the space, set as a new simple volume, assign a drive letter and opt to not format the partiton.

    Load WBFS Manager 3.0, locate your Unformated Partiton and click on Format. Then Click on Load and load a single ISO onto it.

    hit me back when you have done this.

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    Seems to work great... Thanks a lot.

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    No worries. Don't forget the thanks button

    On a side note, do you have an SD card in the front of the Wii??

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    Nope... and already have bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparrow81 View Post
    Nope... and already have bud
    Sweet as a nut

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