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    Install games using USBLoader GX on FAT32 errors

    When I installed games into a wbfs partitions using USBLoader GX it's always successful. But if I use the same usb drive but format it instead to a FAT32 partition, use the same game to install, unfortunately it always failed. I tried a lot of FAT32 formatter(wii game manager, Fat32 formatter and wbfs 3.1) but always same error. I tried to change some options in USBLoader but no luck.

    So what I am doing now is use my thumb drive which is wbfs partition to install games using USBLoader GX. Then use game manager to convert it to a .wbfs so I can copy it to my usb drive using FTPii. It is a bit of a hazzle, that is why I want to install it directly to my FAT32 usb drive.

    Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks.

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    why not just partition your hard drive and format it to wbfs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabss10 View Post
    why not just partition your hard drive and format it to wbfs?
    thanks for the suggestion. but I need FAT32 partition for MPlayer CE and for FTPii. That is why I prefer that all games and movies are stored in FAT32 make it easier to backup and maintain.

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    Why not use Wii Game Manager on your PC to put directly to the USB HDD, it does what you are doing in one go (unless it is original games ofc)

    Or Try Cfg USB Loader and see if the same things happen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfc4ever View Post
    Why not use Wii Game Manager on your PC to put directly to the USB HDD, it does what you are doing in one go (unless it is original games ofc)
    Its a good suggestion but I don't have a compatible LG DVD. That is why I want to use USBLoader GX to copy the game first to WBFS partition. Then use Wii Game Manager to convert it to .wbfs for FAT32.

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    Or Try Cfg USB Loader and see if the same things happen?
    is this a software? if so maybe you can give a link to download it.

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