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    Homebrew apps not displaying

    I am trying to load the homebrew channel using an HDD but the apps won't display. What i've done so far: I've softmodded the Wii and can play my backup Wii games using the HDD and an SD card. I've partitioned another drive as a FAT32/healthy/Active. I can feel the HDD being active when i load the Homebrew channel but nothing is showing up. Any suggestions how to display the apps from my HDD?

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    You have them in an apps folder on the root of the partition?
    You press the 1 button for the load menu?
    Nothing to advanced here I hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    You have them in an apps folder on the root of the partition?
    You press the 1 button for the load menu?
    Nothing to advanced here I hope.
    Yup, the apps folder is on the root, I pressed 1 to make the homebrew try to load from the USB. The HDD loads up (i can hear it spinning) when i load homebrew but the apps themselves are not displaying. Is it possible that certain programs I copied from the SD card SHOULDN'T be on the HDD?

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    Okay I found the solution. The problem was that I had *something* that didn't let it homebrew display the channel. I deleted all files except the folder: 'apps' on the FAT32. Everything is working now.

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