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    Please plug a USB HDD on port 0 or press Reset :( !!!

    Anyone help me out here ?

    I was using my wii perfectly fine... using wiiflow on SD, and covers on HDD all setup like instructed in the read me file.

    We tried to get our MHTri to work through wiiflow sadly it failed. So we tried using a configurable usb loader, its sucked and failed. Since then I removed the Config Usb Loader. but now when I try to start up my wii and go to wiiflow channel

    Please plug a USB HDD on port 0 or press Reset


    is all I get, Yes it is plugged in the correct usb port, it is working but it seems to go standby when i start wiiflow, usually just click the switch and it starts now the hdd starts but I am still getting the msg... I have racked my brain for 2 days and have uninstalled, reinstalled, screamed etc etc.

    does anyone know why this is happening and how I can fix this.

    running wiiflow 2.0 (249)

    yes I know very dramatic but I am seriously about to loose it. Thanks in advance to anyone who knows what the hell it is

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    When I get that, I just unplug and replug my hdd back in. Then it reads it just fine. MHT wasn't working b/c you need to install Hermes' cIOS 222/223. There is a guide for it.

    If this doesn't work, try deleting the wiiflow.ini and then starting fresh.


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    I have tried unplugging it from the mains, the wii and reconnecting, still nothing. But yes maybe deleting the winflow.ini file might help
    as for MHT well I will have to try that again after I get my hdd working again.


    ok I just deleted the wiiflow.ini file and well same msg hdd is on
    Last edited by Saucy; 07-03-2010 at 04:38 PM.

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