DTunes, the latest loaders are supposed to support FAT32, NTFS and wbfs partitions.
any progress made to fix the Loader issue, today?
me, no luck at all !!
btw, i tried to practise the testing of Wii_usb_port with a 4GB flash drive (memory stick). FAT32 format, with apps folder, carrying SysCheck_v1.5.1 and Mii_Korean. Connected the flash drive into usb_port-0. Opening hbc, pressed "1" and got into the hbc Option menu. however, i could only highline/manipuate the four features in "Sort Application by" but not the four in Device section (ie. Internal SD slot, USB device, SDGecko_slotA, SDGecko_slotB).
no matter the sd card was inserted or not, the Option menu exhibited no change and the Device Section was not applicable.
could anyone give me some help ? plz.
Last edited by billyhome; 08-24-2010 at 01:58 AM.
I can run apps no problem off my HDDs, it's just the loaders which don't detect them. I'm going to try and format one of them to FAT today and see what happens...
good luck with your newly FAT32 approach.
Originally Posted by DTunes
strange, i couldn't SELECT usb device to run apps.
Maybe you have a hardware issue...
Well. I might be doing something wrong here, but i have a HDD with a Partition i have formatted to FAT32 and it is still not being read by the USB Loaders. They all seems to come up with mount from WBFS and i can't see where i can change that to FAT32 or if i even skipped a step for it to be readable on the wii.
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Did you check out the tutorial on this to see if you missed anything?
Followed all of it and still getting the same error on CFG and GX, can run apps from formatted HDD though.
i started to think of using ciosrev17 and pick an old version of CFG (e.g. r56 or r57b4) for a quick test....
the newly released cios_r19/20 and CFG might be the root cause of failure.