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    Quote Originally Posted by desperado836 View Post
    Didn't ask before hand, but did you install cIOS during your softmod to enable usb loading?

    OK, I checked the modpack file, it is in there so it should have installed...
    Fat32 formatting is still a no go. The light doesn't even light up on my thumb drive (the one on the supported list). Is there a way USB could have been disabled somehow?

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    Sure, if no cIOS is installed or the slot got stubbed.

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    What does "The slot got stubbed" mean? and how would I fix that? And how would i re-install a cios

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    Can you post a syscheck? It could tell us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptizzl View Post
    What does "The slot got stubbed" mean? and how would I fix that? And how would i re-install a cios
    On SM4.2 and above, those slots are stubbed. This means you must first remove the stub and then install the cIOS. As the next person suggested, do a SysCheck report and reply in-thread.

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    Last edited by Stomp_442; 08-29-2010 at 08:37 PM. Reason: fix IOS list format

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    So since 5 of mine are stub that means I need to remove those and reinstall them? if so, could you tell me what my next steps will be?

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    I don't think that's it. Your 249 isn't stubbed, nor is 250 or the like. At this point, I'm out of ideas, other then rev17 not reading fat32 (w/o running it on 222), but you tried wbfs first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by summersyn View Post
    I don't think that's it. Your 249 isn't stubbed, nor is 250 or the like. At this point, I'm out of ideas, other then rev17 not reading fat32 (w/o running it on 222), but you tried wbfs first.
    So you think I may be able to run fat32 on 222? I really am getting desperate here. I embarked on this thinking this would take a half an hour and have been dealing with it for 11 hours now

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    If you follow the fat32 guide I linked, you can try to get the .dol version of CFG usbloader meant for 222 and try the fat32 install. After a LOT of problems on this site with GX, I was finally convinced to change. You can try it and see what happens. With the .dol, there is little risk in trying.
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