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    HDD question...

    I tested it for HomeBrew channel, but some reason the apps take more time to load compared to when it loads from the SD card...and I really find it weird, since my HDD is supposed to be one of the most compatible, loading games with WiiFlow works great, cuts the load times and works wonderfully, so why does it work so SLOW on HomeBrew channel?

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    What version of HBC are you using? If it's an older one such as 1.0.6 then you might try updating. The latest is 1.0.8.

    by the way... welcome back GW100609 .

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    But I didn't go anywhere lol, oh and the chatroom banning mess is solved now, thanks for your help, anyway...I updated to the latest HBC last week...and I never tried loading apps from USB before, is it supposed to be slower? My hdd is a Transcend 250 GB

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    It varies I find. One HDD I have is very slow loading apps, another is about the same speed as my SD. You should notice it less using the new HBC if you have IOS58 installed...but I can't tell that much to be honest.
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    So if I install ios58 it might improve...worth a try I suppose

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    You can download IOS58 from here.

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    I already installed the IOS...and things are still the same, btw what does this IOS actually enable or do?

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    IOS58 Installer does one thing, and one thing only - download and install IOS58 from the Nintendo update servers. This process does not involve any system-critical parts of the system, and is completely safe. IOS58 is required for USB 2.0 support in homebrew applications and is the default IOS used by HBC 1.0.8+. It is included in System Menu 4.3, but those who do not wish to update to 4.3 can just run this installer to get the benefits of IOS58.

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