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Thread: USB isn't being read by the Wii anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by meowmix123bbb View Post
    its not i speak better Spanish then English now stop making fun of me >__< and help me please
    It's understandable if your native language is not English. I thought you were just lazy, because a lot of people are. It would be helpful if you would use periods, because it makes posts much easier to understand. This seems like it is a hardware issue, which I don't know much about, so I don't know if I can help. Why don't you try accessing a drive through WiiXplorer. That would help determine if it is a hardware issue.
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    trying wiixplorer results will be up in a few and Cile im formating a 8 gb flash drive to fat 32 that why this is taking long sorry

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    i dont think Wiixplorer is picking up my Hard drive its onlt opeing up my SD card when i pick the SD cared icon to change it to hard dive the wii just fezzes


    formatting to FAT32 results .... Didn't work

    also check if neogamma picks up the hdd-----Didn't work it just counts to 30 saying waiting to mount


    use dop-mii and uninstall ios249 and install this with wad manager cIOS249[38]-v17.wad using ios36.---- Didn't work
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    i fixed my USB problem by installing rev 10 that was able to use both USB slots but im guessing some on my games dont work now because i have such a low CIOS

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    did you try cfg 222.dol

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    yeah i also tried wiiflow 222

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    Looks like a hardware issue to me, i had this problem once after inserting and taking out too much usb hd's on the usb port, (also applying too much force on the process), try tightening down a bit the usb, or force the connector up or down (one at a time, hold down a bit then try to start a game, then try again but applying force up, not too much off course) to see if its a contact issue, i had my problem fixed only by changing usb connector (a had a spare bricked wii ). Also take a good closer look on the usb connector to see if there's any sign of damage. Could be on the board too, but chances are tiny.

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