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    UNEEK + Usb Loaders

    I want to install uneek, on the first partition of my hardrive FAT32 and have the second partition NTFS to store my games.

    Will i be able to run uneek and access the usbs second partition. i know you cant acess the sd when using sneek. just wondered before i go wasting my time, cant find this information anywhere.

    if this is silly question i apologise, a simple yes or no would be appreciated

    Thanks in advance for any clarification.
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    firstwe askall new members topost in the intro section and as for your qusetion i would use fat 32 for your games aswell

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    I'll post in the intro section np wasnt aware i had to do so, sorry.

    Is there any reason for fat32 rather than ntfs as the 4gb limitation isn't ideal. are there issues with ntfs and uneek inparticular.

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    im not sure about uneek with ntfs bbut if you make your fat32 partition big enough for all your all games and then have ntfs partition for things bigger that 4gb (and your wii games will go on fat 32 because when you tranfere themall uneeded data is removed wihich makes most games less than 4gb and those thar are still bigger the program you use to transfere them splits them up so they will work aswell)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xandehx View Post
    Is there any reason for fat32 rather than ntfs as the 4gb limitation isn't ideal. are there issues with ntfs and uneek inparticular.
    far as I know, uneek and ntfs don't work,
    try fat32 with 32kb clusters as that's recommended
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