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    Partition: Auto not found!

    Hey everyone.

    So after some work I got Configurable USB Loader working. I have a game I want to play loaded on my 10gb flash drive but when I load USB Loader it gives me:

    Partition: auto not Found.
    Select a different partition
    or format a WBFS partition

    From other threads I've read it seems like it should be working because my flash drive is fat32, I didn't even have to format it. So obviously it's not letting me load the game either. I really have no idea what I did wrong.

    Any help would be highly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Are you loading from a USB. A forwarder channel, or homebrew channel? Try reformatting the drive with this Easeus Partition Master Home Edition - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com
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    I'm loading from a flash drive.

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    I mean like what is the CFG app on a USB or flash drive. And are you using a forwarder or homebrew channel to load? And format using the thing above.
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    You may want to read through the fat32 guide to be sure you didn't miss anything. I don't recall if you have the option to set thumb drives as active, but that sounds like the problem. You may have one that just isnt compatible. Try to use a different loader and see what you get, there is a GX link in my signature. Just put it inyour apps folder and run it from HBC to test it out.
    Last edited by skellinator; 08-22-2011 at 11:31 AM.

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    Well I formatted my HDD (not flash drive) to fat32 using the software you linked (I selected the HDD from the menu and pushed format -> fat 32) and I still am having the same problem. I may just be missing some software because I'm pretty clueless about this stuff. I followed the how guide for homebrewing the Wii and everything went pretty well up until the cfb loader part. I'm still trying to get WFBS manager to work but I have Windows 7 and whenever I try to download it I get the "this is the 32 bit version" messege.

    USB Loader GX seems to be working. Now I think I just need to get WFBS working and I'll be set.
    Last edited by Brian; 08-22-2011 at 09:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shart1780 View Post
    I followed the how guide for homebrewing the Wii and everything went pretty well up until the cfb loader part.
    What guide is that?
    In the fat32 guide there are links for wii backup manager and wii game manager, why not try one of those?

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    Go to SD:\usb-loader\settings.cfg and open that with wordpad .
    Here's how mine looks

    # Global Settings:
    theme = GreyMatter
    device = usb
    partition = AUTO
    gui_style = flow
    gui_rows = 1
    Just change the AUTO to FAT1 or NTFS1 or WBFS1 ..whatever is you drive formatted to

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