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    Wiiflow problems

    Hy everyone, i have a quick question for you all.
    I'm using Wiiflow in my in, using a HDD 500gb.
    The HDD is partitioned into 2, one WBFS partition and other FAT32 partition
    in this FAT32 partition i placed my wiiflow folder, to get covers and themes.
    but the problem is, looks like wiiflow is not recognizing the FAT32 partition, cuz i cant load any themes or either load any cover which i have in there.
    The WBFS partition work fine, all games load fine.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    I don't know why people need more than 1 paritition.

    Just one NTFS partition, all problems solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamer89420 View Post
    I don't know why people need more than 1 paritition.

    Just one NTFS partition, all problems solved.
    Well, i'm not used to work with CIOS and all the stuff as i am very new to this stuff.
    And i'm not sure if the wiiflow version i'm using supports NTFS partitions (i dont know wiiflow's version)
    I only know a few things about the WBFS format and so on, thats why i'm still with it.

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    download wiiflow 2.2 RC1, it has ntfs support

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    Quote Originally Posted by kardell View Post
    download wiiflow 2.2 RC1, it has ntfs support
    Thanks, but i think i wait for other help, i'm afraid of trying to install the new wiiflow and ending messing up with the console.

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    You might have to have the fat32 partition marked as primary and active.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    You might have to have the fat32 partition marked as primary and active.
    i'm using Easy Partition Magic, and it shows the FAT32 as primary and active
    and the Unformatted partiton which is the WBFS partition as primary and None

    is this correct?

    i was looking through the internet and i saw things around "wiiflow.ini" in the wiiflow directory.
    Do i need to have it in my wiiflow directory? Or wiiflow.ini is just to install wiiflow?
    Cuz i dont have this file in my folder and i cant find it anywhere.
    Last edited by MathCeccon; 11-30-2011 at 08:16 AM.

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    No the wiiflow.ini should be in the wiiflow folder that is placed in the apps folder in your fat partition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    No the wiiflow.ini should be in the wiiflow folder that is placed in the apps folder in your fat partition.
    but this file only when i'm trying to install it correct? since it needs to be located at the apps folder.

    this is how my FAT32 partition is setted

    J:\wiiflow\boxcovers
    or does it need to be


    J:\apps\wiiflow\boxcovers??
    And also, is there any place where can i download wiiflow.ini?
    Realy appriciate your help.

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    your fat partition should be like this

    USB root/apps/wiiflow/boot.dol and wiiflow.ini
    USB root/wiiflow/boxcovers

    you can grab the wiiflow.ini from this guide chapter 3, but u may need to edit it with wordpad to suit your set up

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