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    I have recently installed my wode and on flat mode it plays original discs. I turned on the option to see disc space and no matter what hd I use (a powered or usb powered one) they appear on the menu but always say 0. I got my new usb drive to show up today after updating my firmware to 2.3. I wanna put my discs on there but couldnt even get wii sports to go. What am I doing wrong?? Please help if ya can. Thanks

    wii-4.2U
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    Western Digital USB powered 750gb hard drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by airjoel View Post
    I have recently installed my wode and on flat mode it plays original discs. I turned on the option to see disc space and no matter what hd I use (a powered or usb powered one) they appear on the menu but always say 0. I got my new usb drive to show up today after updating my firmware to 2.3. I wanna put my discs on there but couldnt even get wii sports to go. What am I doing wrong?? Please help if ya can. Thanks

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    Wode-2.3
    Western Digital USB powered 750gb hard drive
    Good place to start is here.

    WWW.WODEJUKEBOX.ORG • View forum - Disk Ripping Support Forum

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    Quick question - what is the format of your hard drive? and do you have a folder placed in the root directory named ISO.

    And I echo WiiJohn it s a good idea to read some of the FAQ type posts on the home forum.
    “In mathematics you don't understand things. You just get used to them.” - John von Neumann

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