Separate names with a comma.
I assume you have set it like this:
covers_path = usb:/usb-loader/covers
that should work.
You can check the debug messages from inside the...
All top loaders supports FAT32 including GX, WiiFlow and CFG of course. :)
Strange, maybe the iso is from a different region than the physical disc?
Doesn't look right, try first with a smaller game like wii play or sports or something
What you did should be it.
Are you launching from HBC or a forwarder?
Regarding speed no, it should be the same. In every case a direct sector read is done. The way it is implemented there is no filesystem and file...
No, splitting the files should not affect the loading speed.
Your configuration is ok. And no moving ntfs_write and fat_split_size to config.txt will not prevent remounting and it's only the ntfs_write that...
Great! So, problem solved. :)
Yes I see that the ntfs partition is remounted, and the reason is because you have enabled write to ntfs. However...
From the debug.log I can see that the forwarder did not specify which IOS to use at startup:
args: =fat:/apps/usbloader/boot.dol =not set...
In gui: Info / Debug / Save Debug
in console mode: minus button / global options / save debug.log
You can try adding the debug=1 option to meta.xml to see if it is being accepted at all or not, like this:
<arg>ios = 248</arg>...
Are you launching through a forwarder channel or through HBC?
If it's through a forwarder channel, then maybe the forwarder doesn't read the...
scroll down to: Meta.xml steps
basically you need to add this to meta.xml:
It should work. Try selecting the right partition from the device menu.
Note: it's wbfs not wfbs as you have written.
Maybe use a tool like wii...