1.5 USB/SD Loader and a 16gb Kingston DataTraveler G2

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by UKTone, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. UKTone
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    I first tried putting an iso (4.37gb) onto the 16gb flash drive (14.9 free, which is the whole thing......), but it said the disk drive was full and to free up space, what do I need to do? Just got the flash drive.

    How can I use the iso on my flash drive for my wii, doesn't it have to be formatted to work with the wii?

    Please give any other tips on this issue for me please.
     
  2. Josh192

    Newcomer Josh192 Advanced Member

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    Load the USB Loader with the 16gb stick plugged and the USB Loader will detect the memory stick and ask you if you want to format it say yes and wait for it to be formatted. Then you can insert any original or backup game and press + to install it to USB
     
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    You can use WBFS Manager 2.5 to format your USB but also check the compatibility http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php/USB...patibility_List
    Also why did you post two threads?
     
  4. UKTone
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    I got an error and I didn't know it got posted. Could a Mod combine the topics together? If not please delete the other, I read the other one's one post.

    The link is not working, and I tried to format the flash drive, but I get an error...... could I use the wii to format it then use it on the computer on the wbfs manager?

    Btw I am using the 84x download and downloaded it from their official website.

    I don't know what to do.
     

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