5gen ipod video with usb loader help

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by murfMan, Jun 9, 2009.

Jun 9, 2009
  1. murfMan
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    Newcomer murfMan Advanced Member

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    i have tried pretty much everything to get this to work with my 5gen 30gb Ipod Video. i have started by formating the ipod (with the windows formatting tool and the HP formatting tool ... not using the quick format option) to fat32, ntfs, exfat, even tried a RAW partition and everytime i plug the ipod into the wii and try to format to wbfs with usbloader 1.1 it says that the format was successful. but it shows that i have 0.0 out of 0.0gb free. then when i try to install a game it gives me a (DSI) exception and memory dump. in usb loader 1.5 whenever i try to format the ipod it gives me a (ISI) exception and a memory dump. I have also tried to use the Max's WBFS GUI when i use that i get,

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    error writing to hd sector: No Error
    also i have DO cios rv10 installed and i AM putting the ipod into disk mode.
    i have tried plugging the ipod into both the usb ports on the back of the wii ... still nothing. is there anything that i am missing?
    anyone who has actually got this working wanna give me any advice?

    any help would be great, thanks!
     
  2. murfMan
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    Newcomer murfMan Advanced Member

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    anyone??
     
  3. WiiThoko

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    I have the same problem with the "error writing to hd sector: No error" with my 160gb ipod classic. I can't get anything to happen on Usb Loaders, just error ret -1 after the 30 second time out...I just gave up [​IMG]
     
  4. chrisf

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    use a real hard drive. ipod is only screwing up your games and its probably not good for the ipod's drive either
     

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