Anyone Experience "Scan and Fix" Problems with SD on PC after using Loadiine?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by karloz25, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. karloz25
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    karloz25 GBAtemp Regular

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    So I've been trying to figure out my problem for a couple weeks now...

    I have a 128gb MicroSD card Class 10 U1
    The SD card was exfat, not readable by the WiiU.
    So I used Guiformat to format to FAT32.
    Then transferred some games over to the SD card.
    Played fine with Loadiine, no problems.
    So I want to add another game to the card.
    Well inserting the microSD card to the PC via adapter card or USB adapter
    I get greeted with this window: Do you want to scan and fix?

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    Both options yield same results, I am able to add more games to the card...
    But re-inserting microSD card back to the WiiU and running Loadiine,
    either Loadiine doesn't see the card or the card is seen, but no games can be loaded;
    Loadiine Messege: "Cannot Load Game"

    Now I have to copy ALL my games at once to the microSD card, and wait forever and never add a game to it again :(

    Any Ideas or thoughts?
    Have you experienced this?
     
  2. TotalInsanity4

    TotalInsanity4 GBAtemp Supreme Overlord

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    I'm guessing this means that your save got corrupted, since that's the only thing I can think of that Loadiine would be writing to the SD card. Did you take the SD card out before the game finished saving?
     
  3. EmceeKerser

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    The fuckin' Blue Mountains brah
    That message is extremely normal, I get it for all my SD cards and they all work fine
     
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  4. karloz25
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    karloz25 GBAtemp Regular

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    All games finished saving and returning to WiiU homescreen properly, before removing and inserting into PC

    Ya I have other HDD with the same messege and i agree, they work fine, but this one is driving me crazy.
    This is why I reached out to you guys and see if it was common or just me...?

    I wish there was a way like the PS3 multiman server, where I can add files from computer to console and navigate to usb / sd...
     
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  5. gamesquest1

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    is it a genuine SD card, while that error is fairly common, (usually occurs from ejecting the SD without choosing the "safely remove" option) your games should not be affected by it....unless it was a one off corruption error i would say its possible you have bought a knockoff SD and exceeded the real size limit which just corrupts everything