Backup dissapears

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by General Echidna, Aug 2, 2010.

Aug 2, 2010

Backup dissapears by General Echidna at 3:36 PM (708 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. General Echidna
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    So I had a bunch of .iso's on my second NTFS partition. They worked fine in configurable USB Loader. However, they stopped because of a big mess up that turned a partition RAW. After quick formatting, I spent 2 days (Total of 48 hours straight) download one game. Now configurable USB Loader shows both partitions, but after loading one it shows no game titles. I have files that are with and without the .iso extension. The specific game is one that worked before, RT4EAF.iso

    Can I fix it without redownloading?
     
  2. General Echidna
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    Right now I think the problem was that only a quick format was used.
     
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    I re-fully-formatted and copied the file over to the root, but still noluck. It worked before...
     
  4. George Dawes

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    games don't go in the root, they go in the /wbfs/ dir. There are a few different naming schemes that cfg accepts, so check which you have and put it in the applicable dir/with valid filename.
     
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    also dont they have to be converted to wbfs file format
     
  6. elimist

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    try using a wbfs manager to add the games to your hdd. That way you will have the right directory and file names.
     

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