Cant add games to USB Loader

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Dec 20, 2009

Cant add games to USB Loader by jazvdb at 6:01 AM (1,083 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. jazvdb
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    For the past few games, i am not able to add any games to my USB....
    Tried ncWBFSTool_v1.0 and WBFS manager...
    Both of them say "Finish adding games to drive"but when i check it, its not there...
    Am i just unlucky that all the ISOs i got are all bad?



    Ignore everything above


    New question, when you delete something through the Wii, the tickets get left behind BUT does it take up any space?
     
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    its probly the drive
     
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    Very Unlikely.

    Try EVERY WBFS Manager for your OS.
     
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    i kinda had this problem but every time i wopuld usually transfer a game the light on the HDD would flash but then it stopped flashing once and figured out it was the usb drives on the computer were faulty so i use a different computer for my game transfers now
    so try a different comp and see what happens
     
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    Thx to answers...


    But i never had this trouble before and i've added a significant number of games...
    So the only thing i can think of is th hard driv itself
     
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    If allowed, post the size in bytes of the ISO(s) and WBFS(s) -- better yet the cksum -- and the name and version of the WBFS utility you used. If not allowed, give the names and IDs of the games and ask people to PM you directly if they think they can help. Maybe someone has the same setup and can validate your files w/o you having to brute force d/l each converter and run them until you are successful.
     
  8. jazvdb
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    Okay i tried this:

    Burned it to a DVD, and installed via CFG Loader and it workerd prfctly fine..

    Now, when i plug it into the PC and try to install a game from there, i still cant
    (Huge note: the autoplay thing keeps popping, which means that the hard drive is being plugged in and out when it's not.. FAILING HARD DRIV?!?!?!
     
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    New question, when you delete something through the Wii, the tickets get left behind BUT does it take up any space?
     
  10. giantpune

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    yes the .tik takes up space. its not much, but its space. a ticket is always 0x2a4 bytes, so you can put just under 800,000 on a empty nand. so you really dont have to worry too terribly much about the space. you waste much more space having extra system channels and stub IOSes and game saves and the huge messageboard file shit.
     

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