cant add more then 7 games on my usb help!

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  1. kenrousell2
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    ok so i cant have more then 7 games on my usb the ones i add after i have 7 wont work the ones i add over 7 have ???? under partitions and ios0 under ios when i add them to my drive but when i add the file in the file section it looks fine Screenshot - 3_13_2015 , 10_12_22 PM.png Screenshot - 3_13_2015 , 10_13_03 PM.png Screenshot - 3_13_2015 , 10_50_33 PM.png
     
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    The fuckin' Blue Mountains brah
    The program sucks, I had this problem too, are you ripping from discs? Because when i was doing that alot of the time it was the discs fault for not reading properly. Also try copying them over one at a time, then closin ghte program and rinsing and repeating, that helped me
     
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    no im using wbfs files and what do you mean rinsing and repeating
     
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    The fuckin' Blue Mountains brah
    It's an idiom... Just means do it again
     
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    ok it worked but only until 10 games then it happens again any ideas?
     
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    Why is your HDD using the WBFS format? You are years behind the times man.

    I am assuming that all of you apps(backup loader and whatever) are on your SD card. If this is the case format your HDD to fat23 and try again. fat32 has much better compatibility with everything. Make sure you update your backup loader too.

    I am not sure what guide you used but it was outdated for sure.
     
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    cant do fat32
     
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    Why not?
     
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    If for some reason our pc is not capable of formatting your HDD to fat32(which I doubt). You can use NTFS but it suffers from lack of compatibility with a lot of programs.
     
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    I have my Wii's harddrive as NTFS just for Wii games, and all of my homebrew apps, roms, and Gamecube ISOs on my 32GB SD card. It's a win-win situation, and highly recommend it to everyone.
     
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    Just use a 3rd party formatter. Look up "3rd party format FAT32 Windows"
     
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    I have a similar setup except my HDD is fat32. I put all of my GC games on the SD card so I do not have to disconnect my WiiU HDD when I play GC games.
     
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    Ah, cool. I'm using a 2006 launch Wii, not a Wii U. My disc drive still works 100%, I only use it for the occasional disc ripping or DVD playback, but those are rare. It can read burned Gamecube games too, but I prefer SD and USB loading instead of optical drive.
     
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    easeus partition master will format an hdd to fat32
     
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    i did and i formatted it to fat32 once but the games just crash in the middle of transferring when i use fat32
     
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    All the time, or did you only try once?
     
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    i tried 3 times but i can do it again
     
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    No, if it crashed every time it probably won't... that really sucks :/ it might be a drive issue. Either way, you can try NTFS if you're just trying to use Wii games, and see how that goes for you
     
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    now i got it as fat32 and working but when i get to 7 games it keeps removing the 8th game every time i take the usb out
     
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    This happened to me with a unbranded cheap 64gb USB,I returned it and got a different one and works fine. Could be different in your cans though.