can't get cfg usb-loader to work

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May 30, 2010
  1. davidoff246
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    Hey so let me just explain all the details, i got a 750gb WD my passport essential SE, the problems are that cfg usbloader loads up off homebrew that i have approx 20-30 seconds to surf around looking for what game i want to play and then itll randomly freeze or if i load up a game itll load to the controller warning screen then freeze or freeze right after booting off usbloader, my passport is formatted as a single full space fat32 partition it is set as a primary partition pictures below are of the contents of the hard drive,[​IMG][​IMG]

    Any help would be much appreciated, im actually just getting frustrated with this whole situation lol, also if you think any usb-loaders are better than cfg one lemme know.

    Please just tell me what im doing wrong cause im just str8 lost.
    Please help thanks in advance!
     
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    have you disabled spindown on your hard drive?
     
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    hmmm what is spindown? and how would i got about disabling?
     
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    its a sleep mode built into most hard drives - western digital's smartware (i believe) will let you alter its sleep settings.
     
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    dude you are actually golden!!!! i thought my hard drive was messed or my wii or something turns out the problem was something as simple as that thanx brother
     
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    no problem, we mac guys have to look out for each other.
     

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