CFG USB Channel forwarder

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Scale, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Scale
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    I recently cleared the dust off my wii and updated a bit.
    Anyhow i have been trying to get a channel forwarder setup, but they don't seem to work.

    The only obvious reason i can think of is NTFS, are there any NTFS compatible channel forwarders for CFG USB?

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  2. FIX94

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    No, there are no NTFS compatible forwarders.
     
  3. WiiCrazy

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    Let alone forwarders does actual loaders support ntfs when their files reside in a ntfs partition anyway? (I'm not talking about games on ntfs partitions)
     
  4. George Dawes

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    Configurable USB Loader can load games from an NTFS partition, but write access is disabled.
     
  5. WiiCrazy

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    Well @OP is asking to keep the loader in ntfs partition and launch it with a forwarder...
    Anyway, to answer my own question : as we all know loaders saves their settings and since they use the NTFS library they just can't save their settings if they are on a ntfs partition... It's possible to launch the loader with a specific forwarder having ntfs support but the actual loader will not behave due to read-only access to ntfs partition. And actually I guess it will never try to access the ntfs partition, it will just try to locate the needed files on either sd card (fat32) or on the usb again on a fat32 partition.

    So @OP's question is currently void.
     
  6. George Dawes

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    Oh, sorry, by "their files" you meant their configuration files. I thought you meant game files. I misunderstood.