exFat on WiiFlow

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  1. sidishere
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    sidishere GBAtemp Regular

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    hi i was wondering if wiiflow supports a HDD formatted with exfat.
    or which other backup loaders support exfat.
     
  2. Bladexdsl

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    no it has to be fat32 use Partition Wizard Home Edition to format it in win7/vista
     
  3. sidishere
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    i dont want to format it to fat32
    are there any other usb loaders that support exfat???
     
  4. Rydian

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    Then you format it to WBFS.

    If not that, then you don't use it.

    ExFAT has bad support outside of windows.
     
  5. tj_cool

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    No loader accepts exFAT (FAT64).

    You need to format it to FAT32, NTFS or WBFS to use it.
     
  6. sidishere
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    sidishere GBAtemp Regular

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    ah that bites
    i heard something about:
    bourton usb loader
    or something like that accepts it tho.
    although i cant find bourton usb loader, i think i spelled it wrong.
     
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    edit// scratch that
     
  8. Etheboss

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    support for exFAT will come soon enough if there is enough demand for it...
     
  9. PsyBlade

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    ext2+ can be used too (ro iirc) (at least with cfg)
    but probably not that appealing to someone considering exfat