1. WalkerOfTheDay

    WalkerOfTheDay GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    The text itself says it all ! Install Hermes Cios 222.
     
  2. pedrohell

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    Thanks,
    and sorry for my newbieness, I'm completely scared about bricking my Wii, but I will try what you said.
     
  3. pedrohell

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    After Install Hermes Cios 222, when I start Cfg usb-loader it runs, start checking my usb-hdd and it says "No Games Found" !!!!
    How is this possible if I have 2 games there? The loader says the exact size of the partition and even the exact Size of how much used space but no games.
    Help me please.
     
  4. andyselects

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    You might be better off asking on the Config USB Loader thread: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=147638&st=4815.
     
  5. jameswm

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    "the files must go into X:\wbfs (where X: is the destination drive)." (http://gwht.wikidot.com/wbfs-to-fat-transfer)
     
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    Do you have them in the /wbfs/ folder on your drive?
     
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    OK guys, a big THANK YOU TO EVERYBODY THAT HELPED ME.
    You can call me BIG DUMB ASS, STUPID, I DESERVE IT, I had the games in the root of the partition and not Inside the wbfs folder, Im less than a newbie.
    THANK YOU.
     
  8. FenrirWolf

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    Mistakes happen. =P
     
  9. Skizzo

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    Don't make me fucking laugh. That's the silliest and dumbest thing I've read around here. If piracy talk wasn't allowed here, they wouldn't have an entire group of forums DEDICATED to the warez scene and their releases. Many mods/admins routinely talk pirate, so please, spare us the nonsense.
     
  10. Skizzo

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    Define 'real data'. Have you done a binary comparison of an original .iso and one that was converted to .wbfs and back to .iso again using the -1 switch? I tried but I'm getting errors just trying to create the 1:1 .wbfs file.
     
  11. tj_cool

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    Piracy talk is allowed here (just never give links), but this forum isn't dedicated to it
     
  12. Skizzo

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    The text file is only for the end-user, and the loader does nothing with it. They can be removed with no effect on the loader.

    And to further answer the original question, the games are stored in the /wbfs folder as their TITLE ID's (for example RSIE69.wbfs, RSIE69wbf1, RSIE69wbf2), which is why the text file was added, to make them easier to read for humans, not the loader.
     
  13. FenrirWolf

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    Ok, cool. Thanks for the clarification
     
  14. Skizzo

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    You're talking in fucking circles. And unless you can demonstrate otherwise, the only space lost might be the size of a block or two, which would also occur on FAT32. Reliability issues or non-issues aside, you're talking out of your ass, again, when you insist that deleting files on a WBFS partition is any different from deleting them on any other type of FS, especially if the 'entire point you were trying to make wasn't in regards to fragmentation'.
     
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    I said 'an entire group of forums'. I guess I should have said sub-forums, i.e. the WAREZ RELEASES section, which IS dedicated to piracy talk.
     
  16. xzxero

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    who cares?
    were gettin off topic
    create a new thread if you want to discuss piracy
    and how we love it so much.
     
  17. piratesmack

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    Awesome.

    Good idea using WBFS disk images
     
  18. sonicsleep

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    now we just need exfat or ntfs or ext file system support so we dont have to break them up, then it will be perfect!
     
  19. Skizzo

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    So you jump into the middle of a discussion not involving you to ask who cares? Maybe the people discussing it?

    I'll tell you what I don't care about, and that's your post. So now that the facts have been established, don't reply and let's get back on topic. [​IMG]
     
  20. nando

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    no, we will need HFS+ for it to be perfect.
     
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