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Dec 23, 2008

formatting by NamelessRuin at 6:22 AM (878 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. NamelessRuin
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    so im having trouble with formatting a usb drive at least i think thats the problem. its not letting me save files to it it keeps saying cannot find specific path or somthing along those lines. should i be formatting it in fat32 or fat. its a 2gb kodak./ and what should i format my 2gb microsd and 4bg microsd as for my cyclods
     
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    for the wii fat or fat32 is fine....as for the path you have to make sure usb or sd is inserted
     
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    it is inserted but it isnt letting me write anything to it
     
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    Make sure that there is no write protect or read only mode enabled. If not then there may be a problem with your drive/card reader.
     
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    i think it might be because i have a crappy computer cause my friends 512mb usb drive works but my two 2gb ones dont im gonna try it at my buddies house and see what happens
     
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    it seems to work if i do one file at a time and if the file isnt too big
     

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