hdd ntsc partition not visible

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  1. Gagarin
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    Gagarin GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Ok. So I have a wbfs partition + smaller ntfs with misc tools on it. I put my wads in it, but whenever I try to access it with wad manager (mod with directory browsing) I can not access my ntsc drive. I try usb 2, 1.1 option - nothing!
    What to do with that?

    Also, I heard about rock band dlc. Can I put it on that partition and access it from Rock band? Or it must be SD card?
     
  2. Quincy

    Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    WBFS stands for Wii BACKUP File System, and for wad manager to work with USB devices, I beleive that your drive needs to be FAT32, could be wrong tho.
     
  3. OncleJulien

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    what region is your wii from? perhaps you should format the partition to pal.
     
  4. Riley

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    Format your drive to fat32 and put your games and wads on that.
     
  5. Quincy

    Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    Dude, seriously.

    Region and filesystem don't have ANY connection!

    PAL is the European region.
    NTSC is America.
    JAP(sometimes NTSC/J) is obvious.

    Also to TS, it probably is NTFS partition [​IMG]
     
  6. beegee7730

    beegee7730 ITS PAAFEKUTO!

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    I see what you fucking did there.
     
  7. smash_brew

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    Im going to assume that your 2nd partition is ntfs not ntsc. format it to fat32 as instructed above. wad manager doesn't support ntfs as far as i know. waninkoko has definitely said that he would never support ntfs in his cios. i doubt wad manager would support it either.
     
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    Someone wasnt paying attention. my hd is formatted to Region free [​IMG]
     
  9. Quincy

    Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    Yea... Right...

    I assume that that wasnt seriously?
     
  10. TRushInfo

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    goddamn hilarious is what it is
     
  11. Quincy

    Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    true, true



    (Hey banana, watcha doin?!)
     
  12. Gagarin
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    Gagarin GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Damn it! I meant ntfs, not ntsc. Anyway, when I try to format it in fat32 (cmd command) it tells me that it is to big for fat32. What is the limit for fat32?
     
  13. TRushInfo

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    google fat32 gui formatter
     
  14. Quincy

    Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    According to wikipedia:
    2 TB
    OR
    8 TB (with 32KB clusters)