Help!: Wii wont recoginze HDD after installing CIOS rev14

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  1. LexLuthor
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    Following my update to Cios rev14 from rev12 my Wii wont recognise my FAT formatted HDD.
    Mplayer cant see it and nor can Geexbox.

    I tried going back down to rev12 and it worked again.

    Is there any fix for this problem?

    Thanks for you help!
     
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    try swapping usb ports
     
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    FAT16 or FAT32?
     
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    Is that a known solution or just an idea?
    It could be the problem, ill try it out.
    Although I was under the assumption that for MPlayer you had to use a certain port (that being the one I am using)?
     
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    32 I believe.
     
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    Did swapping help ?
     
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    Sorry I shouldnt have made this thread just now because I have to go into town.
    Thanks for all your help everyone.
    Ill come back and post a bit later once I tried reinstalling rev14 then swapping the ports.
     

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