Help with USB loader GX

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by dhavalg, Jun 20, 2009.

Jun 20, 2009

Help with USB loader GX by dhavalg at 8:36 PM (967 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. dhavalg
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    Newcomer dhavalg Member

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    HI all I am a noob to wii hacking

    I managed to install the USB Loader GX channel, now when i connect my hard drive (which i formatted to FAT32) which is Seagate 80GB, it says no usb device detected, check for 30 seconds....
    I tried using my Pen drive 4GB but no luck.

    can some one point out the problem???

    I keep on reading cIOSxxxxx every where, is there some thing to do with it?
    If yes then please tell me what cIOS i would need to install and how would i Install that cIOS..????

    Please help me...
    I would be highly obliged....

    Thanks in advance...


    EVERY ONE WAS A NOOB ONE DAY....
     
  2. tj_cool

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    What cIOS do you have? You need r9 or higher for usb loaders (you can find some in my sig)
    And try both usb ports
     
  3. 2yugimoto

    Member 2yugimoto GBAtemp Fan

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    use usb loader 1.1 and format it to WBFS
     
  4. TroyTheZombie

    Member TroyTheZombie GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Bad advice.

    1.1 has bugs (including the deletion bug, which when you delete games via usbloader, it causes all that were installed after to get corrupt)
    Why on earth would you use such an outdated version?


    anyway, for seagate drives, don't plug in the usb card untill it is counting down the 30 seconds. Its a known issue with seagate external drives.

    also, you do need cIOS rev 9 at least installed.

    I recommend Rev10, or Rev 13a.
     
  5. wrettcaughn

    Member wrettcaughn Misunderstood Moral Elitist

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    I use a Seagate drive without issue. If Troy's solution doesn't work for you (it should work) try formatting it through WBFS Manager rather then through the loader. Plug it into your usb port before turning on the Wii and then boot your USB loader.
     
  6. dhavalg
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    Newcomer dhavalg Member

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    thanks guys
    that was good help from all of you
    didnt expect to get the replies in such a short time.
    I will try and post in a few days as i am going out for a few days.

    Thanks again all of you...
     

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