home brew browser fails to mount usb

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Aug 22, 2010
  1. foolontehill
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    Newcomer foolontehill Advanced Member

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    Hi all, installed a clean ios58 with tantrics installer and installed the new HBC.

    Everything is working great, except the home brew browser. It initializes the network, then scrolls the screen with "attempting to mount SD... failed" then "attempting to mount USB....failed"

    over and over and over...

    I do not have a sd card inserted, haven't had to in forever. I run everything off of my FAT32 HDD. HBC and all other applications recognize the HDD no problem.

    I have cios249r19 and r5 of hermes cioses.

    Any help on the homebrew browser? If not, i can always download them on the PC and transfer with wiiftp. But would like to have it working.

    Thanks.


    edit: downgraded HBB to version 3.6 and it is recognizing my HDD. Weird... would like to have the latest version.
    2nd edit, version 3.6 mounts the usb fine, but code dumps before it will start.
     
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    Try a different SD/USB.
     
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    the HDD works with every other application, and is the same HDD i was using before the HBC update. The home brew browser worked with it before...
     
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    Maybe try setting the FAT partition as your first one.
     
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    Thanks for the ideas, but the whole HDD is one fat32 partition.
     

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