How to make Wad manager 1.4 recognise my USB HDD?

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  1. Bloodlust
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    With the release of 1.4, I have been in vain trying to let it access my WD passport NTFS/FAT32 (Both primary) partitions. Have tried choosing between IOS249/250 without any success. Please advise. [​IMG]

    I have created the wad folder with some wads but it returns with an ret =-1 error.

    NTFS->FAT32->WBFS (In order)
     
  2. DEMONDES99

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    can i hijack this? how do u partition an sd card? im learning too but can't get recognition from usb loader
     
  3. Nintendo_Chick

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    Try unpluging the power to your hd for a second while the loader is looking for a drive. Thats what I have to do to get mine working.

    And demondes99 the same as any other drive, if you can't find a partitioner that works try "Paragon Partition Manager Professional 9.0 + Recovery CD Image Pro 9"

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    just reread your post, iirc for wad manager, you need fat in the first partition.
     
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    WBFS partition must be primary, and the other ones logical.
     
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    Also it's maybe the wrong order...FAT32-->NTFS-->WBFS should be better, I think....at least this fixed something like that for me...
     
  6. Bloodlust
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    So you mean to say, it must be FAT32->NTFS->WBFS ?

    Unlike WBFS which is recognised from any partition, wad manager can only see the HDD if it resides as a FAT32 file system only in the 1st partition?
     
  7. h0meb0y25

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    Did you happen to resolve this ? I am having same problem... Please help how did you fix it ?
     

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