1. Gomyde

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    Hey everyone!

    I'm writing this because I searched all I could but I still can't find a solution. I recently got a wii and I'm trying to hack it to play via USB. The thing is, I can't install the d2x v10 thing. It never shows up. I tryied files from all over the place, I put the files on every possible folder on the sd card and nothing seems to work. I am that stupid? What am I doing wrong?
     
  2. SkeletonSmith

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    Try uninstalling then reinstalling the homebrew channel
    If not install d2x through the open shop channel
     
  3. Gomyde

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    Hey! Thanks for the reply. How do I do the open shop channel thing? Reinstalling homebrew didn't work for me
     
  4. Shadow#1

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    Run syscheck and post the results
     
  5. Gomyde

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    Hi! Is that it?
     

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  6. Shadow#1

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    Post the output file it's a text file copy and paste the text from within
     
  7. Gomyde

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    Where is the file located? It should be the IOSsysCheck.log, right? It's not on my sd D:
     
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    Hello,

    The syscheck report you posted ?? , is this yours ??

    If yes, everything is correct.

    where are your games ==> on SD card, usb key or external hard drive?

    RECOMMEND ===> FAT 32 external hard drive
     
  11. Magsor

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    The problem is that you are using a SDXC card instead of SDHC.
     
  12. Shadow#1

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    From a technical standpoint HC and XC r identical
     
  13. Magsor

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    So why don't you say: SDXC cards works on wii. ? You know for sure?
     
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  14. Shadow#1

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    Because there really isn't a reason to go past 2GB for Wii to begin with
     
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  15. Magsor

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    But the fact is the problem was the SD so... He can thank me!!! The fact is SDXC works on wii it<s just not supported by most homebrew.
     
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    I have an SDXC and it works just fine
     
  17. XFlak

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    What exactly didn't work. In my experience when modmii doesn't work It's either compatibility issues (with hard drives or SD card) or user error.
     
  18. GerbilSoft

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    Literally the only difference between SDHC and SDXC is the default filesystem. Format it as FAT32 and all Wii homebrew will support it.
     
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