Homebrew mocha fat32 cfw to just load from USB HDD

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I'm pretty new to this and have installed CBHC and want to just use a fat32 Usb HDD for wiiu games and roms.

- how do i boot off the fat32 CFW with CBHC - where do i put the files?

- can i copy the wiiu game files straight into the fat32 Usb drive from the Pc without using an SD card first.

This seems 1000x better than using a slow Sd card so why isnt this method recommended more?

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You need to install CBHC over a compatible DS VC game. DO NOT move that game to USB after the mod or your Wii U WILL brick

Currently you need to install games with the SD card, which will put them on system storage. You can move them to a Wii U formatted drive after install
 

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You need to install CBHC over a compatible DS VC game. DO NOT move that game to USB after the mod or your Wii U WILL brick

Currently you need to install games with the SD card, which will put them on system storage. You can move them to a Wii U formatted drive after install

So why cant i put it directly on the USB using the mocha fat32 cfw?
 

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