Hacking Need help with USBLoaderGX


Active Member
Dec 25, 2014
I've tried to troubleshoot this myself for the past few days, but I can't figure it out. I'm using a 2TB external with a power adapter, so there's no need for a Y cable. I have the drive formatted to Fat32 MBR. I used Wii Backup Manager to convert my isos to WBFS files before putting them on the external. I start usbloadergx via it's own channel or hbc, and I get the same thing. My Drive is recognized (tells me how much free space I have), but it's not seeing any files. It just sees my SD apps.

Do I have to set up a file path for games? I just have the WBFS folders that were created right there on the drive. The only other thing I can think of is my installation. I installed USBLoaderGX_V_3 ISO 249, and I dropped this .rar file in my apps>usb_loader folder.

sysCheck v2.1.0b19 by Double_A and R2-D2199, Nano
...runs on IOS58 (rev 6432).

Region: unknown
System Menu 4.3 (v608)

Drive date: 2012.07.12
Homebrew Channel 1.1.2 running on IOS58
HomebrewFilter ist nicht installiert
Hollywood v0x21
Console ID: 618429079
Boot2 v0
Found 49 titles.
Found 34 IOS on this console. 0 of them are stub.

IOS9 (rev 1290): No Patches
IOS12 (rev 782): No Patches
IOS13 (rev 1288): No Patches
IOS14 (rev 1288): No Patches
IOS15 (rev 1288): No Patches
IOS17 (rev 1288): No Patches
IOS21 (rev 1295): No Patches
IOS22 (rev 1550): No Patches
IOS28 (rev 2063): No Patches
IOS31 (rev 3864): No Patches
IOS33 (rev 3864): No Patches
IOS34 (rev 3864): No Patches
IOS35 (rev 3864): No Patches
IOS36 (rev 3864): No Patches
IOS37 (rev 5919): No Patches
IOS38 (rev 4380): No Patches
IOS41 (rev 3863): No Patches
IOS43 (rev 3863): No Patches
IOS45 (rev 3863): No Patches
IOS46 (rev 3863): No Patches
IOS48 (rev 4380): No Patches
IOS53 (rev 5919): No Patches
IOS55 (rev 5919): No Patches
IOS56 (rev 5918): No Patches
IOS57 (rev 6175): No Patches
IOS58 (rev 6432): USB 2.0
IOS59 (rev 9249): No Patches
IOS62 (rev 6942): No Patches
IOS80 (rev 7200): No Patches
IOS249[56] (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Access, USB 2.0
IOS250[57] (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Access, USB 2.0
IOS251[58] (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Access, USB 2.0
IOS512 (rev 7): NAND Access, USB 2.0
IOS513 (rev 1): NAND Access, USB 2.0

Report generated on 2015/01/04.


GBATemp's lurking knight
Former Staff
Oct 27, 2002
Engine room, learning
the /wbfs/ path should be already set by default.
I don't understand why two users this past week had issue with finding games on their HDD.

WiiBackupManager should put the games in the correct fomat and path (use subfolder option, and layout Title_[ID])

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