Now hard drive is not detected after using ModMii

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by xtrem3x, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. xtrem3x
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    xtrem3x Advanced Member

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    Hadnt updated for a while or played any new games in the last 4 months or so and have been running all my games perfectly from my WBFS formatted drive.
    Used ModMii to update & selected to update from scratch to be on the safe side.

    Now no USB loader sees my HDD.

    Installed cIOS 20

    Still no USB loaders see my HDD. So... What am I doing wrong?

    I am using the bottom port, as I have always done.
     
  2. Cocosimp

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    Same thing happened to me, changed to cios rev 19 and all is good again.
     
  3. xtrem3x
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    xtrem3x Advanced Member

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    I have had to drop back to Cios rev 17 [​IMG]
    What am I missing out on?
     
  4. mooncraterx

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    I am having a harddrive detection problem too after installing cIOS249-IOS36-rev07.wad

    my wbfs is fine in windows... Please help!
     
  5. DKAngel

    DKAngel GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    i dont think rev 7 has usb support, thats way to old
     
  6. Coto

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    Same here, I´m experiencing lot of problems detecting my HDD USB... and i´ve got 2 of them with same result. They will work flawless in Windows/Linux so it´s not them.

    But, it takes me like 6 retries in USB CFG loader / Wiiflow in order to detect my HDD.

    My cfg:

    Waninkoko`s:

    cIOS 249@base IOS57
    cIOS250@base IOS56


    Hermes:
    cIOS 222@base IOS38
    cIOS 223@base IOS 60

    The most weird part is, it begun just from one day to another I didn´t install anything, neither played in like, 1 week?

    I use FAT32 partition. Pheraps switching to NTFS and CFG USB Loader will fix this?
     
  7. cambridge_red

    cambridge_red Advanced Member

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    I have had this happen too, also sometimes the menu goes all wacky with no control.
     
  8. C.S.I.

    C.S.I. GBAtemp Fan

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    Dont switch to NTFS, you may regret that.

    Have you tried a Y cable for the USB Drive, if its a self powered USB HDD, maybe you are using a 'single' cable, and the HDD is drawing too much power from the Wii.