NTFS not working but FAT32 yes?

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  1. Fedex14
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    Fedex14 GBAtemp Regular

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    I have 1 partition in FAT32 and 1 in NTFS, both are detected correctly. When I selected FAT32 it displayed SMG there correctly, but when I changed the file to the other partition and retried, on NTFS it says no games. Is there anything special I should do to get it working? Rename the folder "WBFS"? Or what?

    Thanks!
     
  2. bwillb

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    err do you have a game on the NTFS partition? should use the same folder structure as you have on FAT32...
     
  3. Fedex14
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    Yes I have, I copy pasted the same files I used in the FAT32 partition :S
     
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    The game is under the /wbfs folder right?
    Maybe check the case, I don't remember but maybe it matters and it has to be lower case /wbfs and not /WBFS...
     
  5. Fedex14
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    Yes it's in the WBFS folder, in upper case...

    It's EXACTLY the same that in the FAT32 partition, but one gets detected and the other one doesnt...
     
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    what cios are you using?
     
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    Can you try it in lower-case /wbfs and let me know if it helps?
     
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    Yeah, I think NTFS is case sensitive for the wbfs folder. It should be lower case.
     
  9. SilverStar

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    Make sure your NTFS partition is marked as "Active". Reconnect it to your computer, take a look with drive management, and set it to active. Then it'll work.