Someone Please Help Me With Installing USB Loader GX 3.0 PLEASE

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  1. NateTrudeau802
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    Hey guys I really want to install USB Loader GX on my Wii 4.3U Softmodded. I'm not sure what cIOS I need, but I have a USB with games that I can load in other loaders. If it helps, heres my latest system check on my Wii taken a few hours ago. Any help at all would be great. Thanks.
    sysCheck GX v1.0.0 by Erik Spyder

    sysCheck GX is running under IOS58 (rev 6176).

    Console ID: 146996582.
    Region: NTSC-U.
    Hollywood v0x21.
    Boot2 v4.
    System Menu v54449 (?).
    BC v6.
    MIOS v65535.


    Found 128 titles.
    Found 49 IOS and 4 IOS Stubs on this console.

    Priiloader is installed.


    IOS 3 (rev 65280): Stub
    IOS 4 (rev 65280): Stub
    IOS 9 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 10 (rev 768): Stub
    IOS 11 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 12 (rev 269): NAND Access
    IOS 13 (rev 273): NAND Access
    IOS 14 (rev 520): NAND Access
    IOS 15 (rev 523): NAND Access
    IOS 16 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, FLASH Access
    IOS 17 (rev 775): NAND Access
    IOS 20 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 21 (rev 782): NAND Access
    IOS 22 (rev 1037): NAND Access
    IOS 28 (rev 1293): NAND Access
    IOS 30 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 31 (rev 3349): NAND Access
    IOS 33 (rev 2834): NAND Access
    IOS 34 (rev 3348): NAND Access
    IOS 35 (rev 3092): NAND Access
    IOS 36 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS 37 (rev 5663): NAND Access
    IOS 38 (rev 3867): NAND Access
    IOS 40 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 41 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 43 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 45 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 46 (rev 3093): NAND Access
    IOS 48 (rev 4123): NAND Access
    IOS 50 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 51 (rev 4864): Stub
    IOS 52 (rev 5661): NAND Access
    IOS 53 (rev 5149): NAND Access
    IOS 55 (rev 5149): NAND Access
    IOS 56 (rev 5661): NAND Access
    IOS 57 (rev 5918): NAND Access
    IOS 58 (rev 6176): NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS 60 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 61 (rev 5662): NAND Access
    IOS 62 (rev 6430): NAND Access
    IOS 70 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 80 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 90 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS202 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS222 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, USB 2.0
    IOS223 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, USB 2.0
    IOS224 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS236 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS247 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS248 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS249 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS250 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS254 (rev 65281)

    Report generated on 2014-07-01.
     
  2. migles

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    your ios list doesnt show which Cios you are using specifically but it should be fine, just download the usb loader and load it through homebrew channel, if other usb loader works, the Cios you have is fine.

    edit: also what do you need more in help?
     
  3. NateTrudeau802
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    I have priiloader, and when I download it from the official forum it loads but says no USB Device found. I have no idea what the problem is
     
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    did you tried to plug the HDD to the other usb port?
    also my hdd can't connect unless i replug the cable everytime just before launching the loader.. try to see if this solves your problem

    what is your hdd formated to?
     
  5. NateTrudeau802
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    It loads up then I get an error "USB device not found. Switching to channel list mode" even after i've unplugged and plugged back in
     
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    did you tried to change the usb port and restart the wii? if the hdd does have 2 usb plug, switch them (only one does transfer the data) and restart the wii

    can you use this sys check? http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SysCheck
    it shows the cios you have installed..

    and which hdd are you using?
     
  7. NateTrudeau802
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    Im not sure what the port number is but the one with all the wires on the same side. Im running that syscheck now
     
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    there are 2 usb ports on the back of console, some usb loaders are very picky... try to change that usb port and load the usb loader gx to see if it detects...
     
  9. NateTrudeau802
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    Nope still nothing. Btw that SysCheck report had close to nothing in it
     
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    this is weird, on the console if you display the report on the screen, does it says more stuff than the report you gave? try to check for hermes, or d2x...

    what hdd do you own?
     
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    My HDD is a DT101 G2 32 GB. I dont know how to check for hermes or d2x or what those two things are. I dont know how to display the report on my console because SysCheck exits to my main wii screen when its done.
     
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    do you remember when did you hacked the console? it was a long time ago?
     
  13. NateTrudeau802
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    How long do you consider long. I think it hasn't been to long. Here's the SysCheck I think you're looking for. SysCheck GX, by the same guy, says it scans cIOS and all that plus it made a good report. Here it is.


    sysCheck GX v1.0.0 by Erik Spyder

    sysCheck GX is running under IOS58 (rev 6176).

    Console ID: 146996582.
    Region: NTSC-U.
    Hollywood v0x21.
    Boot2 v4.
    System Menu v54449 (?).
    BC v6.
    MIOS v65535.


    Found 131 titles.
    Found 49 IOS and 4 IOS Stubs on this console.

    Priiloader is installed.


    IOS 3 (rev 65280): Stub
    IOS 4 (rev 65280): Stub
    IOS 9 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 10 (rev 768): Stub
    IOS 11 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 12 (rev 269): NAND Access
    IOS 13 (rev 273): NAND Access
    IOS 14 (rev 520): NAND Access
    IOS 15 (rev 523): NAND Access
    IOS 16 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, FLASH Access
    IOS 17 (rev 775): NAND Access
    IOS 20 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 21 (rev 782): NAND Access
    IOS 22 (rev 1037): NAND Access
    IOS 28 (rev 1293): NAND Access
    IOS 30 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 31 (rev 3349): NAND Access
    IOS 33 (rev 2834): NAND Access
    IOS 34 (rev 3348): NAND Access
    IOS 35 (rev 3092): NAND Access
    IOS 36 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS 37 (rev 5663): NAND Access
    IOS 38 (rev 3867): NAND Access
    IOS 40 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 41 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 43 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 45 (rev 3091): NAND Access
    IOS 46 (rev 3093): NAND Access
    IOS 48 (rev 4123): NAND Access
    IOS 50 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 51 (rev 4864): Stub
    IOS 52 (rev 5661): NAND Access
    IOS 53 (rev 5149): NAND Access
    IOS 55 (rev 5149): NAND Access
    IOS 56 (rev 5661): NAND Access
    IOS 57 (rev 5918): NAND Access
    IOS 58 (rev 6176): NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS 60 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 61 (rev 5662): NAND Access
    IOS 62 (rev 6430): NAND Access
    IOS 70 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 80 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS 90 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify
    IOS202 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS222 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, USB 2.0
    IOS223 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, USB 2.0
    IOS224 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0
    IOS236 (rev 54321): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS247 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS248 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS249 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS250 (rev 21006): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access
    IOS254 (rev 65281)

    Report generated on 2014-07-02.
     
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    I have to go to football right now but I'll be back on at like 8:30 please continue to help me you're really good at this bye for now
     
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    Just install d2x v10 beta52 or beta53 alt it worked for me
     
  16. Cyan

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    If you already launched the loader once on port1, it "saved/remember" the fact that you didn't have Wii games to display and that your loader is in "Channel mode".
    If you only switch the USB port to where your drive is connected, it will not detect the games because it's now saved that "You are in Channel mode only, no Wii game will be displayed even if you connect a drive in the correct port".

    To force the detection of Wii games, you need to enable "Wii games" in the 4th icon in the top menu.


    When you put your Wii horizontal, the Port0 is the bottom one, and Port1 is the one in the middle.
    You need to connect the drive on Port0.
    Launch USBLoaderGX from the Homebrew Channel (NOT from priiloader!) until you get everything working.
     
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    I'm sorry Cyan. Honestly. I was trying to help that other Member out and I did write that guide. I'll make sure I know what I'm talking about next time. Anyways, how do I install the d2x cIOS with the installer. I don't know how. Also, I use a USB formatted with WBFS Manager and it works with CFG USB Loader. I can't get it to work with WiiFlow or USB Loader GX. I had it working with older versions of USB Loader GX and WiiFlow, so do I need to install that d2x cIOS or did I install something that's messing it up? Is it because of WBFS manager? Because it loads with CFG Loader and used to load with WiiFlow and USB Loader GX before I replaced them with the updated versions. Also, one more thing. My SD Card is 16 GB. Any more help would be great. Thanks.
     
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    Sorry for what I said if you wrote it, I thought you found this somewhere because it has outdated/wrong steps.
    I'll explains few things so you can understand what's good or wrong.

    Your SD card is fine. the size depends on what you want to store on it (only apps, covers, emulators, roms, games, isos, etc.)



    First, about the WBFS partition format:
    This was created because FAT32 wasn't possible yet.
    The format is very basic (a table of used/unused clusters) and the games written after it. To access WBFS partition, you need specific tools such as WBFS manager, or WiiBackupManager.
    Old managers were all relying on a broken library which didn't correctly marked the clusters as used, so when you added a new game it overwrote parts of existing games thinking it was free clusters.
    That's how you get corrupted games, games not booting, and all this without knowing that it's WBFS format fault.
    WBFS manager is faulty, and that's why I don't recommend using it.

    WiiBackupManager, as far as I remember, is doing a proper check on used blocks(clusters). You can even fix incorrectly marked blocks, but it can't fix the deleted clusters. only fix the wrong informations for future game installation.

    This format is still easilly corrupted due to above issue (I think even with WBManager, but I'm not 100% sure).
    If you are helping a new user, don't recommend this format. FAT32 is far better.
    If it's an old user already using WBFS partition format, give him choice between keeping this format but knowing the corruption issue, of convert the partition to FAT32 without losing (non currupted) games using wbfs2fat program.


    WBFS partition format works fine with USBLoaderGX (I'm still using this format myself, as part of my tests/debugging when developing the loader).
    Maybe it's because the partition is corrupted? try fixing/installing new games to that partition using Wii Backup Manager.



    To install d2x cIOS:
    First, d2x will require hardware access (AHB_access/disabled AHB_protection). To get this, you need HBC at least version 1.0.7
    Then, you need to copy the installer on your SD card (or USB) and place in the same folders the data that you want to install (the installer without any data to install is useless).
    I created a nice package with all d2x version into a single one, ready to copy to SD card:
    For Wii
    For WiiU vWii (DON'T MIX THEM! DON'T INSTALL ANY VERSION BELOW v10 ON WII-U)

    Run the installer, Select what you want to install and in which slots. install it :)
    The installer has also a features to see what's already installed (slot map), and to make batch installs instead of one by one (but I prefer doing it one by one, to see if something goes wrong).

    What you need to install:

    1
    What: d2x v8 (or v10beta52 or v10beta53)
    Base: 56
    Where: slot249
    Version: 21008 (or 21010). prevent installing v65535, it can be problematic.

    2
    What: d2x v8 (or v10beta52 or v10beta53)
    Base: 57
    Where: slot250
    Version: 21008 (or 21010). prevent installing v65535, it can be problematic.

    That's all.


    Just know the main differences with cIOSes:

    Hermes
    v4 and v5.1: old cIOS, compatible with both Port0 and Port1. Usually installed in slot range 200-224. Works with WBFS and FAT32. not compatible with EmuNAND.
    Waninkoko
    cIOS rev1-17: Compatible with WBFS only. FAT32 is working with EmuNAND. Works only with port0
    cIOS rev18-21: Compatible with WBFS/FAT32/NTFS for wii games, FAT32 for EmuNAND. Works only with port0
    d2x cIOS
    d2x is a modification/continuation of Waninkoko cIOS rev21.
    v1-8: Compatible with WBFS/FAT32/NTFS for wii games, FAT32 for EmuNAND. Works only with port0
    v9: Adds more HDD support compatibility, Adds Port1 support, but has less EmuNAND compatibility. As it broke some compatibility, it was divided in two version: v10 & v10alt
    v10: v8+v9 without port1 support. Good EmuNAND compatibility
    v10-alt: v8+v9 with port1 support. less EmuNAND compatibility



    With USBLoaderGX:
    Like I said in your other this thread, the loader remember your settings so if you launched it once with wrong settings, you have to know and understand how the loader works to change the settings manually, or just reset everything if you want to be sure everything is back to default.
     
  19. Mariosegafreak

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    Why would anyone use WBFS anymore? It's garbage. fat32 is the optimal format for wii & gc game ripping.