Hacking Uneek+Di Reloading Boot Mii Ios! problem help!

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so i have this probleam and the title pretty much tells it i used modmii to install the Uneek+di for my 1tb usb drive with 2 seperate partition the primary (uneek+Di) partition and the other is with the wbfs (wii games) partition i run the neek2o channel and it gives me this


"nSwitch v2.2 (c) 2013 Overjoy

Switching to "realnand" mode...
Mounting USB device... done!
Checking MBR...
Found "FAY" partition
Checking for kernel.bin... found!
kernel.bin size:220792
Loading kernel.bin into memory...done!
Loading mini mod into memory... done!
Reloading bootmii IOS!"

And it was stuck like that

BTW here is

my hard drive Im running Computer Management
 

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neek doesn't support wbfs partitions. Only FAT32. Be sure it's the 1st partition, primary, set active and a cluster size of max 32kb.
 

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neek doesn't support wbfs partitions. Only FAT32. Be sure it's the 1st partition, primary, set active and a cluster size of max 32kb.

also i did do that the one that i point to was the wBFs and the other on the left is the fat 32
 

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If I remember correctly this happened to me as well.
Try the following:
- Make sure the Wii NAND partition is set as Primary.
- Try a dedicated USB flash drive with one partition, so the Wii can see it easily.
- Be sure you have the USB drive plugged into the port closest to the side of the Wii.
 

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If I remember correctly this happened to me as well.
Try the following:
- Make sure the Wii NAND partition is set as Primary.
- Try a dedicated USB flash drive with one partition, so the Wii can see it easily.
- Be sure you have the USB drive plugged into the port closest to the side of the Wii.
Theres two sides so ill check
Both of them gave me the same thing
 

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Are you sure the cluster size of the first partition is 32kb or less? If so. Try booting into neek without the di module.
 

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That would mean something is missing or neek2o can't read it.

Possible things that could cause this:
- Again: Be sure the partition is FAT32, primary, set active and has a 32kb cluster size
- Something is wrong with your nand backup
- Your usb device is not compatible with the current version you use.

The latest beta version of neek2o has much better usb support, but you can only get that on IRC
 

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That would mean something is missing or neek2o can't read it.

Possible things that could cause this:
- Again: Be sure the partition is FAT32, primary, set active and has a 32kb cluster size
- Something is wrong with your nand backup
- Your usb device is not compatible with the current version you use.

The latest beta version of neek2o has much better usb support, but you can only get that on IRC

im guessing the third one my hdd is a WesternDigital My Book Essential
it kinda make sense, But What is the latest beta version of neek2o
 

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Hmm, what seemed to fix it for me was using a USB flash drive other than my external hard drive. (Maybe mine was unsupported as well.)
i guess theres not that much external HD support for sneek only flash drive but could the flash drive load the hard drive thats on port 1
like if the flash drive in port 0 load external HDD in port 1
 

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usb support in the beta's should be the same as with d2x cIOS by davebaol.

You can ask for the beta's on IRC
 

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Is there a fix for this? I'm having the same issue. I've tried several HDDs, USB flash drives and an SD card and it always hangs at the same point :(
 
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