USB Loader GX showing 0 Games

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Hello everyone. I've been trying to fix my USB Loader GX but I can't figure it out. I have a FAT32 1TB HDD with a WBFS folder with games in it all through Wii Backup Manager. One thing I noticed something weird. In the settings of USBLGX, the drive setting says I have a 2048gb drive when I have a 1TB HDD. It looks something like this in the spoiler below. I'm not sure how to change the drive paths or anything so if someone could tell me how that would be great. I'm not 100% sure if this is the problem though, but it seems like it is. Just for clarification, yes I have the filter off to see Wii games on USBLGX (I have it so I can see them) and I have a FAT32 HDD formatted with guiformat and the WBFS file is created through Wii Backup Manger and the games are transferred through there as well. If you have any questions, I can answer. Here is the photo I found on the internet referenced above
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It seems that it recognizes a wbfs partition not a fat32. Do u use a second drive for WiiU games?

Then may the ports are misconfigured. U can change the port configuration to use one or two usb drives for Wii Games. Best is check one to use and put it in the right port. The port is different and depends from using a Wii or a WiiU. Normaly then USB Loader GX recognizes the Directorys with the games in directly. But it could also your installed cios are wrong.

If u dont get a solution, search this forum for a solution. Its full on threads with help by unrecognized drives or games by USB Loader GX.
 

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It seems that it recognizes a wbfs partition not a fat32. Do u use a second drive for WiiU games?

Then may the ports are misconfigured. U can change the port configuration to use one or two usb drives for Wii Games. Best is check one to use and put it in the right port. The port is different and depends from using a Wii or a WiiU. Normaly then USB Loader GX recognizes the Directorys with the games in directly. But it could also your installed cios are wrong.

If u dont get a solution, search this forum for a solution. Its full on threads with help by unrecognized drives or games by USB Loader GX.
So, as I said above, that was a picture from the internet I found because I was away from my Wii. The picture from my Wii is in the spoiler below. It says FAT32 2048gb. I don't have a second drive for WiiU games, nor even a second drive at all. Any ideas?

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The issue is strange. Its known usb loader dont like all drives, it may be eventually a result of that. If its coming hard there may be incorrect information about the drivesize stored inside the drive. Like a fake card wich it says it has 32 gb but only 5 Gb are useable.

What does Windows say about the size?
Are u using MBR or GPT?
Wich version of gx loader u use?

For beeing clear the drive is ok u can run a write/ read test with a partition manager wich also restores bad sectores.
 
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