USB LOADER GX stopped reading games...

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by mja7011, Mar 30, 2012.

Mar 30, 2012
  1. mja7011
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    I have been using USB loader GX for like 2 years now with no problems but suddenly today when I open the Loader GX on my Wii, the menu appears blank with no games listed. When I hook up the external to the computer and open the partition with WBFS manager, it reads the games fine.

    I think the reason why is because last night I added a partition to the external I use. This is what it looks like

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    G - being for movies for my PS3 to read
    F - Being my partition for the Wii USB Loader GX
    I - the newly created partition I made last night to back up some files

    Can the USB Loader GX not read a external with more than 2 partitions? Because when I just had (G) and (F) it worked fine.

    PS. I also extracted the image files of the games and reformatted F with WBFS just to see if it needed to be re-formatted but that didn't fix anything.

    Any help would be appreciated , thanks!
     
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    Just make it all one FAT32 drive so everything can read it.
     
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    ohh, the USB Loader GX can read FAT32?
     
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    sorry to sound like i'm being rude please for give me. but were have you been? under a rock? if you read most of the post here, even in the gx forum, fat32 is the top choice.
    just back every thing up an reformat. there is a nice tool i recommend but i'm sure others have better. it can be found in mod mii. an can handle all kinds of hd an sizes.
    the drive needs to be fat32/32k to work best.
     
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    yes, it read and write FAT32 and NTFS.

    You don't need to format.
    you can convert your WBFS partition to FAT32 without loosing your games using wbfs2fat program.
     

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