USB Loader GX update can't create directory

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by graeme122, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. graeme122
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    graeme122 Advanced Member

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    When i go to update usb loader GX i get

    Error !

    Can't create directory

    update failed


    can anyone tell me what i need to do.
     
  2. KageJuin

    KageJuin Advanced Member

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    you need to give me links to the chick in your avatar..
    that's what

    and bukkake all over her with ur bros


    on-topic: idk...try reinstalling instead
     
  3. giantpune

    giantpune GBAtemp Addict

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    make sure you have enough free space on the card. if you do, then unlock the card. i dont care if its already unlocked, unlock it again. weve had 100 people on irc with this issue. they always say the card is unlocked and bitch and finally 20 minutes later they try this and it works.

    if it doesnt work, see if any wii app that can write to your card.
     
  4. OncleJulien

    OncleJulien tool of peers

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    here's where you lose me though: in these pics, or on this cam, what you want to see is the original poster and his friends soil her with their manliness? as opposed to just checking her out, or doing it yourself?

    sounds like you said more than you wanted to there, 'bro'.
     
  5. maxshiff

    maxshiff Newbie

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    I know what the problem is ... the Attributes on the "apps" folder on the SD card are set to READ ONLY. Put the SD card in a reader and access on your computer, and right-click on the APPS folder, and choose PROPERTIES. Unselect the READ ONLY box, and click OK, then choose for all files and folders. While you're in there, might as well create a folder under APPS called "usbloader_gx", cause that's where all the update files are stored.

    That should solve your problem.

    Cheers!


    Max...