usb loader gx

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Jan 28, 2010

usb loader gx by skinneyb at 3:53 PM (558 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. skinneyb
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    hi hope some can help i have a soft modded wii 4.2e running usb loader gx i have a 2g partition as fat32 and the rest is formatted using wbfs manager all my games run fine but when i try to download covers keeps asking for sd card i have gone into custom paths and changed sd\images to usb\images but still keeps asking for sd card this is driving me mad thanks in advance [​IMG]
     
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    I had that same problem. What I figured out I needed to do was insert an SD card, change the paths over the USB, then it'll save the preference on the SD I guess. Anyway, after that you can take out the SD card and do whatever with it
     
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    so i must change the paths with the sd card still in then i can take it out and be able to save covers to hard drive
     
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    do not see how that would work but will try hope some one else has more information and can confirm that this will work
     
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    try deleting the globalcfg file on your USB stick and make sure you have the latest version of usbloader gx from here. Then start USBloader GX, so it creates a globalcfg file. ive also found that its best if you restart after the globalcfg file is created

    also, make sure your fat32 partition is set as active
     

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