USB Loader without partitioning?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by kcruza95, Dec 25, 2009.

  1. kcruza95
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    I have the new limited edition black wii 4.1E which i updated to 4.2E recently. I have read i cant use backup discs but i can use usb external hard drives or pen drives. So I decided to modify my wii by getting the HBC and all that stuff. Now I want to use a USB Loader to play my backups which i got from backing up my games on my old white wii which i no longer have. Is there any USB Loader that can let me use my ISO backups without partitioning my external HDD (320GB, NTFS) to WBFS? Thanks in advanced.
     
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  3. kcruza95
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    Thanks I will see how it goes on since my HDD is NTFS and I dont want to format it because I have a lot of stuff in there.
     
  4. tj_cool

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    USB loader GX has NTFS/FAT support as well
    But Config had it first, so its probably a little better [​IMG]
     
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    thank you so much. cfg usb loader works perfectly even though it searches for a wbfs partition and ill have to manually select my ntfs hdd every time i run the loader :/ ill try usb loader gx which was first choice to see if its any better [​IMG]
     
  6. Gassy

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    I think there is also a version that is hardwired for fat/ntfs.
     
  7. kcruza95
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    im using the latest version of cfg usb loader which is v50 and it still asks for a wbfs partition every time I run the loader :/
     
  8. Kkolko

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    Use the Configurator (there is a link somewhere in the CFG topic) to select autoboot to ntfs.
     
  9. nitrostemp

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    you have to use cfgloader-fat for it to detect ntfs/fat by default