USB port on Wii

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by rcadefan, Apr 28, 2010.

Apr 28, 2010

USB port on Wii by rcadefan at 5:23 PM (1,083 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. rcadefan
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    Is it possible to use BOTH usb ports for USB loading on the Wii?

    Can i use one of these ports for WiiFLOW and the other for Emulators and Music/Movies (FAT32)

    Is this possible?
     
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    Member Krestent What to post?

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    Do the second option
     
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    just use the bottom usb port for everything (emulators, music, wii games etc.)

    100% fat32
     
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    Am I reading this correctly in that the bottom of the 2 USB ports on the Wii supports fat32 or is there something that needs to be installed to get it to work?
     
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    for some emulators, u will need cIOS202v5 with base 57

    for USB Loaders, u will need cIOS249 v19 or cIOS222/223 v4 or v5 (to support fat32)

    the HBC supports fat32 natively (but not USB2 speeds)

    if u are confused about where to get these or how to install them, just download and run the wizard function of NUS Auto Downloader
     
  6. rcadefan
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    OK, i am a bit confused as to how to install a game onto a FAT32 drive. I use WBFS manager now to transfer games to the HD. How would i go about copying games onto a FAT32 drive?
     
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    either using ur wii and a usb loader that supports fat32 (like configurable usb loader)

    or use wii backup manager or wii game manager on your PC
     

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