Hacking Wad Manager 1.3 / Channel File Manager Problem

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Only Wad Manager 1.1 seems to work, but it only runs at USB 1.1 speed.

If I attempt to use Wad Manager 1.3 or the new Channel File Manager Beta 4 with USB 2.0 support, no matter what USB drive is plugged in the slot, it turns off and gives a (ret -1) error.

I have:

- 3.2 U
- IOS 249 r9
- IOS 202 (cios usb2 beta 3)
- IOS 222
- DVDX installed to IOS 202

Both the USB loader and MPlayer CE work perfectly. MPlayer CE plays media files off of USB drives at 2.0 speeds and there are no stutterings or slow downs with the USB loaders at all .

Another person also had trouble with USB devices shutting down when attempting to use Wad Manger 1.3 or CFM. Is there a solution?
 

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If IOS36v1042 doesn't work with your usb device, then it's more a problem with the device than with IOS. I guess the compatibility could be improved by software, but i have really no idea where even to start about that.

What IOS254 do you have? PatchMii or nintendo's PatchMii blocker?
 

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PatchMii that installs DVDX is what my IOS 254. (It used IOS 202 as an advanced install)

P.S.

Waninkoko's "WAD Creator v1.0" app can extract items at USB 2.0 speed for me, so it works perfectly. Now if only Wad Manager installed items at USB 2.0 speed for me.
 
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