WAD Manager v1.7 error: ret = -1

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Jul 11, 2010
  1. one2many
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    I'm trying to install a WAD using WAD Manager but I can't get past the 3rd step in the set-up process because I keep getting that error. What can I do to correct said issue?
     
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    Member DarkMatterCore I like turtles.

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    That error means the WAD manager couldn't get the data correctly from the SD card. Are you using a SDHC?
     
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    I'm actually trying to load it off my HDD but I believe my SD card is SDHC. I get an error for every viable source.
     
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    The IOS 36 isn't compatible with USB 2.0 and/or SDHC, AFAIK. Try using a normal SD card (2GB or less).
     
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    I'm using IOS249
     
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    For your USB select USB 2.0. If that doesn't work what rev is your cIOS?
     
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    is your hard drive formatted as FAT32? Is it the primary partition on the drive (if applicable)?
     

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