Hacking What are some tips for using a USB Loader?

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1. Make sure your HDD's USB Loading partition is Primary and Active.

2. Experiment! Some loaders may seem like crap, while others will suit your needs perfectly!

3. Keep the games to a minimum. Piracy is bad, and organizing 2300+ games can be a hassle!

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1. Make sure your HDD's USB Loading partition is Primary and Active.

2. Experiment! Some loaders may seem like crap, while others will suit your needs perfectly!

3. Keep the games to a minimum. Piracy is bad, and organizing 2300+ games can be a hassle!
 
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- If you're using a HD for data storage and for USB loader, create 2 partitions
- Personally, I still use NTFS file system, I find it more comfortable thant FAT
- If you want to buy a new dedicated HD for Wii games, be sure the HD is compatible by looking in the proper section in the forum.
- Don't forget to plug it on the second USB port of your Wii (if put vertically, it's the one on the right)
 
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