What the heck?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by jazvdb, Aug 5, 2009.

Aug 5, 2009

What the heck? by jazvdb at 2:19 PM (949 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. jazvdb
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    Ok so i've got sd card reader with a 2gb sd card...

    i've got waninkoko's latest usb loader

    then it says whether i want to partition my sd card and i say yes...

    then i try to add games using WBFS manager 3.0, it always says an error occured

    now when i tried opening using "my computer" it says, not formatted yet...

    what am i doin wrong?
     
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    I don't know about the others but one thing is for sure - Windows can't read WBFS (which means 'Wii backup file system', so yeah, it's specifically designed for the Wii)
     
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    Anytime you insert a wbfs formatted drive(either sd or usb) into windows it will tell you its not formatted.

    Like the previous poster said windows doesn't know what wbfs is so it thinks its not formatted properly.
     
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    okok but how do i fix the other problems?
     
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    More to the point - how many games do you expect to fit on a 2GB SD card ?

    Could you possibly expand and clarify exactly what you are trying to do?
     
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    Format it with wbfs manager instead of USB loader
     
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    this is just a test, but the thing is when pressing load from WBFS manager it always say "an error has occured"
    i need to fix that problem..

    And yes it is already formatted by the usb loader...
     
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    Don't press load press format. People have had trouble with drives format with USB loader b4. That's why I said format it with wbfs manager
     
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    Still nothing keep sayin an error
     
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    Format it to fat with computer. Then formAt it wbfs with wbfs manager
     

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