Wii64 USB loading

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Jun 27, 2011

Wii64 USB loading by Austin1227 at 5:40 AM (1,690 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. Austin1227
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    First post (woot woot)! Tried posting this at Wiihacks.net but didn't get an answer. My problem is i cannot get my N64 games running off my USB. And yes I have installed 2 different USB "fixes". I think it might be an IOS problem, any help?


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    Wii 3.2u
    USB: WD 500GB MyPassport FAT32
    PunEmu gives me a black screen (if that helps)
     
  2. mrpinkeye

    Member mrpinkeye GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    iv just found out wiisx (ps1) needs a fat32 usb...possibly same for wii64?
     
  3. Jacobeian

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    no emulators have support for NTFS, all need FAT32
     
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    thanks, that helps me decide how much space to partition!
     
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    why not do 100% fat
    its not like other FS have any advantages when used on wii
     
  6. FIX94

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    If you have huge wii games then NTFS is better because of no 4GB limit.
    @mrpinkeye:
    I have a 500GB HDD splitted to 350GB NTFS and 100GB FAT32. The other 50GB are EXT test partitions [​IMG]
     
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    The only difference is that you will have two files instead of one.
    And you will only notice that when actively looking for it.
    That's totally worth the hassle of splitting the available space.

    Well there are those who insist on playing *.iso files instead of *.wbfs files.
    That requires NTFS for no apparent reason.
     
  8. Austin1227
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    Sorry sorry, I do have Fat32. Wow my bad...
     
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    ok so this is the wrong place, but since active, do i set a folder an name it ios, to play off the harddrive?, i use mostly wbfs, but a friend copied his cod for me an it's ios format. just want to keep it as is. this will be my first ios file. so not sure . thanks.
     
  10. Austin1227
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    Don't need it, sorry. I didn't read the need cIOS 202. Just installed it and it worked!
     
  11. mrpinkeye

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    i would use fat32 with a fresh harddrive. problem is my 1tb ntfs external drive is almost full and i dont want to risk loosing any data! i'll just use my 16gb fat32 stick...
     
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    but doesnt fat 32 have a limit of how many files at thr ROOT of a device. tried copying 200 songs to an sdhc at the root couldn't work.
    just trying to list the advantages of ntfs over fat32.
     
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    Just tried to create a million files on a FAT32
    caped out at 32765
    way more then there are games for wii
     

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