Wiiflow and USB Loader GX Not working for vWii

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Sky00Fire, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. Sky00Fire
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    Let me first say that I am new to GBAtemp and this is my first post.

    I have had my Hacked Wii for a very long time now so I decided to get and hack a Wii U.
    I have a 1tb Iomega External HDD that had all of my old game I was using with my old Wii Formatted to NTFS and folders set for the "Wode Jukebox." On my Wii U, I have got the Homebrew Channel and cIOS (I believe) installed correctly. I've tried different hard drive configurations (NTFS and FAT32 with root folder named "wbsf" And actual WBSF formatted HDD with WBFS manager.) and still get the same problem. In Wiiflow; It will recognize the game but Crash {Exception (DSI) occurred!} whenever I launch it. And in USB loader GX; It just doesn't recognize the HDD.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in Advance

    --Sky00Fire
     
  2. ozl

    ozl Wii4everybody

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    Check usb Y Cable, i had trouble like this before and i really dont know why when i do a change on usb ports and open wiiflow for the second time after changing it back it recognizes the HDD partition, it could be my HDD or my USB Y cables but at least it works xD
     
  3. reax_mpg

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    In my case, USB Loader GX and WiiFlow only recognised a few isos and I still don't know why.
     
  4. Sky00Fire
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    My HDD is externally powered, do I need a Y cable? I thought you only need the Y-Cable if your HDD does't have external power?
     
  5. razielleonhart

    razielleonhart RazzyDee

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    if is a 2.5 laptop hard drive you need a Y cable for power for the Wii U
     
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    razielleonhart RazzyDee

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    Ok, So we have Isolated that the Y cable is not the problem... Where do I look next?