Wiiflow partioning?

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Jun 1, 2011

Wiiflow partioning? by FireGrey at 2:23 PM (1,373 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. FireGrey
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    I want to switch from usb loader gx to wiiflow.
    I currently have a WBFS formatted USB
    How can i partion it to FAT32?
    also can i also use the same USB for apps aswell?
     


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    save al your games, then format your USB with a backup manager like Wii backup manager for windows

    then use the backup manager to transfer the games previously saved to the USB
     
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    thanks what about running apps on it?
     
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    yes you can run gams and apps from the same fat32 partition
    you can even store videos + music for media apps there
    or roms for emulators
    or whatever other files you need

    copying every game twice does of course work but takes ages
    consider wbfs2fat for on the fly conversion instead
     
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    thanks and all i need to do for apps is just copy and paste them?
    Or do i need to do a seperate partion or something?
     
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    no one partition for everything
    just copy the apps over
     
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    with fat32 you can load the drive in your computer, store computer stuff on it and wii stuff at the same time just drag and drop much easier that crappy wbfs [​IMG]
     
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    In my opinion, one only FAT32 partition is the best choice... you can use the HD both for Wii and PC... and it is extremely stable with all of the loaders...
     
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    Ok thanks [​IMG]
    Also how do i fix the error (dsi) occured screen every time i load up wiiflow
    right after i wrote this it started working >.>
     
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    So after i formatted my USB to FAT32 with windows backup manager and put 2 games on it my USB started to act crazy and keep connecting and disconnecting from my computer constantly...
     
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    bad hardware probably
    cable most likely
     
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    It's an actual thumb drive and has never done this before.
     
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    x-check to see whether its drive or pc or combination
     
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    what does x-check meen?
    Anyway my other USBs are working fine on my computer
     
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    I meant try other usb drives on this usb port and the drive in question in another pc.
    Then you know where the problem lies.
     
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    The problem lies in the USB.
    Should i just give the usb a break for a few days?
     
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    usb what?
    drive? port? controller?
    if its not the drive maybe try the other usb ports on your pc
    even if the controller is fried some boards got 2 or 3 of them each for different ports

    I really doubt time will help but on the other hand its not that you loose something in trying it
     
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    By USB i mean my thumbdrive.
    And i have tried all my USB ports
     
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    Ok my USB is normal.
    But it won't let me use wii backup manager on it
     
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    Now i got the USB all working but yay, another problem.
    when i go on wiiflow it shows xases with quesstion marks with the names of my wii channels.
     

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