Homebrew WiiSX 2.1.1 Beta, WiiSXR Beta 2.2

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I don't think Wii support SDXC, only SDHC.

does wiisx support partition selection ?
"USB/" looks like it's not allowing you to select any partition, so maybe it's looking at the wrong one.
homebrew are usually numbering partitions when compatible with multiple ones, for example : usb1:/ usb2:/ usb3:/ etc. up to usb8:/


I think there's another PSX emulator, part of the arch suite.

if other homebrew can't find your drive, it's maybe not compatible with the Wii, or might require more power (Y-Cable for dual USB as power source).
 

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thanks


i thnk it might actually be the drive that is faulty, (it is about 14 years old) though sometimes if i disconnected the drive from the wii it wouldn't pick it up the next time i plugged it in (though swapping out the power pack on the drive fixed that)
 

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My Wii supports SDXC.

I have a 64GB microSDXC in a SD card adapter thing, and it works just fine for NES, SNES, PSX, N64 and Nintendont stuff etc.

I am planning on getting a 128gb microsdxc to see how it works! I think itll be fine though
 
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I did only try Wiisx on my SD card , but oddly when i tried with Wiisxr just now it Does not find the bios or the game images despite being in the correct folders.
 
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