wup installer error 0xFFFCFFE9

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  1. Omegared89
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    Installing games to NAND is fine, but when I try to install to usb I get error 0xFFFCFFE9 (USB Storage not attached?)

    Tried with USB Stick and HDD with own Supply. Same error, tried different backups.... hope u can help
     
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    format the hard drive with the wii u
     
  3. Omegared89
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    seems to work thx sir
     
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    is there a way I can show data from a Wii U formated usb Stick on the pc? it's not being recognized...
     
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    U can delete.tje.wii u proprietory formatting. But reading it I doubt. It took three times of my pc shutting down in midst of trying to read the dang thing. But I was able to delete. There's a dew different sources out there for the info. I tried them all and failed. You will have to use.a bit from all of them. You'll erase the hdd w disk part then don't format it go right to disk manager to select the hdd space and format it in there with ntfs or whatnot.. it nay take a little waiting on the pc to say ok I give up. .. just go right to diskpart don't even load Disk manager til it's deleted or the pc will hang. Fact

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    Note this was a reference to clear a hdd you don't want on the Wii u but doubt there's any ability to load it to read.

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