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Still, I felt like people needed to know about this issue.My twitter: https://twitter.com/FlamecomMartian Category Gaming Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Loading... Do it more than once and we'll remove your ability to post. Ryan Atkin 19,289 views 13:21 Como usar un disco duro externo en el WiiU? [en español] | 8BitCR - Duration: 6:49. 8Bit CR 42,758 views 6:49 Is The Wii U Still You can check if you have the right IOSes with this: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SysCheckGX Yup, the left one is the correct one. check over here

When I choose both ports, I can select which custom path to use, but what ever is in port 0 (USB 1 as the custom path) is duplicated in port 1(USB Okay..I guess the firewire port is a much better example then. It can be, but we haven't attempted it yet. And with the rev14, it's not working neither on port 0 nor port 1 (of course for the later one). read this post here

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Loading... uscjunkie, Nov 20, 2009 Top #13 Member nitrostemp GBAtemp Maniac Joined: Mar 15, 2009 Messages: 1,261 Country: does it spin up when the wii turns on? Back to top #13 Andu Sepp OFFLINE Andu Sepp Combat Commando 1 posts Posted Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:34 AM I use them to charge my psp Back to top If it did, there'd be no reason for this forum to exist.

It was working before today, I've tried all combinations with the usb ports. Piracy goes directly against the forum rules. Quick Links Overview Unanswered Questions Blogs Blogs Quick Links Blogs Home Page New Content Tutorials Menu Chatroom Wiki FileTrip Style Tempstyle Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum Wii Homebrew Usb Loader Start with this link.

Well thats the only thing i've changed since this started to happen. Usb Loader Gx Usb Not Found This certainly makes it sound like it should be possible. it is an outdated "file system" (not even a real file system really) used by outdated warez loaders and nothing else. Have you botched the modding process?

Any help would be great. How To Use Usb Loader Gx Besides, I'm using the Channel version, which doesn't require the SD card, isn't it? A hacked Wii can use loaders to run Wii games from images in the Harddrive, no more DISCS! Coty0010 21,311 views 2:19 Remembering the Wii U - Duration: 5:35.

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It is uknown if the Wii has a built in power restrictor to stop damage to the USB ports like a PC has.

Don't talk about stealing something, whether you've done it, or are going to do it. Wii Usb Port 0 Hassan Ahmed 150,407 views 9:28 Wii U - USB Loader - WUPInstaller | Wii U - Homebrew Tutorial [German/Deutsch] - Duration: 6:45. Usb Loader Gx Not Working Back to top #10 jbanes OFFLINE jbanes River Patroller 3,079 posts Coming soon to a natural satellite near you...

the only thing you might need the SD card for is to host covers and config files (thats if you haven't made a fat32 partition on the HDD to host the Also, the sd card slot works fine so the only problem is with the usb slots. Not really helpful though... Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Usb Loader Gx Waiting For Hdd

It would charge my iPod, along with a RCA MP3 player, as long as the system was on. Working... I detect and can modify the WBFS partition. New to Wii Modding?

My Wii was bought unmodded, and I just recently did Homebrew on it, so everything is up to date and fresh. Wii Usb Loader Talking about violating a company's TOS with your legally obtained equipment and software does not violate this rule. Or an usb hub for my 2 pendrive?

crazy but worked (cIOS38 rev15)!

Edit: The SD card is not involved in the mounting process... Talking about violating a company's TOS with your legally obtained equipment and software does not violate this rule. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Wii U USB problems FlamecomMartian SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe8585 Loading... Configurable Usb Loader Coz I didn't do anything special to the current port.

Any thoughts? 4 commentsshareall 4 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]craiganater 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(0 children)Can't hurt to try it out and see what happens. smf, Nov 19, 2009 Top #2 OP Newcomer $p00ky Member Joined: Oct 30, 2009 Messages: 14 Country: But I'm always using the same SD card (as I only have one indeed...). Log in or Sign up Search Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. This is the 'Nintendo WII Discussions' section....

that's so weird... WiiBrew.org is a fabulous wiki about all things modding for your Wii. Unfortunately i can't understand if it's a mechanical problem (burnt connector cable) or a USB controller chip problem. Also, the slot your supposed to put it in is the one on the left side when it's staring up right?Interesting, that makes me think that there's a problem with the

but to answer the question - sure - someone who knows how to do those things could do the port switch. Stay logged in AfterDawn Discussion Forums Home Forums > Consoles > Nintendo Wii / Wii U > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable It wasn't the card, but the contents. I don't see how.

If you're up for the task, you might be able to get a generic USB port at RadioShack or something, and replace the left one with a new one, if that's I was wrong, i needed the sd card, the usb loader was a forwader? The PC will stop supplying and the device will not work and damage is avoided to the USB slot but as I have said it is unknown if the wii can Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Nov 19, 2009 Wii USB Port out of service...

you may want to try a usb hard drive that uses external power nitrostemp, Nov 20, 2009 Top #14 Member wiistarter GBAtemp Fan Joined: Apr 11, 2009 Messages: 385 Country: If your power switch is on the bottom, it would be the leftmost USB port. Not wiiflow, not usb loader, both dont see usb in lower port. Proper homebrew apps that use official IOS can use either port, when they look for devices they iterate through a list provided to them by IOS which typically sorts into the