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 Wiiflow 2.2 weirdness 
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Post Re: Wiiflow 2.2 weirdness
Oh yes heres a tip: sometimes your drive won't read your sectors, meaning that your drive isn't working like it supposed too. Scan your drive just in case.

Finally I got an ipod, I won't be coming to the forum for a while until my addiction with this is over....lul

November 11th, 2010, 4:43 pm
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Ok, here's the current status...I've hooked my Wii up to the drive and it sees it, but WiiFlow doesn't see it as NTFS, which it is, it thinks it's WBFS...or it won't let me select anything else anyway on the partition selection. The drive was formatted NTFS under Ubuntu 10.10 and the games were installed with Wii Backup Manager running through WINE (it works fine, but you have to force quit to exit)...I have the linux WBFS manager installed, and could use that if I have to, but I'd rather not if possible, just for ease of accessing the drive. The other Wii still does not detect the drive at all. There are a couple IOS differences between the Wii has IOS70v6913(patched with Free the Bug) and bootmii IOS, the other has a different version patched with MMM (all patches applied) and does not have bootmii IOS installed. Also, the other Wii has an option in DOPMiiWBE to use IOS58 + AHBPROT, mine does not for some reason. I can put up a list of all the installed IOS versions, but that seems silly at this point.

So I have a Wii that sees it incorrectly, and a Wii that doesn't see it at all...I was going to scan the drive, but I'm not certain how under linux and haven't looked it up yet, but it comes up fine on the computer and formatting doesn't give any errors and I ran a benchmark read test that gave no errors installed fine too...about 10 games in 15-20min.

November 29th, 2010, 2:19 am
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