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Failing to load NTFS drive on top USB port in WII U. Error: Ret=-1 #239

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GoogleCodeExporter opened this Issue Apr 4, 2015 · 3 comments

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GoogleCodeExporter commented Apr 4, 2015

What steps will reproduce the problem?
Here are just my debug steps seeing as how it didn't detect the drive. 
Configurable USB loader with WII U, not compatible? 
error: Ret=-1.

1. insert USB to top port on WII u
2. launch the Configurable USB Loader ..and sadly..just like the WIIFlow it 
doesn't load the NTFS at least in the top port...
3. When the retry timer was at 64 I tried to plug to the bottom port...
4. 

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
I EXPECT it to frikken work not say "the device is not responding please make 
sure USB port 0 is used".

What version of the loader are you using?


What is your System Menu version (e.g. 4.2u)?


What is your media type (HDD, USB Flash, SD/SDHC)?


How is your media formatted (wbfs, fat32, ntfs)?


Which cios are you using, which version, which base (222,249,...)?
(Please try both 249 and 222 with cfg-222.dol)


Does it work with other loaders?


Does it work with the latest or an older version?


Please provide any additional information below.


Original issue reported on code.google.com by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 4:53

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I am using USB HDD. 
Hard drive is NTFS.
CIOS ... god knows. How do I change my CIOS version, do I need to use home brew 
or does the CFG loader have the ability to change it.
v70
249
it shows when it was loading

It does NOT work with other USB Loaders.. I tried WiiFlow. No luck. However, if 
I convert to FAT32 drive using EaseUS partition manager, then WiiFlow at least 
knows what the game titles are, even though it anc't load them.

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 4:57

GoogleCodeExporter commented Apr 4, 2015

I am using USB HDD. 
Hard drive is NTFS.
CIOS ... god knows. How do I change my CIOS version, do I need to use home brew 
or does the CFG loader have the ability to change it.
v70
249
it shows when it was loading

It does NOT work with other USB Loaders.. I tried WiiFlow. No luck. However, if 
I convert to FAT32 drive using EaseUS partition manager, then WiiFlow at least 
knows what the game titles are, even though it anc't load them.

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 4:57

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set it to Fat32 Primary partition. Now reloading games using
WiiBackupManager_Win64

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 4:59

GoogleCodeExporter commented Apr 4, 2015

set it to Fat32 Primary partition. Now reloading games using
WiiBackupManager_Win64

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 4:59

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I was trying with the following 3 game ids
RLBPWR : Lego Batman compressed
S3ME69 : Sims 3
RMCE01: MarioKartWii

I'd love to know if the USB loaders work on Wii U for you guys. 
I followed the beautiful tutorial here:
http://wiiuhax.com/released-ios236-installer-mod-v8-for-vwii/
Apparently not so beautiful seeing as how in the end, I can't load my WII USB 
games.

Also, I can't rip a disc, it was saying not enough space on the 500MB sata 
western digital drive using Aluratek dock or whatever space it is. The rip disc 
is probably another usb loader... seeing as how your configurable USB loader 
didn't even read my disk so far...at least not the NTFS.

Ripping all 3 games to WBFS will take me another precious 10 minutes using the 
WII Game loader.. too bad none of them work.

Does the Configurable USB Loader, check to see if the disk is inserted or 
something? Are my WII U backups just not beautiful enough? 

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 5:06

GoogleCodeExporter commented Apr 4, 2015

I was trying with the following 3 game ids
RLBPWR : Lego Batman compressed
S3ME69 : Sims 3
RMCE01: MarioKartWii

I'd love to know if the USB loaders work on Wii U for you guys. 
I followed the beautiful tutorial here:
http://wiiuhax.com/released-ios236-installer-mod-v8-for-vwii/
Apparently not so beautiful seeing as how in the end, I can't load my WII USB 
games.

Also, I can't rip a disc, it was saying not enough space on the 500MB sata 
western digital drive using Aluratek dock or whatever space it is. The rip disc 
is probably another usb loader... seeing as how your configurable USB loader 
didn't even read my disk so far...at least not the NTFS.

Ripping all 3 games to WBFS will take me another precious 10 minutes using the 
WII Game loader.. too bad none of them work.

Does the Configurable USB Loader, check to see if the disk is inserted or 
something? Are my WII U backups just not beautiful enough? 

Original comment by zerounde...@gmail.com on 30 Dec 2013 at 5:06

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