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Video Game Community Home Forums > PC, Console & Handheld Discussions > Nintendo Wii Discussions > Wii - Backup Loaders > CoverFloader not working correctly Discussion in 'Wii usb loaders for wii - Backup Loaders' started by Sacohen9665, Jul 23, 2009. Jul 23, 2009 CoverFloader wii usb loader download not working correctly by Sacohen9665 at 5:36 PM (7,637Views / 0Likes) 13replies OP Member Sacohen9665 GBAtemp Fan Joined: Jun 25, configurable usb loader 2009 Messages: 369 Featured Posts: 0 Country: OK I finally got my usb loader to recognize the drive, not sure how I did it, but I reloaded a bunch of stuff. CoverFloader was usb loader gx not working working fine the other night, the m4 games I have were working properly, all the covers were installed and everything was great. I added a new game from my PC the USB drive this morning and downloaded the covers and everything, then went to play the game (Grand Slam Tennis) a PAL version (I never tried a PAL game before and I don't know if that has
Best Wii Usb Loaderanything to do with the problem I'm having). Well Grand Slam Tennis seemed to load and then the TV went to Improper Mode or something like that like it wasn't accepting the PAL signal properly. I rebooted the WIi and tried some of my other games and I get various results. Virtual Tennis will try to load and then give me an 002 error, like I was trying to play it off a backup DVD. Tournament Pool will try to load and then either hang at black screen or go back to the Home Brew Channel or the mennu depending if I launched CoverFloader from the forwader ot thru Home Brew. Wario Shake will play sometime and sometimes it won't Winter Sports plays fine. I will get different result sometimes if I try to load them from a different USB loader like USB Loader GX. All these games were working fine Tuesday Night. This is very strange. I deleted mu config file on my SD card for CoverFloader and even reformatted adn re-loaded the games on the USB drive. Still the same issues. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sacohen9665, Jul 23, 2009 Top #1 Member lostdwarf GBAt
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Install Usb Loader GxStar 0 Fork 0 hedle/wiicoverflow Code Issues 126 Pull d2x cios requests 0 Projects 0 Pulse Graphs New issue Usb error- drive not found #439 usb loader gx black screen Open GoogleCodeExporter opened this Issue Mar 1, 2016 · 2 comments Projects None yet Labels auto-migrated Priority-Medium Type-Defect Milestone No milestone Assignees No https://gbatemp.net/threads/coverfloader-not-working-correctly.169504/ one assigned 1 participant GoogleCodeExporter commented Mar 1, 2016 Whenever I try to load coverfloader, it just says usb error drive not found Instead of loading it says usb erro drive not found Im using the latest version of coverfloader on wii system 4.2u Original https://github.com/hedle/wiicoverflow/issues/439 issue reported on code.google.com by pocketmo...@gmail.com on 22 Dec 2009 at 3:27 GoogleCodeExporter commented Mar 1, 2016 Try the other USB Port... I had the same problem. Original comment by andi.tei...@freenet.de on 22 Dec 2009 at 9:56 GoogleCodeExporter commented Mar 1, 2016 USB change fixed for me too Original comment by tjhel...@gmail.com on 30 Jan 2010 at 6:38 GoogleCodeExporter added Priority-Medium Type-Defect auto-migrated labels Mar 1, 2016 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session.
Instructable »Run Backups on any Wii Without a Modchip (Updated) by conradev in playwii Download 7 Steps Share Favorite I Made it! Collection Intro Intro: Run Backups on any Wii Without a Modchip (Updated)NOTICE:I just http://www.instructables.com/id/Run-Backups-on-any-Wii-Without-a-Modchip-Updated/step5/Preparing-ISO-Storage-Device/ updated the instructable, if there are any errors, tell me. I will be editing my instructables for the next week or so. The first version of ... 1 Step 1: Pre-notes** Please note that you will probably not need a 4.7 gigabyte storage device to hold one game. This may come as a shock to those of you ... 2 Step 2: Preparing the usb loader SD Card1. Download this ---1a. Unzip CoverFloader-v1.2.zip ---1b. Copy the CoverFloader folder into the SD://apps/ folder 2. Download this ---2a. Unzip It ---2b. Copy the Cios Rev 14 folder ... 3 Step 3: Installing cIOS36 rev 101. Open up your homebrew channel and launch the cIOS36 rev 14 installer. 2. You press A to accept the agreement and then use left and right to usb loader gx ... 4 Step 4: Installing CoverFloader ChannelThis is optional if you are using the CoverFloader1.2-Forwarder.wad file, but it is still recommended. If you are using the CoverFloader1.2.wad this is absolutely necessary. 1. Open up ... 5 Step 5: Preparing ISO Storage DeviceGuide to format things to WBFS: Option 1: on Wii Use this option if you do not have any other data you wish to keep on the drive, ... 6 Step 6: Adding ISOsGuide on how to add ISOs Option 1: on Wii 1. Plug your drive into the usb slot on the wii and start CoverFloader. 2. With the game ... 7 Step 7: Playing GamesHow to play games: Just select the cover of a game by aiming at it and pressing A, then press load. The game should load and you should ...Step 5: Preparing ISO Storage DeviceShow All Items Guide to format things to WBFS: Option 1: on Wii Use this option if you do not have any other data you wish to keep on the drive, as it will all be erased. Put the usb drive in one of the 2 usb slots in the bac