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  • in reply to: Need help with wiimc 1.0.9 on a mac formatted HDD #27220
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    “but if I format my HDD as FAT32 then I can’t really use it with my macbook pro, I’m pretty sure it’s read only.”

    The Mac format is HFS+, not readable by WiiMC. Fat32 is not read only on mac, Ntfs is the one that is read only.

    So format to Fat32 and use it on wii, windows and mac.

    There used to be a 128 gig limit on fat32 for mac a few years ago.. Don’t know if that still applies. If it does just make a few partitions. One for Mac, one for wii etc.

    in reply to: Update 1.0.5, new channel, new IOS202 #26519
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    Here was my experience updating.

    Downloaded the IOS 202 Installer 1.1 and the WiiMC Channel Installer 1.2.

    Installed the IOS 202 Installer 1.1 thru the Homebrew channel. All went fine.

    Went to install the WiiMC Channel Installer 1.2. next and screen went black and stayed like it. Powered wii completely down and tried WiiMC Channel Installer 1.2. again and it now let me uninstall the old one. Now I run it again and installed new one.

    Tried to launch WiiMC which was still 1.4 to let it update itself but black screened every time. Downloaded WiiMC 1.0.5 (Update) and overwrote my files on USB. All booted fine.

    Had a play with it for half hour and had no crashes. It also seems to load far faster than before for me and seems far more responsive. Haven’t had time to test properly and see if I’m still crashing on smb shares now and again but will test later.

    First impressions look good tho. Keep up the good work.

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