black screen when loading a game

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  1. NekoJin
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    Hello forum,

    I have recently installed USBloader GX (v2.2) on my wii (V 4.1E), and i have succesfully loaded some wii games off my 8GB WBFS formatted USB stick.
    But now the games won't load anymore: It shows the safety screen and then goes black, kinda like my wii is frozen. I think this is because my wii didn't get any power for a short time while using a backup loader.

    What i have tried so far:
    • Use my NAND-backup, follow my entire guide (the wehackwii one for USB loaders) and try again.
      Delete config files
      Use another USB loader (Configurable USB loader)
      Re-format USB stick
      Use external hard drive instead.

    Any ideas?
    Thanks in regards.
     


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    can you still play games the normal way?
     
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    Yes, that is still possible.
    I don't know if it matters, but I do use gecko os for starting up the DVDs, to avoid software updates.
     
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    I tried to create a system check for you guys, but both versions got stuck on IOS 80, and DOP-mii gave a code dump...]

    If you could give me help on that also?
     
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    Why do you have IOS80? Are you sure you have 4.1?
     
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    Yes, I have version 4.1E, it's PAL (don't know if that matters)
    DOP-mii says i don't have IOS 80 installed, which makes me wonder why the syscheck fails there.
     
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    Did you use the SysCheck versions from my guide (link in sig) or somewhere else?
     
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    Yes, it was your guide.
    I believe the exact message is: "Failed to get the stored TMD size for IOS80"
     
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    Humor me and go into your Wii's Settings. In the top-right corner it should list your System Menu version.
     
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    I'm really sorry, but it does say ver 4.1E
     
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    Alright, thanks. I just wanted to make sure. Download "IOS80(IOS60P)" with ModMii and install it with a wad manager. Try running another syscheck after that.
     
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    That worked, thanks.

    Here is my Syscheck:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    Oh, and a little question:
    I know i have bootmii installed as boot2, but I can't use my wiimote in the bootmii menu. Can this be fixed by uninstalling IOS 254?
     
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    No, you need to use a GC controller or the POWER/RESET/EJECT buttons on the Wii to navigate through Bootmii. That will never change. Btw, IOS254 is Bootmii as IOS, not Bootmii as boot2.

    Your softmod is far from complete. Use ModMii to resoftmod it. I suggest you switch from GX to Cfg for better compatibility/stability, but that is optional.
     
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    Could you help me with this? I don't really know what to do.
     
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    Click on the ModMii link in my signature, install ModMii, and once you get to the main menu, press W (then Enter) to start the softmod process.
     
  16. NekoJin
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    Err...
    Is my wii a virgin?

    Also, if my wii softmodding is far from complete, how come i was able to load backups before?
     
  17. JoostinOnline

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    Just say your Wii is a virgin so everything will be installed.

    The reason you have been able to play some backups is because you had the bare minimum installed. Either things have changed a lot since you softmodded your Wii, or you followed a very poor guide (there are lots of those).
     
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    Should i create a new nand backup? or will my old one do?
    also do i need to run hackmii installer again?
     
  19. Ryoku83

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    Might as well do everything the guide says.
     
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    ^ = true