Help!!! Loadiine gx2 keeps freezing on 'loading file ...rpx'

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  1. wimkaay
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    Hey guys and girls,

    I hope that you can help me out with this situation. I have a 5.5.1 and I run loadiine gx2 0.3
    from loadiine.ovh. On my sdcard are the files from the all-in-one package here from GBATemp, but for some reason it will not work if I host the files myself. But with loadiine.ovh loadiine starts and it recognizes my games (12 in total). but when I want to start a game it says 'loading file (filename).rpx'
    after that the message stays in the screen and I can still move to other games and settings, but the message stays and I cannot open an other game. The problem is not the mac issue, because I use a PC. I hope you guys (and of course the girls) can help me out.

    Greetings from Wim
     
  2. CreeperMario

    CreeperMario GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hmm... are you sure that the SD Card is laid out correctly?
    It should be laid out like something below...

    sd:/
    sd:/wiiu/
    sd:/wiiu/games/
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/ (e.g. New Super Mario Bros. U [ARPP01])
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/code/
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/code/app.xml
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/code/cos.xml
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/code/executable.rpx (e.g. red-pro2.rpx)
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/code/optional-library.rpl (only for some games)
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/content/
    sd:/wiiu/games/Game Name [Game ID]/meta/

    I hope this helps.
     
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  3. wimkaay
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    Thanks for your help!
    But the sd structure is the same as you say.
    Can it be something, else maybe a too slow sd card ( I have 64gb class 10)
     
  4. wimkaay
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    I have found the solution. I formatted my sdcard to fat32 with 512b cluster size.
    This was too low and I think my sdcard was reading the files too slow to keep up.
    I formatted my sd card again, this time the cluster size 32kb, now it's working like a charm!!!
     
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  5. SomeGamer

    SomeGamer GBAtemp Guru

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    64k cluster size works the best! ;)
     
  6. VinLark

    VinLark This machine kills bourgeois sentimentality.

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    Wow, I have never had to format my SD card. But I'm glad you got the solution on your own.
     
  7. martarheredia

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    Hi! I have exactly the same problem with rpx files.... I already formatted my SD twice to FAT32, but I don't get it what you said about cluster size. Can you explain how did you do it please?

    Thanks!! I'm desperate.
     
  8. Kafluke

    Kafluke GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Use this app to format your card. You can select cluster size of 65536 (64k)

    http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/index.htm?guiformat.htm