Playing Gamecube games of HDD , always Black Screen!

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  1. thethiny
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    Newcomer thethiny Advanced Member

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    Hi,
    to start off , USB Loader GX 3.0 doesn't seem to run ISO for me , only WBFS , so it doesn't detect Gamecube games. Nor does Cfg. Only WiiFlow and Dios-Mios-Booter can find the ISO of gamecube games.

    Second , Cfg doesn't have the DML feature (I have r70).

    third , any game I run in WiiFlow/DiosBooter under any video mode (I tried them all) doesn't work! I tried every single option , and they keep having black screens!

    My Setup:
    IOS 249 base 56 - d2x v10alt53Beta
    Dios-Mios 2.8
    USB Loader GX 3.0
    Cfg r70
    WiiFlow , idk version , but is latest.
    I used GameCubeISOCompress.exe and DiscEx , I tried -c in DiscEX , and normal way (no parameters)
    I tried -f in ISOcompress ,
    I tried the above methods on these three games:
    Ikaruga
    SSBB
    Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (all USA versions)

    always black screen , what could possibly be my issue?
    thanks!
     
  2. thethiny
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    Newcomer thethiny Advanced Member

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    maybe found solution , Cluster size must be 32 , mine is 64 and I can't reduce.

    Edit:Done this now it says Game on USB , copy to SD
     
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    If you want to run GC games on a drive with clusters over 32kb, then you need to use Devolution.
     
  4. thethiny
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    Newcomer thethiny Advanced Member

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    its ok , I found another Drive (8 GB) I formatted it to FAT32 with 64 Sectors cluster (32KB). and They do work now!
     

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