Hacking RB3 on disc with SDHC and instruments working???

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Starting a new thread so hopefully someone can solve the problem. I realize now that this issue may have been solved a long time ago when Beatles RB came out, but I can't seem to find the solution...

I'm trying to run RB3 backup off disc with working instruments AND working SDHC card.

I can run it with Softchip with a 2GB SD card with working instruments AND SD card (but 2GB is clearly not enough!)
I can run it with Softchip with the 8GB SDHC recognized, but the instruments don't work.

BUT

I can't get it to work with instruments AND the SDHC card.

Is there a cIOS that somebody has put together with all the required parts needed to make this happen? I can't be the only one left not running games from USB, can I?

Thanks again for your help (in advance)!
 

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HAHAHAHA!!!!

Sometimes the most stupid solutions make the most sense.

Just in case anyone else has the same problem I had - here's the solution.......

PLUG THE USB CONNECTOR INTO THE FAR SIDE USB SLOT!

Solved the problem!

Thanks for everyones' help!
 

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