Sonic Adventure DX in USB Loader GX issue

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  1. UltraTintin
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    Hello

    I've been running the game via USB Loader GX (and Dios Mios). It runs well but when I try to enter chao garden the game will always be stuck in a black screen.

    Is there a solution for this?
     
  2. CheatFreak47

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    Are you using NMM? That's been known to not work for Chao Gardens for a while now.
    Use a real memory card.
     
  3. UltraTintin
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    I didn't use NMM. I'm using the official memory card.
     
  4. BlackWizzard17

    BlackWizzard17 Don't worry Captin we'll buff out those scratches.

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    Are you on the latest Dios Mios? I entered the chao garden in both SaDX and Sa2 perfectly fine.
     
  5. SuperrSonic

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    Is your rip verified? It's probably a bad dump.
     
  6. UltraTintin
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    I'm not sure what changed but I tested again and now I'm having no problems with chao garden anymore.

    Well at least it works.
     
  7. Cyan

    Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

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    Do you keep a disc in your drive?
    Some games (Sonic collection for example) require a disc always present in your Wii to work correctly.
    I don't know if Sonic DX does, but if you keep a disc inserted it will be one less issue to care about :P
     
  8. CheatFreak47

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    It's probably either a fluke or a bad rip. The disc thing only applies to some games with multiple dols. Sonic Gems Collection has multiple dols, the one for the main menu and basic emulators, and 2 or 3 other dols for some of the non-emulated games.

    I think the Zelda Collections do this as well, but I'm not positive, just going from memory.

    I think that the OP has figured out this issue, so this topic could probably be closed.