SWISS 0.3 trouble with swiss.ini file

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by earny, Feb 18, 2013.

Feb 18, 2013
  1. earny
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    Member earny GBAtemp Regular

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    HI,

    I finally succeed to run swiss and play GC backups with my gecko.

    then i stop to play and launch swiss again, it doesn't start anymore unless i delete the "swiss.ini" from the SD card.

    do you guys already have this kind of problem? know what's wrong in the swiss config? or anything else?
     
  2. ccp450

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    I have the exact same problem. I can only play after manually deleting the swiss.ini file in the root of the SD card, otherwise I get the "failed to create configuration file" error message.

    What could be the problem?
     
  3. Drokas

    Newcomer Drokas Newbie

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    So, have you guys found a way to fix this?? It's not very practical to connect the SD Card to the PC every time I reset my GameCube... =_= I even tried locking that switch on the SD Card but the swiss.ini file still finds a way to be written.
     
  4. WiiPower

    Member WiiPower GBAtemp Guru

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    Did you try deleting the file and creating it yourself? One time with the old content, one time completely empty. Some homebrew apps use really weird code to create files. Also check the file properties of the .ini file before you delete it, i bet it's messed up, like it's missing all dates.
     
  5. Drokas

    Newcomer Drokas Newbie

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    Thank you for replying! =)
    I tried using my friend's SD Card and it's fixed for now but I might try that later with another card (if used), thanks again! =D
     

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