USB Loader GX Blackscreen when starting a game

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  1. xXBeLegit
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    Hello,
    I know there are much Threads about this problem, but I still hope its ok that I create a new one.
    So my problem is that some Games from the USB Loader GX are just starting in a Blackscreen which results that
    after about one minute, my Wii tells me to restart....
    I installed all WAD files from Modmii (with mmm loading on IOS 249)and im Running GX Loader on Ios 249
    Other infos : I have installed Priiloader 0.8Beta and I am using the "no disk update" hack,
    my System version is 4.3e

    Here´s what Syscheck says:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!


    I´ve checked the syscheck file with Modmii and installed all new WAD´s with mmm
    loading on the IOS236

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    I dont know but i dont see any difference...
    Also I tried USB GX Loader loading on IOS 236

    EDIT : Also tried with configurable Usb loader, same problem (blackscreen after start)
     
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    Not all ? which one?
    you mean that "some games" are working fine?

    set the IOS to 249 or 250, nothing else.
     
  3. xXBeLegit
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    I tried it with 5 games, one worked (action Girlz) "sometimes" (sometimes it crashed) And the other ones are just resulting in a blackscreen.
    Im gonna try it on IOS 249 and 250 again.

    EDIT : I tried Action Girlz and it seems to not work anymore ( I tried Action girlz on another
    Usb before and it worked so maybe its because my 16gb stick isnt working... im gonna try it on another one)
     
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    Is it because of the Wiikey fusion I have installed on my Wii?
     
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    The modchips have no effect on usb loaders.
    either your flashdrive is not compatible, or you have bad ISO.
     
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    I tried it with 3 different sticks and 5 different games, same result :(
     
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    stick are highly discouraged, use an external HDD instead.

    If multiple sticks are not working, maybe your setup is bad.
    Which program did you use to put the games on it ?
    Which partition format?
     
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    I tried WBFS manager and Wii backup Manager, formatted with wbfs and fat32
    Im gonna try with an HDD

    EDIT : I dont have an HDD which I can format to fat32 or WBFS (because they are NTFS and
    I dont want to loose all data)
     
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    don't use WBFS partition format.
    Don't use WBFS Manager (it corrupts games)
    you can use NTFS instead of FAT32
     
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    Ok, gonna try

    EDIT: Formatting it as NTFS didnt help :( I dont know what else could be wrong....

    PS: Thank you for your help, I really appreciate it :D
     
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    you didn't have to format your HDD if it was already NTFS.

    Be sure you have USBLoaderGX revision 1260 (if not, there's a link in my signature)
    Be sure to set the default game's IOS to 249

    Games can be installed on your drive using Wii backup Manager.
    partition can be FAT32 or NTFS.

    Do you use a third party wiimote maybe? some games don't like it.
     
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    1: I have it installed (r1260)
    2: IOS is selected
    3: Im using this program
    4: before you wrote this i thought the wii can only read FAT32 and WBFS. Because all of my HDDs being NTFS im gonna put the games on the HDD and it should work :)
    gonna try it later
     
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    Gamecube games have to be on a FAT32 partition. Wii ones can be either but have to be split at 4GB boundaries.