USB Loader GX - Exception (dsi) occured

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    Hey everyone. I've been using USB Loader GX for a while now, but recently been getting an exception (dsi) error while using USB Loader GX. I really dont know what the problem is. I have the latest version of USB Loader GX - v3.0 rev 1262, my IOS and cIOS are all updated using modmii and revised in syscheck checker v2.2 as shown in this link:

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    http://syscheck.wii-homebrew.com/#!OWZjYjJhMDRlYjEy

    Also my usb external hardrive is formatted to fat32 for best compability. Wii games are located in USB/wbfs/game [ID]/ID. Gamecube games are located in USB/games/name/game.iso
    So what do you guys think the problem is? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Do you have a 3rd-party controller by chance? They can cause crashes in homebrew.
     
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    No brother, just my regular non Wii motion plus controller....
     
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    When does the crash dump occur?
     
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    It occurs after everything is loaded up, sd card, USB port, config files, etc. During the momentary pause in which the games load up.
     
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    Hmm... so it sounds like it's crashing while it's scanning the titles you have on the drive.

    First, the folder names for GC games should use the same format as the Wii ones: "/games/title [titleID]/". If the loader doesn't find the Title ID it has to open the ISO to get it. That's probably not causing the crash, though.

    Try renaming the wbfs file to something else and see if it finishes booting. If it doesn't, try doing the same to the games folder. That will eliminate the possibility of a bad game image causing it.

    Your cIOSes in your report should be fine. USB Loader GX tries to use IOS249 first if it exists.

    EDIT: There is a tool in my sig that can check hashes of GC discs and tell you if they're good. You can just drop the whole games folder on the window but it will take a while to complete on a USB drive.
     
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    I had this problem, when i had two usb's connected
     
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    Ok so I tried all your suggestions, in addition I verified all my images to look for bad covers and found none. There were 1 or 2 files which there was no game for since I deleted the game. They wouldn't really be considered "bad covers" as the images aren't corrupted, but since there's no game for them, they simple just exist. Should I delete them? And after changing the folders names I found no error, they still loaded up just fine, and with the names as normal, they also did, problem is I still get the error here and there. I will use the tool u provided and keep u updated. Thanks in advance brother.

    Edit: Just realized the tool will take forever since I have 600 GameCube games (it's cool to have all of em). But all my GameCube isos were downloaded and tested so there shouldn't be a problem with them. Any other suggestion brother? I read on certain forums stating that deleting the GXGlobal config file will resolve most issues as a fresh new config file will be generated. What do you think my friend?
     
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    Hey brother, I just tried your GCVerify and on one of my games I got a Redump: Found. Does this mean my gamecube ISO isnt corrupted? Thx
     
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    Yep. Found means the hash is in the Redump database.
     
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    Thanks man