USBLoader GX fully working and still gives black screens

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Kabral, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Kabral
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    Hi guys.

    I REAAAAALLY need some help.

    I softmoded my brand new wii after upgrading it to 4.2E and did the whole shabang: HBC, Neogamma, USB Loader GX, downgraded the game IOS, etc.

    Now I'm stuck.

    I've got a 500Gb Hdd with the WBFS partion, and several ISOs in there. I only have one of them on disk, and that ISO works on Neogamma.

    If I open USB Loader, I can see all the games, and I can even rip disk to the drive without any problem.

    Thing is that as soon as I choose one and press "Play", I get a black screen and everything freezes... [​IMG](

    I really don't know what to do.

    I still don't have hermes installed yet... could that make a difference?

    Just for reference, here's my setup atm:

    "IOS number", "Trucha bug", "Flash access", "Boot2 access", "Usb2.0 IOS tree"

    "IOS250 (ver 65535)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Enabled
    "IOS249 (ver 14)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Enabled
    "IOS70 (ver 6687)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS61 (ver 5405)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS57 (ver 5661)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS56 (ver 5405)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS55 (ver 4633)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS53 (ver 4113)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS50 (ver 4889)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS38 (ver 3610)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS37 (ver 3869)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS36 (ver 1042)", Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS35 (ver 3349)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS34 (ver 3348)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS33 (ver 1040)", Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS31 (ver 3349)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS28 (ver 1550)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS22 (ver 1037)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS17 (ver 775)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS14 (ver 520)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "IOS13 (ver 273)", Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled

    Any help will be greatly apreciated.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. cobleman

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    Did you format your drive to FAT32 before you made it WBFS.
    If you left it as NTFS then converted too WBFS you will see all your games but get a black screen when you load (its suppose to have NTFS support)
    Looks like you are missing a few of your ios's you might want to update a few ios's with dopios
     
  3. HBK

    HBK Clover - Fearless to Speak Now. ;)

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    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=171901

    ^ Did you follow this guide? It's extremely easy and I've done it twice without any problem (once for me, and another for my friend).

    Remember: you NEED to restore the Trucha Bug and delete stub IOS, or it WON'T work.
     
  4. Kabral
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    I didnt' follow that one, but I did follow messie's on WiiHacks. Trucha is restored and the stub is gone, that's for sure.
    Everything else is working like a charm: neogamma, wads, etc.
     
  5. Kabral
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    The way I did it was to delete all the partitions on the drive.
    Then I created two partitions: the primary with 172Gb and the secondary with the rest.
    I set the primary as active, and formated it with WBFS manager, so it was neither FAT nor NTFS, but RAW.

    The secondary I formated as NTFS just to act as a link between the computer and the Wii.

    As far as the IOS, can you please be more specific? Which ones? Can you give me a SignCheck report to use as a reference?

    Thanks for your help, guys.
     
  6. Darkimmortal

    Darkimmortal Newbie

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    Just had the exact same problem - turns out you have to install IOS222 as explained here if you want to use FAT32 or NTFS.
     
  7. manias

    manias GBAtemp Maniac

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    he uses wbfs
     
  8. Kabral
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    Kabral Newbie

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    Yes I do... [​IMG]
     
  9. bula

    bula GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    are we using any rev. of USBloader-GX over 883? Last rev. is 894 and cIOS249 is broken but still works with 222. If so go back to 883, this is the last rev. that works with cIOS249 or install cIOS222-rev4 if you want to use last rev.
     
  10. Kabral
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    Kabral Newbie

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    You're the man! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    Installed 222, changed USB Loader settings and voilá! [​IMG]

    Thank you all once again!