Homebrew USBLoader Stopped Loading Games

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So I had both Wii and GameCube games loading fine through the USBLoader. I decided to add a few more games for both the Wii and GC and now none of the games will load with USBLoader. I just get a black screen. When I use Nintendont to load GameCube games, it works just fine. What happened here? I am using a USB by the way.
 

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Ok, USB's are known to be finicky with the Wii, do you have it formated as wbfs? So GC games work fine on Nintendont but not USBLoaderGX? And Wii games don't work at all?
 

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Ok, USB's are known to be finicky with the Wii, do you have it formated as wbfs? So GC games work fine on Nintendont but not USBLoaderGX? And Wii games don't work at all?

My GameCube games are formatted as ISO. And it looks like one of my Wii games loaded up, but the next one I tried to load up did not work. And they were both loading up fine before. I did not mess with any of the settings in between.
 

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My GameCube games are formatted as ISO. And it looks like one of my Wii games loaded up, but the next one I tried to load up did not work. And they were both loading up fine before. I did not mess with any of the settings in between.
GC are supposed to be as ISO files, i am not talking about them, i asked you about the usb flash drive if it is formated as wbfs? The Wii has trouble reading from the usb, so when formated as wbfs it is to make the compatibility a litte better with the Wii, though not perfect (External HDDs are often preffered).
 

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GC are supposed to be as ISO files, i am not talking about them, i asked you about the usb flash drive if it is formated as wbfs? The Wii has trouble reading from the usb, so when formated as wbfs it is to make the compatibility a litte better with the Wii, though not perfect (External HDDs are often preffered).

I'm not sure I'm understanding. How do I format a flash drive as wbfs? I believe I have it formatted as fat32
 
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