1. Miguel2121

    OP Miguel2121 Newbie
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    Hi guys,

    So what happened was: My little sister uninstalled my usb loadergx through the homebrew channel because she wanted to launch it, then after that, i've put usbloadergx, on my usb (in the apps folder), in the same version that I was using before she uninstalled (which is the latest) and, even though the games were not deleted, they don't show up at all, it just says that I have a couple of space that is being used.

    I'm using FAT32 on my drive, it is MBR, it's on the 0 usb port, my games are all on an folder called "wbfs", all of their folders are in the "Gamename [gameid]" format, and the games in "gameid" format, my cIOS are:
    IOS249[56] (rev 65535 Info: d2x-v10beta52)
    IOS250[57] (rev 65535 Info: d2x-v10beta52)
    IOS251[58] (rev 65535 Info: d2x-v10beta52)

    And, on the usb loader, It's checked to show Wii games. Nothing is working, I'll put some screenshots that i've made just so you guys can see what is going on:
     

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  2. jeannotte

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    Hello,

    use an external hard drive instead of your USB key.

    USB keys bring a lot of "" trouble "" with wii ==> either black screen, or does not start or does not work.

    You will get better results with an external hard drive. (You can put it on your FAT32 external hard drive ==> homebrews, wii games, Gamecube ......
     
  3. blackb0x

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    Go to the loaders settings and look at the custom paths. Make sure your games are set to load from the HDD and not SD.

    And I guess you've already tried resetting the loader to it's default settings?
     
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    Hey man, thx for the reply and sorry for my late reply. Every path is set to usb1 (don't know if that's the port on my wii), as it says, imma show you the screen so you can tell me if everything is good, if you wish to, of course, and that's because i didn't see anything, at least nothing blatanly saying like "wii games" or "wbfs files"; and yes, I've tried to put the loader on it's default settings, nothing showed up though. wii 3.jpeg wii 3.jpeg wii 2.jpeg wii 1.jpeg
     
  5. blackb0x

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    @Miguel2121 I forgot that Wii games have a hard coded path in the loader and I just noticed that your path is wrong. On Windows it shows it as E:/apps/wbfs but it should be E:/wbfs.
     
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    So everything on the loader should be as "E:/wbfs" or should I put the wbfs folder on the side of the E:/apps folder?
     
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    Hey man, sorry for the late reply. I'm really unable to use an external hd at the moment, but I did a syscheck and this is what happend: wii 1.jpeg wii 2.jpeg

    The error happend cause it coudn't read the file (I don't know what file, I should've said it first, but, I'm new to modding the wii) and the second image is the ioses, which I would presume is the most important thing for you to know?? But yeah, I couldn't make it make the file like the forum you send said. And one more thing, there was an option saying "upload" and I clicked on it cause I thought it would make the file, but then it didn't, so, did I post the information of my console on their website? I coundn't find it, and should I worry about that?
     
  8. blackb0x

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    Move the wbfs folder to the root of drive, so that it's not within any other folders. The loader will then find your Wii games.
     
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    Ohhh god I'm so stupid, it worked!!! I'm sorry for the trouble, it was such a simple problem, it now seems to me like a waste of time for you an jeannotte lol, but thanks again, have a nice day.
     
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