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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Did you press 1 like I said? It should have given something.
    Yes I did,I'll do it again. hang on...







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    Quote Originally Posted by WII-KING View Post
    Yes I did,I'll do it again. hang on...
    Don't press 2 this time.
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    Ok checked again,same result.

    What is the other somthing your looking for..?

    I have done what you asked,that is all in the list that comes up.







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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Don't press 2 this time.
    ok, there are now a load of numbers next to the list in brackets,is this what you want?







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    Quote Originally Posted by WII-KING View Post
    ok, there are now a load of numbers next to the list in brackets,is this what you want?
    I'm sorry, I gave the wrong set of buttons. Press 2 until it says (SHORT) at the top-right, and 1 until it says (NAND only).

    I know this seems tedious, and I'm sorry I messed up, but I want to make sure you don't delete the wrong thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    I'm sorry, I gave the wrong set of buttons. Press 2 until it says (SHORT) at the top-right, and 1 until it says (NAND only).

    I know this seems tedious, and I'm sorry I messed up, but I want to make sure you don't delete the wrong thing.
    List is now this.

    WIMC NO NAME

    DFWM NO NAME

    DFMS NO NAME

    VABX NO NAME

    ULNR NO NAME

    DFGE NO NAME

    ULNR NO NAME

    JODI HBC

    DFSG SAGA GENESIS

    DFHB HBB

    UNEO USB LOADER GX

    DFNE NINTENDO

    DFSN SUPER NINTENDO

    NGBL NEOGAMMA







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    WIMC NO NAME -WiiMC Channel
    DFWM NO NAME - Wad Manager
    DFMS NO NAME - Sega Master System
    VABX NO NAME - VBA:GX (probably)
    ULNR NO NAME - USB Loader GX
    DFGE NO NAME - GeeXBox
    ULNR NO NAME - USB Loader GX
    Those are what is left of channels. I matched up the titles for you. Use ATDB to delete those, and only those, titles.

    Next time use a wad manager to uninstall your custom channels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Those are what is left of channels. I matched up the titles for you. Use ATDB to delete those, and only those, titles.

    Next time use a wad manager to uninstall your custom channels.
    Those are what might have caused the banner brick?

    This wont remove the current usb laoder gx channel I am using at the moment will it?







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    Quote Originally Posted by WII-KING View Post
    Those are what might have caused the banner brick?

    This wont remove the current usb laoder gx channel I am using at the moment will it?
    Yes, they caused it.
    No, your current GX channel (UNEO) won't be deleted, although I suggest you use a better loader (like Config) anyway. This forum is loaded with "Why did GX crash?" threads. The answer: "GX sucks!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Yes, they caused it.
    No, your current GX channel (UNEO) won't be deleted, although I suggest you use a better loader (like Config) anyway. This forum is loaded with "Why did GX crash?" threads. The answer: "GX sucks!"
    Ive never had a problem with gx crashing,it loads all my backups fine.

    How did you match those up by the way?







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