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    Can't access SD card?

    I used the downgrade any wii 3.1-4.1 guide.
    I left all the files in my SD card, and just added other things like mplayer, USBloader GX.
    When I click on the SD card on the Wii menu, it will say something like accessing SD card, then it would just freeze my system. The only thing to do is to unplug from the back. It also happens when I go to SD card channels on the data management.
    So I was wondering what was causing it and what I can do so I can access the SD card.

    A quick side question, how can I load games from the SD card? They all seem to install into the system menu, and I am running out of space.

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    Sounds like you still have the bannerbomb files on your sd card. Put the SD Card into your pc and delete the folder called private.

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    Cool, it works now. Thanks.
    I figured out how to access the games from the SD card, but it seems that I can't load it from the Wii menu?
    It'll be more convient if I can load it from the Wii menus instead of loading it from the SD card menu.

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    Please explain cannot load. Have you installed the patched IOS60 (you probably did since you followed dogeggs tutorial)?

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    Oh, everything works fine, I was just wondering if there was a way to install the games onto the SD card, and access it on the Wii menu.
    For example, right now, the wiiwares and VC games are saved onto my SD card, but in order to access them, I have to go to the SD card menu from the wii menu and then select the game.

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    There's another way to power down you Wii when it does not respond, just press the power button for about 5 seconds, that's better than pulling the power cord when it's powered up.

    You could always install the VC/WiiWare with wad manager, to show it on the main menu, or use a NAND emulator.
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 10-23-2009 at 08:26 PM.

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    Yeah, I installed it onto my Wii menu to have it show up, but I don't have much space on my Wii so I have to move it to my SD card. Is there a way to install it straight to the SD card with Wad manager?

    Sometimes me pressing the power button for 5 seconds doesnt work, which is why then I pull the power plug.

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    Check out this NAND emulator, LOOK HERE.

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    Thank as I had the same problem and now works.
    One quick question though. Do you delete everything from the private folder.
    ie. Which files are the bannerbomb files
    Last edited by absolutehair; 11-29-2009 at 05:09 AM.

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