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    Exception (DSI) Occurred

    Followed the SD Super mario guide on this forum and it worked a treat!

    im currently bootin it via coverfloader from a 16gb flash disk which works a treat.

    however i get this error message screen when tring to but the othe 4 games on the disk:

    COD Moder Warfare
    Rabbids go home
    Star wars force unleashed
    guitar hero 5.

    how to I overcome this?

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    You don't say what system firmware you are on. Does it support SDHC cards.
    Is it a game or the card.

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    Oh, sorry.

    im 3.2E running ios249 r14? i think? lol

    Not sure if it supports SDHC but im running it off a usb.

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    Have you checked whether its a particular game that causes the prob, or do all of them.

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    They all do the same, i thougt they were mabey corrupt from the copying to the cheap usb pen drive?

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    I know GH5 is tricky, here is a guide for that.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...o-5-guide.html
    It amy cure the other problems.

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    format the drive properly again and then reformat it as wbfs. Maybe the drive is not supported

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