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    SSBB USB Loader GX "Glitch" Please help

    This is my first post on wiihacks.

    I have about 20 games running fine on my verbatim Clone 360gig hard drive. I have ripped every game from the actual disk and had no problems until trying to rip SSBB in USB loader.

    The game seems to rip fine well over 5gigs it might have been even bigger dont remember. However I have ripped twice and when complete USB loader says successful and it goes to the title menu or cover flow so I can see my games.

    PROBLEM: When I hover the mouse/finger over the game SSBB it resets to the main home brew channel and kicks me out of USB loader without even clicking on the title. I cant even click on the game or anything as soon its selected its automatically kicks me out of USB loader.

    Any Ideas?

    Thanks,
    JP


    PS. I have searched for an answer for a couple days before posting and yes I know search and google are my friends.... actually best friends lol
    Last edited by jpatterson350; 12-11-2009 at 01:23 PM.

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    I had a problem like this with a different game. It had to do with a bad download of the cover art associated with that specific game.

    I'd finished installing the game then I'd go to the generic cover and pressed A to download the original 3D cover art. After the cover art finished downloading I would try to scroll the cursor over the game's cover and the USB Loader would kick me out every time. The cursor would freeze and it would instantly kick me out.

    If this happened to you after you DL'd any artwork then drop your SD card into the PC, go to the IMAGE folder (I don't recall where it's located exactly) and delete the cover and/or disc art associated with the game.

    (NOTE) The art for both the cover and the disc use the same 6 digit alpha-numeric name as the actual game. Knowing this alpha-numeric name will make it easier to find the artwork of the game.

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    Silva,

    Great post!! I had no idea that a faulty cover would create this mess! I am not running SSBB just fine on 4.2u via usb.

    Again thanks!!

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