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    Question 4.3 DSI Error with every Emulator/HDD

    I have a 4.3u that I softmodded using the 4.3 guide and the SSBB hack. I installed HBC and Priiloader v.4. I cant figure out why I keep getting these DSI stack errors. I have search all over the web. I tried old emulator versions I tried loading from SD and HDD. Sometimes it works and sometimes it wont. I dont know if it is the newer emulators or just the back that I downgraded to system menu 4.1 (which I tried because of this error). Is anyone else having this problem?

    I saw that people were hving this problem but it was a while ago, most post have been about a year back. I have tried deleting everthing on the SD card and starting with new files.

    Any suggestions?

    Also, Is anyone having problems with their WII not mounting the HDD. I keep having to unplug and plug it back in. I have never had problems with other WIIs I have done. The HDD is a 1TB goFlex with the usb 3.0 option. I shut off the sleep option using the seagate tools. Any ideas with this?

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    If you are having any issues with the hard drive, that is the reason for the stack dumps. The console is reading corrupted data, not gaining access to data in a timely fashion, or the harddrive is not a good compatible choice.
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    Ok thanks. I will try a different HDD.

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    I tried another HDD from the list that is from this site. i still get the DSI error. The only way to not get this error is to load them from the SD. What really sucks in the 4.3 Wiis have to use only a 2g SD so I cant get many games on it. Some one must know whats going on. It seems like it doesnt matter what HDD i use.

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    My wii loves to not read my HDD in neogamma, I just unplug the power on the HDD and plug it back in, works like a charm (maxtor 320GB). Are you plugging it into the left USB port? Is there a possibility of faulty hardware on your wii? Is your drive WBFS partition? FAT32?

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    It happens with every single Emulator. I use Wiiflow and that seems to work fine. I am plugged into the right USB, I have quadruple checks that. Both drives had two partitions. One was wbfs and one was ntfs for roms.

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    Sounds like the emulators you are using have poor usb support. If they use ios202, perhaps try another version of ios202, you should have v5.1 base 60 installed now, perhaps try a base57 version. Also, check the meta.xml of your problem apps, see if there is a "no ios reload" flag, if there is try to delete it as see if that has any effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmacken1 View Post
    It happens with every single Emulator. I use Wiiflow and that seems to work fine. I am plugged into the right USB, I have quadruple checks that. Both drives had two partitions. One was wbfs and one was ntfs for roms.
    I've always had issues with partitioning, and since you note both drives which had issues were both 2 partitions, may I suggest you try using one drive for WBFS and one for NTFS?

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    Or just switch to fat32 loading with 1 partition for everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Or just switch to fat32 loading with 1 partition for everything.
    Either or really, just in my experience I've noticed a lot of programs are finicky with partitions.

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