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    Quote Originally Posted by topdog11ttc View Post
    I plugged my External Drive back in and that worked but all the games show up as ? marks with Hour glass in the middle and nothing happens when i click on them
    Then that explains it. They are all bad rips (probably because of GX). Delete them all from your computer, then rip the games again from Config.
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    nvrmind i got it to read it was reading the homebrew partition and not the wbfs one but when i launch a game i get Exception DSI occured a list of numbers Stack dump more numbers and code dump

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    Quote Originally Posted by topdog11ttc View Post
    nvrmind i got it to read it was reading the homebrew partition and not the wbfs one but when i launch a game i get Exception DSI occured a list of numbers Stack dump more numbers and code dump
    You need to rerip them with Config.
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    just reripped with CUL and im still getting The black screen Exception (DSI) occurred!

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    What version of Config are you using?
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    the one in the guide i used v58? i think

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    Then I think your drive is corrupted. Format it as FAT32 with this guide:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html
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    How is it corrupt if it's doing it to the USB flash drive as well??

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    Quote Originally Posted by topdog11ttc View Post
    How is it corrupt if it's doing it to the USB flash drive as well??
    GX is known to corrupt HDD's (another useful feature ), so that might be it. You will want to start using FAT32 anyway, since it has benefits over WBFS. Details are in the guide I linked.
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    Have you tried a different drive and loader after deleting anything related to the loader off your SD card? How are you installing the games? Does this happen with more then one drive....is that what you mean?

    Is the drive recognized on your Pc?

    Full format your SD and put CFG v60 on it from my guide. Try again.
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