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Thread: USB Loader GX suddendly stopped loading games.

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    I didn't think about that. But unfortunately the main reason I setup USB loader was because I have a young daughter. Some of the discs are in rough shape, not sure if they're going to work, but I'm sure I can give the good ones a shot.

    I'll try that out tomorrow and post my results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalwhiskey View Post
    I didn't think about that. .
    You did not read all of post #2 did you?

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    My local video store will fix scratched DVD's and games for $2. Not sure where u r, but u might want to check and see if someone will do that for you. The one by my house is Family Video.

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    @digitalwhiskey, does your wii have a mod chip inside? as I had the same problem, 1 game crashed then no usb loaders would work until i pulled out the chip and booooom all singing all dancing , good luck.

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    @rmjoker69: Nope, no modchip. Softmod only.

    Okay, I figured it out, and feel rather silly about it now.

    It was indeed a bad rip. But, what's really got me scratching my head now, is how would the rip just go bad all of a sudden. These games, I've played multiple times with no problems, then all of a sudden, I turn the Wii on, and they don't work properly. Nothing was changed? How would the data just go bad like that?

    Thank you so much for all your help guys, I really appreciate it.

    -whiskey

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    I'm not sure why it happens. I've had it happen a couple times. I think it might have something to do with unplugging the drive from the wii while it is powered on. Like when u unplug a drive from the pc without using the safely remove hardware tool. Not sure, but it seems like I haven't had the problem since not unplugging the drive from the wii while it is on. Could be just a coincidence though. Glad to see u got them working though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalwhiskey View Post
    @rmjoker69: Nope, no modchip. Softmod only.

    Okay, I figured it out, and feel rather silly about it now.

    It was indeed a bad rip. But, what's really got me scratching my head now, is how would the rip just go bad all of a sudden. These games, I've played multiple times with no problems, then all of a sudden, I turn the Wii on, and they don't work properly. Nothing was changed? How would the data just go bad like that?

    Thank you so much for all your help guys, I really appreciate it.

    -whiskey
    Hi digitalwhiskey,
    I have the same problem. Suddently USB Loader GX stopped loading games. I have quite a few games on the hard drive, how did you know which game was a bad rip? Thanks in advance.

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    You should make your first post in the introduction section instead of in a six month old thread. Then make a thread about your problem if you do not find the solution by searching.

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