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    Puzzled about a black screen issue on a blue wii

    Hi everyone !

    My problem is the following : I am pretty newb at Wii hacking (please don't stop reading here), but I softmodded my fair bit already (around 6 or 7), always using this exellent guide : http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html
    So far I have never had any issues, and infact I know the procedure quite well (barely understands it tho).
    The issue is I softmodded 2 wiis three days ago in a 24 hours interval, and only one of the softmod worked.
    First one was a 4.3e white wii (fresh out of the box 4.3e untouched wii)
    Second one was a 4.3e blue wii (out of the box also).
    First softmod well like usual, smoothly, the WBFS partitionned HDD starts my games just fine in USBloaderGX.
    But on the blue wii, tho it recognizes the hdd and I am able to browse the games list, when I launch one it either goes black screen freeze, or straight back to menu.
    Now I have read that Black screen hints at a cIOS malfunction, but I used the same files for both mods, the same SD card, everything installed properly with no error message, MD5 check passed , etc.
    I cant seem to find any blue wii related similar issue so I am really wondering if I should just dive in all the possible Black Screen Fixes (I barely know what I am doing) since this seems pretty random.
    Is the blue wii special ?

    If anyone can shed some light on the issue it would really help me out

    Thanks in advance !!

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    is it possible you enable the black screen hack in priiloader by mistake?

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    Hello and Thanks for your answer.

    Just double checked, only priiloader settings are "Block Disk Updates", "Block Online Updates", "Remove Diagnostic Disc Check", "Move Disc Channel".

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    Try to remove and redownload the loader and reinstall it.

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