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    Angry Computer freezes when transferring Just dance game ONLY!

    Okay so I have a wii with softmod used the letter bomb method and I also have a toshiba external drive 500 gb. I had first used wbfs manager to transfer my game and they all work fine for the first week. Then I decided that I wanted to use half the drive for games and the other for media. So I formatted the drive and then partition it into two partition. The formatting in wbfs manager went well until I got to the just dance 4 game. It froze and 1:34 elapsed time. The entire computer stop working so I had to power it off with the power button. So I undid all the changes made leaving only one drive like it was originally. However, it continued to freeze even I reverted all the changes and with multiple just dance game version.They all seen to fail at the exact elapse time of 1:34. I can successfully transfer other games and they play just fine on my wii. So I changed file transfer managers from wbfs to Wii game Manager. But again the transfer failed at 1:34 elapsed time and it was a fresh download of JD4 as well. I have only transferred iso files. I have also tried transferring the files in safe mode but they still fail. Has anyone encounter this problem or have any suggestion on how to deal with it?

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    What if you rip the game from your retail disc? You can do that with your USB loader or with CleanRip.

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    Yea thats possible. But im still confused y the comp would crash on two seperate imagess. Cuz my other back ups worked just fine

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    That is definitely odd. Have you tried formatting to FAT32 or NTFS and playing that games that way? In my experience WBFS drives are unreliable, since I've switched to FAT32 (32kb cluster size to enable GameCube USB Loading) I've had little to no issues whereas with WBFS I had my drive refuse to play games and even corrupt itself twice.

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