SD stopped being recognized. Games can be loaded from HHD only through Neogama.
The problem I have is as follows:
Until recently, I had a perfectly well working soft moded Wii 4.2. I had HBC on it, I had a Wad Manager installed, I had Neogama, and I had a USB Loader GX with Forwarder so after start up my games stored on the hard drive were presented in a beautifully colourful fan of covers.
Then one day the USB connection at the hard drive enclosure started failing. Some sort of a hardware failure. So it became increasingly difficult to load through the USB Loader. It was timing out, and I think I remember it was giving 2 options with buttons: "IOS249" and "IOS36". Once I pushed the IOS36 button. Now I realise I should not have done that. I have replaced the HDD enclosure with a new one. It works OK. But the SD card is not recognized any more.
USB Loader does not load any games. It goes to black after a while and then goes over to Wii menu again.
Wii does not recognize the SD card. No matter what apps I put on it, I cannot run them through HBC. There are only bubbles on HBC. I tried Hackmii, Bootmi, and what not.
I can load and play the games from HDD if I load them through Neogama (no SD needed). That works fine. But I would like to return to the state from before I pushed that IOS36 button and be able to load through the USB Loader. Would anyone of you know how to do it?
I found the below post written some 2 years ago on another forum:
"I fixed it. Someone in my family set my Priiloader to boot System Menu with IOS36. It's working perfectly now."
Sounds like the same issue and points in the direction of Priiloader settings. Unfrotunately, there is no explanation how to fix it. And I can't even access the Priiloader. Any useful hint how to get back to the previous state will be highly appreciated.
how to install and use Homebrew Browser if WII does not read SD card?
Originally Posted by twtwitter
I tried with SD card. I downloaded the HBB and followed the instructions from Homebrew Browser - WiiBrew saying: "Create an /apps folder on the root of your SD card (e.g. E:/apps). Copy the homebrew_browser folder to the /apps folder on your SD card. Ensure that the little write lock switch on your SD card is off. Launch via the Homebrew Channel."
Can't install the HBB this way. And why should I, if WII does not read the SD card?
I did the same wiht a USB jump drive. No result either.