GameCube won't run on usbloader gx and a duplicate wii
This was a really great tutorial! I did get usbloader gx and CleanRip to work flawlessly, and successfully copied all my original wii and gamecube games to external usb. All are working fine on a "borrowed" wii... I have three wii's: (1) a previously new wii, now with a broken drive; (2) a new blue wii (not gamecube compatible and I didn't know that until too late); and (3) a borrowed wii. I borrowed the wii from a neighbor (the two wii's I'm working with are both 4.3u). I did all the homebrew, usbloader gx, CleanRip, stuff, for both wii's. I completed the homebrew hack (using another great "wizard" by xflak called ModMii). I followed all of your installation instructions and spent several hours copying my disks, using either usbloader gx for the wii games and the cleanrip process for the gamecube disks. I thought that since my wii drive was broken, but the controller I/O's all still worked, I could use the "borrowed" wii because my wii had the broken drive. After doing all this copying, I was aware that usbloader gx was updating all these configuration files in the apps folder, so I figured I could just copy that complete sd\apps\usb-loader\ folder to a new sd card with the same versions of homebrew, loader and cleanrip, etc. It seemed to work too; the usbloader gx menues all look good, wii games play fine, but the game cube games just sit there on a black screen while the gamecube blinks twice, continuously, I guess expecting for me to insert the gamecube disk that I did already on the borrowed wii. As I said my broken wii is gamecube compatible (has the gamecube i/o ports, and will play the games), but I did all the copying and reinsterting game cube disks onto the borrowed wii. Do you have any suggestions? I am in a good place for troubleshooting anything, I have swapped out sd cards to/from my wii and the borrowed wii. On the borrowed wii everthing works fine, no matter which sd card I use, both wii and gamecube games are read directly from usb, no problem.