Neogamma's "Storage Read1 Failed" off of SDHC Card
I have a soft-modded 4.3U Wii that I recently wiped the dust off of. I used to play my backups off of my 32gb sd card but have been having issues lately. I'm getting a "Storage Read1 Failed" with NeoGamma [R9 b56, d2x56v10 (249)]. Here's some of the details:
When I soft-modded the Wii, I forgot exactly what all I did (I think 'letterbomb') but I did install: homebrew, pimp my wii, misc emu's and so forth. I also remember installing .wad's, cios files and some other signed trauncha files (or something like that).
Now, I have 2 partitions on my sd card: Fat32 [[Primary, Active]], WBSF [[Primary, Inactive]]. I use PartitionMagic for the partitions, and "I understand that you can create a wbsf folder in the root of your card and throw your backup .wbsf files in the folder, but I haven't had any luck in that area. I do have the files in the directory, but I also have them installed in my wbsf partition. I use "Wii Game Manager" and "WBSF manager" to mess with my backup transfers.
When the sd card is inserted in my computer and the right drive is active, I can see the list of my games. When I throw the card in the wii, bring up NeoGamma and try to read from the SDHC card, I get a "Storage Read1 Failed". Is there anything that I can try to get this to work - either the WBSF partition, or the wbsf folder files? I've tried different things, tinkering with the options, but haven't had much luck. Any help is appreciated!
--Does neogamma boot? Is neogamma a channel or from a forwarder? [[Neogamma is a channel on the main screen; it boots fine, but when I select <<Load From SD/SDHC>> it gives me that error]]
--What about USB loader? [[I tried Configurable USB Loader and it didn't recognize a USB Device...after all, it's a SDHC Card. I've also tried USB Loader GX and it didn't recognize a HDD>>
--Is the sd card on the compatability list? [[I've used this card for games before - it recently crashed]]
--Is it the latest version of neogamma? [[I think]]
--Have you booted the game before off a different device? [[Nope, but like I said: it worked on this one before]]