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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Welter View Post
    still nothing. i Do believe. For the first time since i hard modded a wii five years ago (have had 3 different wiis since, all softmods) i have encountered something that i cant figure out. Ive run into hundreds of problems with this deal, but ive always seemed to figure it out eventually...i think i give up on this one.
    When you delete your WBFS partition did you extend the partition next to it, because it seems like you still have 3 partitions, make sure you have two partitions or this will not work, all partitions on your USB HDD has to be logical before you change the fat32 to primary. Do not give up. It will work.
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    I'm having a really weird issue. After I finally got Animal Crossing working and played for an extended amount of time, I went to go play again today. Now no matter what settings I use, I get a black screen or my Wii turns off. It was just working yesterday, no changes made. Help!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Awkward View Post
    I'm having a really weird issue. After I finally got Animal Crossing working and played for an extended amount of time, I went to go play again today. Now no matter what settings I use, I get a black screen or my Wii turns off. It was just working yesterday, no changes made. Help!




    When you are finish playing GC games, do not turn off the wii because the game could mess up,
    try R, Z, Start: reboot Wii
    R, Z, down d-pad, B: Shutdown Wii
    you may have to replace the game with a new one or try other GC games

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    I did manually turn it off. Damn. OK, what do you mean by replace the game? The retail disc? Or what?

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    only the "game.iso"

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylove

    When you are finish playing GC games, do not turn off the wii because the game could mess up,
    try R, Z, Start: reboot Wii
    R, Z, down d-pad, B: Shutdown Wii
    you may have to replace the game with a new one or try other GC games
    Weird, I turn the Wii off via the systems face button and I've never had a game corrupt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Weird, I turn the Wii off via the systems face button and I've never had a game corrupt.
    some HDD have issues I always use "Shortcut functions" with my HDD with 2 partitions. I hope its the game and nothing else. This is why I told him to try other GC games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by candylove View Post
    When you delete your WBFS partition did you extend the partition next to it, because it seems like you still have 3 partitions, make sure you have two partitions or this will not work, all partitions on your USB HDD has to be logical before you change the fat32 to primary. Do not give up. It will work.
    its not letting me remove these extra unallocated spots. One is 6Mb the other is 2. If i try to resize the other, i have the option to click on take all unallocated space..but its still making me have it...i dont get this either. Headache after headache

    these unallocated spots arent showing up in EaseUS patition or in Disc Management. Only in Acronis do i see this empty space.

    EDIT*** got them removed. Starting whole process over again....
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    Quote Originally Posted by candylove
    some HDD have issues I always use "Shortcut functions" with my HDD with 2 partitions. I hope its the game and nothing else. This is why I told him to try other GC games.
    Could it be something to do with multiple partition drives? Mine is a single partition and I did have trouble with FCEU and SNES9X GX when I had my old HDD dual partitioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Welter View Post
    its not letting me remove these extra unallocated spots. One is 6Mb the other is 2. If i try to resize the other, i have the option to click on take all unallocated space..but its still making me have it...i dont get this either. Headache after headache

    these unallocated spots arent showing up in EaseUS patition or in Disc Management. Only in Acronis do i see this empty space.

    EDIT*** got them removed. Starting whole process over again....
    I think when they're so small it does not matter as long the WBFS partition is not there anymore and you have only two partitions FAT32 and NTFS.

    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Could it be something to do with multiple partition drives? Mine is a single partition and I did have trouble with FCEU and SNES9X GX when I had my old HDD dual partitioned.
    I prefer my one partition FAT32 HDD for the WII. I sometimes think about converting my NTFS drive to one partition FAT32.

    Please use the Edit function.
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