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    USB Loader GX Theme issues

    Just as a quick update to answer questions. I'm very familiar with Wii Hacking. now for the stupid issue I cant figure out. I have the updated all of GX including the .DOL and the Channel. In the settings you have an option for themes. So I click it and it shows the themes. Then i go to download them. and after i press the download button I get the Error: Cannot create file. ??? oddness. i checked the config path so make sure everything is pointing to the proper destinations and that is correct. I also hooked the SD to my computer and made sure all the folders existed and they do. and ALSO I made sure the lock on the SD card was off. i have no problem saving other files to the SD card or downloading stuff with the homebrew browser. so everything check out there.

    I was wondering if any one ran into this issue. I Googled the hell outta hit with no success. considering everything works fine except the theme download I was leaning more towards this is a known issue. But I wanted to ask the community if they ran into it.

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    You were probably trying to download a theme which was designed for a different resolution than your Wii is set to. It's not your fault, the themes just aren't labeled properly in USB Loader. Each comes in 4:3, 16:9, or both. Depending on what your console outputs, a theme may fail to extract properly.

    Go to the website, I forget what the url is but I think it tells you in the loader, and you'll see the resolution outputs for each theme. Pick out one which has your resolution, drop it into your themes folder on the sd card, and you should be good.
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    ahhh damn them. good to know. i figured it was something stupid like that. its funny hwo the stupid stuff is a pain in the ass but the hard stuff (IOS, Modding,) is easy. thanks again


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