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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    It's best not to install IOS indiscriminately. If you'd installed IOS70 you could have very well bricked your Wii.

    A black screen on loading USB GX is not due to your IOS, this type of failure is normally down to your cIOS, probably your IOS249. You might want to verify your cIOS installation.

    Run signcheck signCheck - WiiBrew and post the resultant text from the signcheck.csv file it creates when you run it.
    Okay i will try that, though i am sure i haven't installed IOS70. The ones that i've installed are still on my SD card so i can give the specifics if necessary. Also, reading Messie's guide i was already pre-warned about IOS70 so i think i'm good there.

    EDIT: These are all the wads that i've installed onto the Wii
    IOS30-64-v1040
    IOS31- " - "
    IOS33- " - "
    IOS38- " -v3610
    IOS53- " -v4113
    IOS55- " -v4633
    NeoGammaR7
    Super_Mario_Galaxy_NTSC
    USB_Loader_GX-ULNR-r688
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    It's best not to install IOS indiscriminately. If you'd installed IOS70 you could have very well bricked your Wii.

    A black screen on loading USB GX is not due to your IOS, this type of failure is normally down to your cIOS, probably your IOS249. You might want to verify your cIOS installation.

    Run signcheck signCheck - WiiBrew and post the resultant text from the signcheck.csv file it creates when you run it.
    So i ran SignCheck like you said and everything was going good. The program asked me to use the reset button to continue and everything went smoothly until it got to one of the lower IOS's, like 17 or something not sure. Then i got this screen with bunch of Hex numerals with the words Exception (ISI) occurred at the top. At this point i resetted the Wii and it went back to the Homebrew channel. Also, i tried to install the Homebrew channel at this time and got the same error message.

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    Did you get at least a partial signcheck.cvs? Those IOS listed are probably fine.

    The code dump suggests it came across a file it doesn't like.

    You can also run other apps such as DOP-IOS MOD and cycle through your IOS to determine versions, just dont DOP any files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Did you get at least a partial signcheck.cvs? Those IOS listed are probably fine.

    The code dump suggests it came across a file it doesn't like.

    You can also run other apps such as DOP-IOS MOD and cycle through your IOS to determine versions, just dont DOP any files.
    No file, whether complete or not, found on the SD card. And how would running DOP-IOS Mod help us in this situation?

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    Because it tells us which IOS you have, their versions and can point to a possible conflict. You can of course just install your cIOS249 again http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-4-2-wii.html and see if that works, if not then it's something else which versions may help us understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Because it tells us which IOS you have, their versions and can point to a possible conflict. You can of course just install your cIOS249 again http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-4-2-wii.html and see if that works, if not then it's something else which versions may help us understand.
    Okay everything was running fine until i got to step 2 of the guide. There was no error just a black screen. I feel like i'm destined for this..

    EDIT: I hard-powered off the Wii (held power button until shut-off) and reloaded the AnyTitle Deleter DB and now i'm getting the Exception (ISI) screen again..
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    Black screen when i load original games onto USB

    I have followed this guide all the way through. What am i doing wrong?

    I can play the ISO games that i have loaded onto the USB drive through WBFS..

    When i copy original games direct from the Wii to USB drive using USB Loader GX i get the black screen when load them.

    I have attempted using other usb loaders like wiiflow but i get the same problem with all original games.

    What am i doing wrong?

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    As other USB Loaders are similarly unable to play those games you directly installed from the Wii Drive, maybe the black screen is due to a missing IOS. Look through this list and see if any of your games are here:http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...use-run-4.html .

    If not, use the information in Tealc's first post following the list to see how you can find out what IOS is to load your game(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    As other USB Loaders are similarly unable to play those games you directly installed from the Wii Drive, maybe the black screen is due to a missing IOS. Look through this list and see if any of your games are here:http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...use-run-4.html .

    If not, use the information in Tealc's first post following the list to see how you can find out what IOS is to load your game(s).
    Ok. I will try this. by following this guide i have ios38-64-v3610.

    Do you mean that when USB loader GX is coping the game it is not using the correct IOS?

    I tink i might have the problem - wow i didn't read D5... I might start here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nintendowiiman View Post
    I have followed this guide all the way through. What am i doing wrong?

    I can play the ISO games that i have loaded onto the USB drive through WBFS..

    When i copy original games direct from the Wii to USB drive using USB Loader GX i get the black screen when load them.

    I have attempted using other usb loaders like wiiflow but i get the same problem with all original games.

    What am i doing wrong?
    Is any one else having any problems with this???

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