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    An error has occured

    Hi,

    I have a 4.3U soft-modded wii with a broken disc drive, used the Soft-mod ANY Wii guide with letterbomb, everything was working fine. Yesterday, I had finished downloading a digital version of my game "Carnival Games", transfered it to the drive, and reconnected the drive to my wii. Everything was fine, USB Loader GX started up, but I got a disc read error on the Carnival game. No biggie, I thought, as it had happened with one of the other games I was able to find a copy of. Unfortunately, now the error shows for every game I have (and I have no operational disc drive to re-rip them). I've taken the Carnival game off the drive with no success. Is there option to fix this without wiping the ting and starting over?

    Thanks!

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    How about not double-posting.

    You posted the same message in more than one place, and then you replied to yourself in the other thread, which is both against forum rules that you accepted earlier today.

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    I won't double-post again, I don't want to get locked out, I'm just really desperate (which I understand is no reason to violate the rules).

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    What is the drive formatted to?

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    FAT32. All the games I had previously loaded now give the same error.

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    I would suggest that the drive is becoming corrupted. What actually happens? Does it load at all?

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    I'll load a game and will get "An error occurred. Press the Eject Button, remove the Game Disc, and turn the power OFF. Please read the Wii Operational Manual for more information."

    Update: I just tested out a game on CFG loader and it runs at least one game, so there must be something with USB Loader GX. I'm going to look into possible issues with the loader, but if anyone has any suggestions/ideas, let me know. (I use USB Loader GX because of it's emunand function, as I've had so much trouble with SNEEK)
    Last edited by cabman; 03-19-2013 at 12:57 PM.

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    so the game doesnt load at all? ie u select it then u get that message?

    I would suggest trying a usb stick just to rule out it being anything other than the drive, if the usb stick works then the drive is corrupted if not then we can cross that bridge when we come to it

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    I don't think it's a problem with the drive: my games will play on CFG Loader. I came across a post where someone was having the same problem with USB Loader GX and fixed it by updating the loader (through the settings). Is this something I could try without jigging the system further?

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    try this, maybe u should have included more info in the original post (maybe i should have asked lol)

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