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    i had massive problems with games becoming corrupt when adding and removing games, other people have also reported this problem, but there are other reported reasons. my solution was to change my drive format to FAT32 rather than WBFS
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    The iso file was simply a bad image. Replacing the file fixes the problem.

    @ robbobnbill I don't think that removing adding/deleting files has anything to do with the game stop working. As long as games are added through a recommended program i.e. WBFS Manager, there should not be any problems. I myself have no problems removing adding games on my wbfs formatted HDD, since your not messing with the actual iso file, but with the HDD only.

    @ Lavor glad you got it working, enjoy it!

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    Congrats on fixing it. I'm currently having a problem with mine not loading after the title screen :/ I guess I'll go iso hunting lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by streetsurfer158 View Post
    I don't think that removing adding/deleting files has anything to do with the game stop working.
    From my experience, and i do only draw on my experience, adding and deleting games when i first had my wii setup with my HDD i would continuously get games that previously worked, no longer working after adding or deleting games using WBFS Manager, i have only ever used the guides on this site so my setup i would regard as trusted, my iso's were good.

    through a process of elimination and reading on here and the project site of uloadergx i finally got my issues sorted by ditching WBFS Manager for wii game manager and usind FAT32 instead of WBFS on my drive. but i found that this is a common issue caused by a lot of variables, not just bad iso's
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbobnbill View Post
    From my experience, and i do only draw on my experience, adding and deleting games when i first had my wii setup with my HDD i would continuously get games that previously worked, no longer working after adding or deleting games using WBFS Manager, i have only ever used the guides on this site so my setup i would regard as trusted, my iso's were good.

    through a process of elimination and reading on here and the project site of uloadergx i finally got my issues sorted by ditching WBFS Manager for wii game manager and usind FAT32 instead of WBFS on my drive. but i found that this is a common issue caused by a lot of variables, not just bad iso's
    Thats interesting... but strange. Though if all you had to do was format to FAT32, maybe the problem was with the hdd, and every time you accessed it to add/remove files it would corrupt the other file(s) on it which would ultimately result in a bad iso backup file.

    Maybe Ill look into it a bit more if I'm not so lazy lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by streetsurfer158 View Post
    Thats interesting... but strange. Though if all you had to do was format to FAT32, maybe the problem was with the hdd, and every time you accessed it to add/remove files it would corrupt the other file(s) on it which would ultimately result in a bad iso backup file.l
    FAT32 was the last resort in a long line of different options, hdd was healthy and good no problems at all apart from using WBFS filesystem, that was the one common denominator in the whole process, since switching to FAT32 havent had 1 problem it has worked great for me.

    some people get round it by fixing free blocks using their chosen wbfs manager, or just loading all their games in one go, some people get errors after downloading covers!!! it seems to be different for different people, the benefit of having my drive set as FAT32 is that i can manage whats on my drive without a manager doing it for me
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    Yah, fat32 is alot easier to handle than wbfs, but I am content using WBFS Manager to manage my games... or Im just too lazy to backup all my games, reformat then move them all again lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbobnbill View Post
    FAT32 was the last resort in a long line of different options, hdd was healthy and good no problems at all apart from using WBFS filesystem, that was the one common denominator in the whole process, since switching to FAT32 havent had 1 problem it has worked great for me.

    some people get round it by fixing free blocks using their chosen wbfs manager, or just loading all their games in one go, some people get errors after downloading covers!!! it seems to be different for different people, the benefit of having my drive set as FAT32 is that i can manage whats on my drive without a manager doing it for me
    The exact same problems happened to me in the past weeks....I really don't want to have to remove all my games and reinstall them with some new games, just for newer games. Now I just download covers manually and put them in my SD card instead from the loaders themselves. I'm going to try formating my WBFS partiation to FAT32 and see if this works for me. Thanks for the input I suppose.

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