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    USB Loader won;t boot anymor eafter working for quite sometime.

    I did the whole homebrew on the system awhile back with doing the usual process with the sd card and such for a friend. It worked and he ha enjoyed since. about 2 weeks ago the wii stopped booting the usb loader programs. i don;t kno what he did but he did ask to fix it for him. can anyone assist as to what i should do to try to fix this and troubleshoot what may have happened to resolve it.

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    Sounds like the wii may have been updated. Could you post a system check?
    http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...tem-check.html
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    Jax

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    Please Post A System Check.link->How To Post A System Check
    This will let us see what's installed.

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    Spoiler

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    Your system check looks fine. What kind of usb hdd are you using? Is it plugged in the right port? What happens when you try to run one of the usb loaders? What loaders are you using? Just trying to get to the bottom of this.

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    I agree with Toby1978, and would like to know the answer's to those questions as well.
    Your system check does look fine, with one exception...your Homebrew Channel is a little outdated.
    Let's try and re-install HBC.

    Take this file...Hackmii Installer and put that in the apps folder.
    You will go in to the HBC to run this program and install the HBC and then exit.
    This will install over the Old HBC.

    Also look on the Sd Card and make sure that the Usb Loaders are on the SD Card in the apps Folder.
    If not go and get the Apps Pack from the Soft Mod Any Wii Guide, Link is at the bottom of my Signature.

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    For jax's curiousity, run this program once extracted in the root of your SD: LINK!
    - Post the contents retrieved here.

    Skeptical?


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    i checked the folder.....and no apps were there. so i donwloaded the ap pack and presto! what would cause them to be deleted?

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    Honesly, I don't know what would delete them, the important thing is that you didn't get robbed of any other important running processes that could had bricked your wii If you're good, then that's all that matters!

    Skeptical?


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    Hmmm... is it possible that you (or someone else) might have inserted a blank SD card into the Wii by accident? Roommate needed one for his camera?

    I would have some second thoughts about continuing to use the SD card, if your files just went *poof*. SD cards aren't the most reliable medium for data storage..

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