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    HBC doesn't show any files when acessed from Wiiflow

    My v. 1.1.0 HBC (IOS58 v24.32) works just fine when I access it from the System Menu or when I set Priiloader to boot directly on it (like I usualy do). The problem is that when I exit to HBC from a loader (I use Wiiflow 99% of the time), or when I exit to System Menu from a loader and then go to HBC, it doesn't display any of the files on it. When I press 1 on the Wiimote, it doesn't recognize the SD card (where the HBC and all the other files are), only the HDD I have attached.

    The problem is imediately solved when I eject and reinsert the SD card in the slot, but it's really bothersome having to do that all the time.

    Does anybody have any idea of what might be happening? I use a 4 GB SDHC card FAT 32 formated.

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    Never had this problem, But try a different sd card so we can rule out it being the card itself.
    Also try reformatting the card with this Sd Formatter, Remember to back up your files from the sd card.
    Make sure the sd card is clean as well.

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    Yep, turns out the card was the problem. But I still have an issue: when I try to access the WiiWare section from the Wiiflow Menu (the one you get when you press B), an exception occurs and the console resets. Why does this happen? I have two WiiWare games (World of Goo and Super Mario 64), but I can only access them through the NAND channel option. Weren't they supposed to be on The Wiiware section? And more importantly, Why do I get the code dump screen?

    I am thinking about getting a larger SD card (probably 32GB). Is there any one you recommend? Does the class of the card make any difference? What about using an SD adapter (if I have a micro SD card)? Does it matter if the micro SD and adapter have different brands?

    Anyway, thanks for the help so far.
    Last edited by Avastgard; 12-29-2012 at 03:46 AM.

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