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    and its alright that i have already done something like this once? i dont need to letterbomb again do i?

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    The guide will overwrite whatever it needs to. Start in the section "Softmods with Homebrew Channel Installed".

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    ok im starting it now, if i have any questions i will post them here. Thanks

    so i did everything and i have all the channels on my wii but i cant get any of them to work right, usb loader gx just stops working on initialize usb hdd.

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    Do you have the hdd plugged in the right usb port? What about the other usb loaders that are in the guide CFG and Wiiflow? Do they work?

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    I had the hdd plugged into the USB closest to the edge. Neogamma loads up but I don't need it and configure USB freezes and so does wiiflow

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    Can you post a sysCheck with your current config?
    cfg loader v70r50

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    Yes I will, check back in an hour

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    Another question, how is your HDD formatted and what is the model#?

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    My Hdd is "E05A075CAU3XS" and was formated with wbfs manager 3.0 not sure what format,and heres the syscheck

    This is a spoiler

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    Part of the issue could be that it is a usb 3.0 drive, of which some are known to have compatibility issues.

    Do you know if the drive has any other partitions? If not download EaseUs partition manager and check it. If it does, delete the non-game partition and then maximize the size of the game partition.

    After that I would recommend you use wbfs2fat to convert the drive to a fat32 file system. Try all that then report back.

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