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    Everything other than cIOS 250 looks in order. Not sure about that one??? Which loader and using which cIOS? Hard drive --- NTFS, FAT32, WBFS? What game --- a single one, or different ones?

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    Honestly, I've been switching between different IOS's trying to see what worked. Not sure what you mean by loader. I'm using 222 right now. Hardrive is FAT32

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    Loader, as in backup loader. USB Loader GX, NeoGamma, Configurable USB Loader, WiiFlow --- that idea. I will repeat previous questions: did you try a different cIOS? Some loaders only support certain cIOS and you must pick the one(s) it supports. What game --- a single one, or different ones?

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    I have and tried USB Loader GX, Configurable USB Loader, and Cover Folder 1.0. I've tried several cIOS's but have no idea which one I should be using with each program. I tried Mario Kart Wii (WBFS), Mario Party 9(ISO), and Wreck it Ralph(ISO). The ISOs give me the same error as the title and the WBFS gave me a black screen.

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    And how did you rip the disc images, I mean WBFS, ISO --- why aren't you doing them in a unified format?

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    Never mind now. I remember a while back I wasn't able to bring back saved files from certian games and got this same error. I looked through Nintendo FAQ help and it says the system itself has to be repaired.

    Thanks for the help though

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