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    WiiFlow \ Config USB Loader Locking Up

    So I have done some research and came back with nothing so far...

    Whenever I Start a game in wiiflow the loading bar gets about 1/4 the way and just freezes. The wii remote goes dead and I have to reset.

    Same game in Config USB freezes up on ISO Reload Blocked.

    I am running d2x v8 final.. The games were copied in wiiflow to SD card as IOS56.. Any kind of printout I can post to help you out I will gladly do.

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    Try re-ripping the game off of the game disk using the loaders to ensure they are ripped properly.

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    I used the loader to copy the disk to SD as of right now Config USB Loader says:

    Mario Smash Bros
    RSBE01 6.93GB dual-layer IOS36

    IOS(249).......
    IOS Reload: Blocked

    freeze...

    This is my syscheck

    Spoiler



    Forgot to mention I am running wiiflow off of a USB and my games are stored on SD... I am not sure if this makes a difference in loading as I heard some games only work off USB HD?
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    First off, don't double-post. If you want to add information to your last post, use the edit button.

    I'm not sure why you'd be running the app from USB and have the game image stored on SD. Most people do the other way around. USB would have a faster read time than SD would.

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