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    I edited my post above for clarification. Please help if you can.

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    Either way, no there is not a way to do what you are asking. If you are running out of space you should look into nand emulation. Search for our USB loader gx with emulated nand guide.

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    I don't have the Wii in front of me now. But, now it gives a error 002 when a non disc based game is launched.

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    Post another syscheck.

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    Before I deal with that Wii with that issue i talked about above, let me talk about the other Wii and it's issues.

    A new dancing game doesn't load in usb loader gx or wiiflow. I read it and other games work better using "usb loader". However, that program freezes when loading the hard drive while other programs don't. From what I understand, when "usb loader" works, I must change a setting to ios224m so the dancing game would work.

    I would guess you would want me to run a syscheck on this one as well. Well, I did and it froze up testing ios vulnerabilities. it did make a bit of a file. Copy / pasted below

    Region: NTSC-U
    The system menu v449 is running under IOS58 (rev 6176)
    Hollywood v0x11
    Console ID: (edited)
    Boot2 v4
    Found 115 titles
    Found 52 IOS on this console
    Found 3 IOS Stubs on this console

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    My guess is that if syscheck is blowing up on you, then something is wrong which is also preventing other things from working properly.

    Remodding your system using Softmod Any Wii guide and installing all optional content (ModPack, IOSUpdate, Shop Channel v21) will overwrite everything in your system with versions of what we recommend you use to start with.

    If you still have problems after that, we can tweak things from there, but until you get to at least this point as a start, the only thing people will tell you is "remod your system with Softmod Any Wii Guide".

    The link to the guide exists in my signature.

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    I've already went down that road. I used the 4.1 set of instructions instead of 4.3 because the unit is now at 4.1. Before remolding it, the unit would freeze on the "Cfg" screen. Now it freezes on the "Mounting device, please wait..." screen. I'm not sure what to do next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theplunger View Post
    I've already went down that road. I used the 4.1 set of instructions instead of 4.3 because the unit is now at 4.1. Before remolding it, the unit would freeze on the "Cfg" screen. Now it freezes on the "Mounting device, please wait..." screen. I'm not sure what to do next.
    syscheck should work after properly using the guide. If syscheck still fails, then something is wrong and needs to be remodded.

    If syscheck is working, can you post it so we can see if anything else jumps out at us?

    Did you see the FAT32 or NTFS guides on how we recommend you format the drive and install the software onto it?

    Is it plugged into the correct port on the Wii?

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