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    Sorry, I wasn't clear. The 4 games it shows (without covers since I never downloaded them) aren't on my usb, it doesn't show anything from my usb. they were the games I had on my usb the 1st time I tried using wiiflow. I didn't manage to get them to run, although I don't remember what I tried to get it working.

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    Still sounds like a cache issue. Did you tell it to refresh it?

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    Yeah but it didn't work, I can't remember what it said though.

    Edit: I tried it out and it worked for some reason, whatever it was. But kirby worked in exactly the same way for CFG and wiiflow, only 3 of the games worked. I'm wondering if there is any record of it working on PAL with all the classic games?

    Anyhow what else can I try?
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    Llaffer I found the solution: someone suggested to force NTSC which got all the classic games working on my PAL wii haha!! Thanks to everybody for all the help you guys are great, I only have 3 games that still don't work yet and I'll try all the stuff you showed me for those games and report back.

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    I live in Brazil, and most TVs here will take any color system. My Wii is NTSC, though, so whenever I've got a PAL game I run into unknown territory. Many will work when I force system default or NTSC, some when I force PAL, and some others won't show color no matter what I try.

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    So It seems the best video settings for PAL users is 'disc default'. 'system default' isn't always as helpful (more helpful for NTSC wiis). I managed to get the other games working by forcing NTSC.

    1) I noticed another problem, I think I may have changed one of the settings by accident in GX without realising. I'm not sure what it was but I would get the message 'codes\(xgame).get does not exist. loading games without cheats' and then I would click yes to load the game normally. I can't get it to go away!

    2) Another time the usb wasn't inserted properly when I loaded up GX, and it said no usb detected so loading channels instead (or something similar). After I put the usb in properly and reloaded GX the channels still appeared in the list even when I selected 'games' and deselected the other options (emunand channels, gamecube games, etc) in the 'drive' icon at the top.

    I read that I select them and press a then delete or something, but I don't want to delete those channels! Or will it only delete them from GX? How do I remove them from GX properly? And also the above cheats message?

    3) By using priiloader's region free games/everything what are the actual issues or problems caused as I read somewhere that it causes system instability, I was wondering what exactly that means? Thanks
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    Sounds like you just messed with some settings you maybe shouldn't have. Easiest way to fix that, if such is the case, would be to delete the USB Loaders config files. Launch the USB Loader would then generate new ones with default settings. You'll have to tweak the settings to your liking all over again but it should be okay after. Just don't mess with a setting if you don't know what it does

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    Thanks, I'll do that as a last resort. But resetting all the various tweaks will be tricky for me as I set every game individually and it took a long time to figure it all out, I would have to find the posts where I read how to tweak for various games again. I was hoping there might be a way to click on the unwanted channels and make them disappear? I remember reading somewhere that you can press b or something and 'delete' to remove but I didn't know if that would actually delete it off my wii (eg. homebrew channel wiiflow etc) I just want it to not show in GX!!

    Also what about the priiloader region free issues?

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    Last I checked USB Loader cannot delete items from the Wii NAND. If it is giving you that choice it sounds like you have an emunand set up. It can delete from emunand.

    As for the Priiloader thing, I've never encountered any issues with Priiloader's Region Free setting.

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