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    im guessing the way he transferred the games is the culprit
    but i may be wrong.

    softmodding - correct
    hdd formatting/partitioning - correct
    usb connections - correct
    sd card - correct
    game transferring - ?

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    Methods to install content to the hard drive are included in the FAT32 guide that he said he followed.

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    Now I have a bigger problem. I have three controllers that will not sync so I bought another one and that one won't sync. So I am guessing that our Wii is FWE, finished with engines......I have been trying to get any of the 4 controllers we have to sync for the past week and no go....The black one I had been using just flashes 3 blue lights on the right side. The blue one flashes all 4 lights and the new one I just bought flashes all 4 lights. It is disappointing because it still looks like new. I wouldn't mind it so much if it looked like the boys smashed the crap out of it. Syncing via pushing the red sync buttons didn't work. Is there anything else I can try to get these controllers to sync?

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    Ok. Now that is over with. I have heard that the bluetook component in Wiis fail. This could be that. If you are good with playing with the inside of machines, you can order a replacement part and install it yourself.

    If not, you can pay Nintendo to do it, if you have enough DLC on it to warrant preserving that system, or

    You may have to pick up a new system.

    EDIT: Shoot, that video was supposed to start at the 3 min 20 second mark and get right to the point. So if you want to see the joke I was wanting to tell, jump to that point.

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