Try not renaming the folder. See if that works.
Yes, infact I installed it straight to the USB from the program. I renamed the folder to "Mario Kart Double Dash! (Game ID went here), and I left ISO as game.iso
llaffer- Still getting a black screen on DMBooter and USBLoader GX with Dios Mios.
Last edited by BossWahab54; 08-07-2014 at 09:12 AM.
Can you plug in your USB drive into your PC and run "chkdsk" on the hard drive's letter that your system sees it as?
Here is mine for an example:
cdhkdsk exampleCode:C:\>chkdsk h: The type of the file system is FAT32. Volume WII DISK created 7/12/2014 10:53 AM Volume Serial Number is 9ACD-1212 Windows is verifying files and folders... File and folder verification is complete. Windows has checked the file system and found no problems. 976,489,440 KB total disk space. 256 KB in 5 hidden files. 416 KB in 13 folders. 1,824 KB in 59 files. 976,486,912 KB are available. 32,768 bytes in each allocation unit. 30,515,295 total allocation units on disk. 30,515,216 allocation units available on disk. C:\>
What does your output look like?
The check is taking a long time, but I will edit it in right below.
Edit: Didn't know how to copy command prompt Finally found out!
SpoilerThe type of the file system is FAT32.
Volume GC BACKUPS created 8/7/2014 9:25 AM
Volume Serial Number is 11FD-2838
Windows is verifying files and folders...
File and folder verification is complete.
Windows has checked the file system and found no problems.
488,255,040 KB total disk space.
544 KB in 15 hidden files.
928 KB in 29 folders.
13,123,424 KB in 71 files.
475,130,112 KB are available.
32,768 bytes in each allocation unit.
15,257,970 total allocation units on disk.
14,847,816 allocation units available on disk.
Last edited by BossWahab54; 08-07-2014 at 06:46 PM.
ok. 32k cluster check is good. This is a 500gb partition. Is this the only partition on a 500gb drive? Or is it a larger drive partitioned into smaller pieces?
If the first/only, is the partition "active" and "Primary" (not logical) and formatted as MBR (don't recall what the other alternative is).
This information can be found when you mount the drive to your Windows machine and load up EaseUS http://url.llaffer.com/easeus partitioner.
This drive isn't partitioned at all. It's set as "active", "Primary", and formatted as MBR.
Then the only thing I can think of is that the hard drive may just simply be incompatible with DM. Usually, if a drive works for Wii, it works for GC games as well, but I have seen cases where Wii games work and GC do not.
If you can, try it with a thumb drive formatted the same way, or another smaller external USB device just to see if things work or not. Then if it does work, then we know it's the original drive not working with the Wii.
Well, I don't really have another HDD or a thumb drive. I had to buy the one I'm using.
Edit: I forgot to say that it can load GC backups perfectly on Nintendont.