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    Black Screen Games

    Hi, This is my first post but i have been using this site for advice for quite a while. I have decided to backup my backup disks to my hdd. i ony have one 500 gig partition using wbfs. Most games work fine but there are a few that give black screens when loading. Lets focus on Alien Syndrome ntsc-u. Using google i have found that it should work. I have the most up to date usb loader gx. i have ran it in ios 249 and 222. i have tried loading the game with the block ios reload and running just the game with ios 222,223,249. i have the same issue ruuning it from neogamma. the game runs fine from my backup disk and the original. With ios 222/223 i have tried all sorts of combos when installing. right now i have 222 installed with 38 merged with 37 and 223 is 38 merged with 60. i got guitar hero 5 working that way but the others just dont work. can anyone please point me in the correct direction?

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    Often a black screen when trying to load a game means that the IOS neded by the game to load is either not installed or the installed IOS needs to be updated:http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-use-run.html. While not all your black screened games may be listed, take a look at Tealc's first post and use the information to ID what IOS your game needs.

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    If your wondering where you download these IOSs then look no further than HERE!. Once you have downloaded the IOS you need, slap it on your SD card [in the wad folder of course] and throw that puppy into your Wii. Load up Wad Manager and install the wad.

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    So the only question i have to this is if i am folowing the guide to find out what ios i need it tells me to compare the system menu with my system menu. What if my system menu is newer? what do i do?

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