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    Old problem, new user

    Hi guys,

    I feel like I've been stumbling around blindly trying to fix little problem, but I just can't seem to nail it.

    I have a modchipped (Wiikey) Wii (4.2e) and have had no issues with back-up games for the past two years, That was until I tried to load a back-up copy of New Super Mario Bros. After five minutes of playing the screen went black with the standard message on screen about needing to turn off the power, ejecting the disc and consulting the ops guide. I 've read that this was a common problem.

    Is there a fix for this? I've tried following tutorials (messie's 4.2 tutorial) and I just can't sem to fix it. I tried bypassing the disc loader with a USB loader through HBC (I managed to resinstall HBC thanks to the tutorial but then nothing after that) but all I got was a blank screen. I also find the terms such as 'trucha', replacing 'cios' and the like to be a foreign language.

    Is there a fix? Do I need a new modchip, updated firmware or is there some noobie step that I'm missing.

    By the way, through Messie's tutorial I hae established that I can install bootmii as a boot2 because I have an older Wii. Does that make any difference to the solution?

    Thanks in advance for the assistance.

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