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    Is this normal?

    As you can see the file sizes are different on each side...

    And when trying to start super mario galaxy.. I got a black screen and it said "exception (dsi) occurred"

    I have never had any errors with usbloader before... Can anyone help?
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    Yes it is normal.And that exeption occures when u pull out usb hdd.
    Is your usb hdd went to sleep mode?

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    It looks normal. Probably a bad/corrupt iso. Try to dump the game again.
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    when you get a ISO that is not srubbed (4.3gb) and you go to put it into WBFS manger is other size that you see is the scrubbed size and the size of the real game, not all the "stuffing" in the .iso... Like for examble my NSMB is 300mb when i put it on my WBFS Drive...


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    Thanks emu.. It didn't make sense to me..

    Now I just need to pray my beloved USB HDD is in good condition... Payed quite alot for it and its only a few weeks old

    I have reinstalled usbloader and am trying to install another iso from my computer onto it. I'll try to extract mario again incase something went wrong..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitfly View Post
    And when trying to start super mario galaxy.. I got a black screen and it said "exception (dsi) occurred"

    I have never had any errors with usbloader before... Can anyone help?
    Type galaxy into the search box at the top, search titles only, there are loads of threads with loads of answers, maybe one of them will fit your problem with an answer?
    Please remember your manners - say Thank You if someone helped , it doesn't hurt

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    Actually the reinstallation of USBLOADER and deleting all the config files seemed to work... Must have been some kind of error it picked up over useage.

    While I'm here I may aswell ask how on earth you apply the downloaded skins from it.. I have searched around, not found an answer and don't really want to start a thread over something so menial.

    Thanks for your help yet again guys.. This must be my tenth thread... Hopefully I'll be the one helping for a change someday.

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