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    3.2 Wii SD card loads slow 9 out of 10 times and everytime I get green screen

    Neogamma worked great until a few days ago. Everytime the sd card loads slow I get the green screen in neogamma no matter what game I try to load from USB drive. On the rare time it loads fast I can load a game and play. I have tried three different SD cards with the same results. Could this be Homebrew cting up? I have thought about reinstalling but it's been so long I thought I'd get some expert opinions. Thanks!
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    Your post is unfathomable. You say SD card loads slow, then in mid-description switch to USB drive, and then back to SD card. What gives? Green screen is usually a symptom of playing an out of region game. Beyond that your post offers no details (System Menu/region, games, versions, guide you followed, etc). You'll have to do better than that I'm afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Your post is unfathomable. You say SD card loads slow, then in mid-description switch to USB drive, and then back to SD card. What gives? Green screen is usually a symptom of playing an out of region game. Beyond that your post offers no details (System Menu/region, games, versions, guide you followed, etc). You'll have to do better than that I'm afraid.
    3.2u, NTSC, Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, Madden 09, Madden 10, Suer Mario Bros, Wii Sports all NTSC) I installed Homebrew months ago. I used Zelda Twilight Princess to install HomeBrew. I had GX loader for a while but now I have been using Neogamma. Again, games have all been playing on occasion. Homebrew loads the SD card and then I start neogamma. I select to load game from my external USB drive. One out of maybe 10 times it reads the SD card quickly and i have no problems playing games. the other 9 times it reads the SD card very slow and after loading the game I get a green screen. It is not a region problem.

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    Still not getting it, sorry. 3.2U of yours, check; region of the games you speak of (U, E, J, K?) Then you're still saying SD card/USB HD/SD card. This a fancy way of saying a forwarder is installed and Neo Gamma is on the SD card rather than a wad (channel) install? Junkmail has an excellent thread entitled "update your softmod," go and seek it out.

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    Thanks. It's just strange that it has been working fine until a few days ago. thanks for your fast replies and you taking the time.

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    Let me put it this way: regardless of the symptoms, sounds like your softmod is a little out of date even so. But you're welcome nonetheless.

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