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    Hmm your syscheck looks good

    what is hdd formatted as...have you tried using the CFG 222.dol

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    HDD is wbfs
    ummm lol excuse the newb in me coming out but ive never heard of CFG 222.dol

    ok excuse the newb comment lol i always used wiiflow and cfg (was the 222.dol that confused me)
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    cfg60-222.dol - cfg-loader - cfg60-222.dol - Project Hosting on Google Code

    try this apps/cfg/boot.dol see if it still causes freeze if it does try swapping your drive to fat32 and see if that fixes the issue (guide in my sig)

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    ok cfg did not work lol froze on main menu

    drives back to fat32. what do i do from that point as guides are saying i need to use wbfs to convert lol drive was already wbfs (im so lost lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowwy View Post
    ok cfg did not work lol froze on main menu

    drives back to fat32. what do i do from that point as guides are saying i need to use wbfs to convert lol drive was already wbfs (im so lost lol)
    Use wii backup manager to open your drives contents up and extract them into a folder of your choice on your comps hdd in wbfs format. They will now be backed up on your pc which leaves you to format the the hdd in fat32. Then all you do is make a folder called wbfs on your newly formatted hdd and put your games in there. When you do it you will see how much of a difference it makes. or if you have iso's on your comp you can convert these as you put them onto your hdd.

    Note when in wii backup manager sort the settings out before you start backing them up to your computer hdd.
    Last edited by narse1979; 09-27-2010 at 11:00 AM.


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    Well I don't know if formatting to FAT32 will fix your issue, but if you want to...follow the FAT32 guide in my signature.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    sorry its taken so long to get back to you but i had to go away

    drives picked up fine in fat32 but the error im getting now is need to set wbfs, thats in cfg usb and the other one

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    Can you be more specific? When do you get the error? Is that the full error? What cIOS revision do you have? Try Cfg USB Loader (222 version if you have hermes cIOS 222....or the 249 version if you have cIOSx rev 19/20).
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    sorry guys had to go away for a family funeral ile try what ya said and post back later or tomoz as only just got home

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