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    Is there a limit to games you can have stored on HDD? Some Games do not load anymore!

    I am using USB loader GX. I worked hard to get Call of Duty Black Ops to work. I finally had it working great, online play was going great (I had played 20 plus times). I then installed Epic Mickey and that was working great (though I only played it twice). I went home for the hollidays and installed 6 of my brothers games to put my total at 42. I did not change any settings on USB loader GX and did not peform and system updates and now epic mickey does not work and when I try to click on COD: Black ops, the CD image does not come up and after around 5 seconds I get a big black error screen with all the dumping text and it freezes....


    What is up? Has this happened to any of you? The only things I can think of is that I have too many games on my Hard Drive (42, though I have a 500 gb hard drive and it is not close to full), or because I am using my wii at my parents house with no internet (at my house I am always connected o wi-fi)

    Please help!!!

    Thanks!

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    Nothing to do with game limitations (I think 500 games is the Wii's limit? Certainly not 42).

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    I am not sure if gx has a limit, but I can assure you that it is well over 42. Maybe the file id corrupted. Do all of the other games work?

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    If your hdd is formatted as WBFS then the limit is 500 games

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    So any other reasons why those two games may not be working? Is it a big deal that my wii is hooked up at a different location and that I am no longer connected to wi-fi? I haven't gone through and tried all my games but I tried 3 other games that I play a lot (NBA Jam, Goldeneye 007, and Donkey Kong Country Returns) and they all work. These are all recent games so it shouldn't be that call of duty and epic mickey are new games.

    The really odd thing is that call of duty does not even bring up the disc image when I click on it, then I get a black error dumping screen. That has never happened with any of my games before.

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    No network access causes a crash

    I changed my wireless security and forgot to update the Wii. When I tried to download a cover it crashed. Once I updated the wireless settings again, everything started working.

    Quote Originally Posted by UMDRunner View Post
    I am using USB loader GX. I worked hard to get Call of Duty Black Ops to work. I finally had it working great, online play was going great (I had played 20 plus times). I then installed Epic Mickey and that was working great (though I only played it twice). I went home for the hollidays and installed 6 of my brothers games to put my total at 42. I did not change any settings on USB loader GX and did not peform and system updates and now epic mickey does not work and when I try to click on COD: Black ops, the CD image does not come up and after around 5 seconds I get a big black error screen with all the dumping text and it freezes....


    What is up? Has this happened to any of you? The only things I can think of is that I have too many games on my Hard Drive (42, though I have a 500 gb hard drive and it is not close to full), or because I am using my wii at my parents house with no internet (at my house I am always connected o wi-fi)

    Please help!!!

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiibroke View Post
    I changed my wireless security and forgot to update the Wii. When I tried to download a cover it crashed. Once I updated the wireless settings again, everything started working.

    Well I do not want to perform a system update since I have a modded wii....

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    The file for Call of Duty appears to be corrupt. When I load it up in WBFS manager a red x appears next to it. Could I have done something to corrupt it? I have pretty much only installed and played some new games, no updates or anything. Is there a way to "mend" the file?

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    Just delete it with wbfs manager and reinstall it. Not sure why, but it has happened to me a few times too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiibroke View Post
    I changed my wireless security and forgot to update the Wii. When I tried to download a cover it crashed. Once I updated the wireless settings again, everything started working.
    I think this person meant "update the wireless settings" in the wii, not "update the wii" as in a system update.

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