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    "Exception ISI Occured" what does it mean?

    I get a black screen saying Exception ISI occurred when i use CFG-USBLoader.

    Sometimes I get can play without any problem, and sometimes I get this black screen.

    Anyone know what that sentence mean? Or why it occurs sometime, and sometimes not?

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    It's exception DSI occured, not ISI. It just means the program crashed. Why does it happen? For the same reason normal computer programs crash. Something goes wrong and things crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliepo View Post
    It's exception DSI occured, not ISI. It just means the program crashed. Why does it happen? For the same reason normal computer programs crash. Something goes wrong and things crash.
    Actually, there are both (ISI) and (DSI) errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricecorn View Post
    I get a black screen saying Exception ISI occurred when i use CFG-USBLoader.

    Sometimes I get can play without any problem, and sometimes I get this black screen.

    Anyone know what that sentence mean? Or why it occurs sometime, and sometimes not?
    I´m also NOOB here but I have had this same problem since I modded Wii and installed cfg usb loader. The last week usb loader didn't start correctly and it was only showing that black screen with exception (ISI) and blah blah. I checked once again if my iOmega 1TB USB 3.0 drive was listed as compatible and man, it was not.

    So, after searching for web I Found that most probably this occurs becaus of the new drives virtual cd which could not removed by using the GUI FAT32 tool which was installed by the modmii. So, I searched the web and iOmega proudly provides a encryption or whatever tool which can be used for removing the (otherwise) hidden virtual cd partition. I used it, reformatted the USB drive as FAT32 and synced my disc backups from the pc (Wii backup manager) and see, now everything works as it was supposed. No (ISI) -stuff since few moments

    There is no need for remodding the wii which I also made because i thought that something was broken in the wii. So, no special guideline to follow.
    1. Just check your USB drives compatibility (there are few lists...) and
    2. if it is not listed try to figure out if there is virtual cd partition
    3. if yes, check the manufacturer (or 3´rd party) web site if there´s tool for removing it
    4. remove it, reformat (quick) as FAT32
    5. Use the Wii backup manager
    6. Plug & Play

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