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    when i play mw3 it freezes randomly...usually when i play about 2 hours but i dont think it is a mw3 problem.i recently bought an hub because i bought wii lan adapter and i had a headset so 3 usb ports didnt exist...the hub is powered by the wii and not from external source so that is i believe the problem what could i do to make it not freezing.I would like not buying another hub as i cant spend much money!

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    Try it without the hub, headset, or wii lan adapter connected. And run the game from the original disc, because I assume you are using a USB drive for the game load from?

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    but i have changed the region of the iso as i live in usa and i have pal wii so i will not try it i think the hub is the problem because it not powered from another cable!if i go wireless the problem is that lags!
    Last edited by gogos1996; 12-19-2011 at 07:39 AM.

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    If you're USB loading there is no need to change the region of the ISO. Actually, there is no reason to be using an ISO. What file system type is the drive? Recommended is FAT32 (see the nice guide linked to in my sig). Try ripping the game directly through the USB loader.
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    I'm not sure what you want us to do then. You say you think the hub is the problem, and not MW3. So, I suggested that you disconnect all USB devices that you can: hub, lan adapter, and headset, ALL which are not necessary to play MW3 offline. You should do this in order to confirm that the USB devices are not over-drawing power which causes the Wii to crash.

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