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    Default Silent hill: Shattered memories [NTSC-U]

    Hi guys,

    I've been downloading for the past few days 3 or 4 iso/wbfs of Silent hill: Shattered memories for the wii. I'm trying to play it on my softmodded Wii.

    Each time I upload one to my USB stick, it's not working. From the 2 that at least boot, one of em crashes at the CLIMAX screen at the beginning (Just after the Konami screen) and the other crashes when the name of the game appears (ice forms at that moment). I can still here the music but the game freezes. What's weird is some kind of error window flashes on the screen each ten seconds but it flashes so fast it's barely readable. It says: Please insert the Silent hill: Shattered memories disc. What I don't understand is that all my other games play flawlessly but this one won't boot. I'm using USB loader gx v3.0 on a softmodded Wii.

    Can someone help me find a working Iso/wbfs/rom? What is supposed to be the exact size of that game?

    Thanks in advance,
    Zirgud.

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    Oh, this thread is in the wrong subforum, I'm moving it.

    As for your issue. USBloader GX should have a bunch of settings available, perhaps some default isn't right for you. You can force the video mode to NTSC and such, something like that might help.
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    I would suggest your flash stick could be the main issue. 95% of the time loading issues that are inconsistent have to do with it being a flash drive.

    Try it on an external hard drive instead.

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    First try to format the flash drive and make it bootable again.

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