But check out these pages for games (http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php?title=USB_Loader_v1.x_Game_Compatibility) and USB hard drive (http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php?title=USB_Devices_Compatibility_List) compatibility. Resolve This is a normal condition. Select it, and select "Install WAD". We'll also be using WBFS Manager.
Just like using the regular format tool this is serious business. chadanthony07 said this on November 1, 2010 at 4:03 PM | Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Just update the IOSes in DOP IOS that say the Shop Channel uses them. @bob - As I said at the bottom of the guide, cIOS can be finicky to install. Reply 0 Joost Guest December 8, 2011 7:02 am I have a black WII with version 4.1 on it now.
Rawr said this on January 30, 2010 at 12:00 PM | Reply From what I can tell, you'll be able to play backup DVD-Rs with other homebrew, such as Neogamma, as Using the latest version of cIOS (http://filetrip.net/f23351-cIOS-Installer-Xr21.html)is fine. If it gets part way through the install, but fails, try using AnyTitle Deleter to remove IOS249.
Thanks! Everytime i get toe the select IOS Version screen my WII remote turns off and i cant get it to connect to i can press A to download. Comments? On the next screen select "Wii SD Slot" as the source device.
Am I screwed? Wbfs Manager 64 Bit rorik said this on March 4, 2010 at 8:46 PM | Reply No! reply quick thanks Reply 0 taffarelli @taffarelli January 1, 2014 2:03 am do exactly what this guy says , and it will work , even 4.2 in my case is working http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2010/04/how-to-back-up-and-play-your-wii-games-from-an-external-hard-drive/ I've since received a new console after sending that one in for a warranty repair ("Power/Video Issues") and have successfully softmodded the new console.
I figured from there that I probably needed to restore to that first backup so I tried to use miirestore and it said error or something if you are sure you WARNING: You should ONLY delete 249. Whatever you do, DO NOT delete any other IOSes, especially IOS70! Could I still go on the Shop Channel and buy these and play them normally or no?
I'm using this guide right now: http://lifehacker.com/5518518/how-to-back-...rnal-hard-drive It's the newest one I can find on the internet. Homepage ive been searching for a few days now, no luck :( Reply 0 Robert Guest December 8, 2011 5:59 am This is my 1st attempt at hacking my wii. Wiiflow Set the options here as follows: Install IOS to slot: 36 Patch hash check (trucha): yes Patch ES_Identify: yes Patch nand permissions: no Now, install the patched IOS. Wad Manager Any idea what could be wrong?
Thanks! Last year we shared two guides with you that other people had written — the original and a revision — on how to back up and play your Wii games from Step 7 concerning WiiWare - does this have to be done? Then, using WAD Manager 1.5, install the WAD and move the channel it creates to the SD card.
END OF GUIDENOTE: Included in the Suite of software I've torrented is another program not used in the guide, called AnyTitle Deleter. and im putting it on my external harddrive using wbfs manager. The Trucha Bug is just a code vulnerability that existed on early versions of the Wii operating system (referred to in Wii-hacking documentation as IOS). Yes, the risk is always there and you should proceed with appropriate caution and respect for the process.
The first one should have a green arrow pointing from a microchip to an SD card. This saves the hassle of labeling the discs, possibly scratching them, and you don't have to worry about bad burns. I've just completed step five, but i too had this message: >>Title downloaded successfully!, [+] Adding contents, please wait… >>content #21 #22 #23 added successfully!
Lifehacker's Static Podcast: Should You Buy The iPhone 7? Did it run? Doing this will allow cIOS38_rev14 install to IOS249.Click to expand... pease help merced667 said this on June 2, 2010 at 6:55 PM | Reply Did you use Bannerbomb to install the homebrew channel?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. This should read IOS v70, Systemmenu v481. Will it mess the homebrew set up if i update the wii? If your system is a Virgin (i.e.
Wii = Ver. 4.2E Reply 0 jamesmk @jamesmk April 23, 2010 2:48 pm I got the same thing Josh. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Hope that helps anyone else who is following this guide. I'm sorry if this seems confusing, but that's what it says and I'm at a loss.
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