Originally Posted by Tealc
As many of you know, or have experienced first hand, a Black Screen on game start-up is something which we all see from time to time. We are always unsure which IOS our game uses and sometimes install all the ones we can find, hoping that we find the right one.
Each game uses one IOS when it loads and this thread is designed to detail a game and show which IOS it uses, the version it uses and also the System Menu update the disc carries. So when you have a black screen you can check
Originally Posted by WiiJohn
Installing Priiloader is one of the best ways to prevent bricks, either from disc updates or from out of region games.
The information for most of this guide is taken from several of Dogeggs excellent guides.
When you have updated to 4.1or 4.2 and have checked at Wii icon bottom left of screen, Wii settings that you actually are, you can install the latest Priiloader.
You should also have HBC 1.0.6 latest version, BootMii.org
If you have preloader
Most answers can be found by looking here.
Read First Before Submitting Tutorials
Connecting to WiiHacks iRC with mIRC
Connecting to WiiHacks iRC with ChatZilla
Wii cIOS Explained
Complete List of IOS and Their Functions
Media: DVD-R for backups Not DVD+R
Originally Posted by Stomp_442
As it was last month, Nintendo DS was the big winner on the hardware side, moving in excess of 700,000 units with the help of the new DSi XL model -- the first time in nine months the platform has met achieved those total sales.
Retail console unit sales for March 2010 are as follows:1. Nintendo DS: 700,800
2. Wii: 557,500
3. Xbox 360: 338,400
4. PlayStation 3: 313,900
5. PSP: 119,900
6. PlayStation 2: 118,300
Sony took top software
Originally Posted by Dogeggs
Usenet aka Newsgroups is as old as the internet and the best way to get all your games/movies/mp3s bar none. You will find just about every Wii iso/VC/Wiiware ever released. You will have to pay for an account, but you will find it worth every penny of around $10 a month and if you use SSL not even your isp will know what you are downloading! There are hundreds of providers and shopping around for the best deal is a must.
Things to look for include: Retention - this is how long files are