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    EA Sports Active 2

    The ISO works! But sadly, it was not to be. The game refuse to proceed further unless it detects the new equipments required (remote heart-beat sensor, and hand/thigh sensors).

    And that is that. I wonder when EA will release the hardware for sale on its own?

    there will be a time when demand for 2nd player shall rise, yes?

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    apparently there gonna use the heart beat sensor on the next silent hill / res evil game and the game gets scarier depending on your heartbeat so it will be well worth buying if they do use it

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    hej guys i think there is another problem with that usb sensor they talk about in the introduction when i played the iso game from wbfs harddisk that this usb reciver should be connected to the wii usb offcourse and here we have a serious problem coz i should take the harddisk usb out unless it accept to be connected to usb 2 on the wii (the one in the right side)
    hope i t works or i should invest in the original cd with pleasure
    bye

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    Neogamma

    I just bought a retail copy of EA Sports Active 2. Put it in the Wii and got a system update message. Nothing new, I just ignored it and proceeded to load using Neogamma. Game loaded fine, however I got a message that it could not detect the USB dongle that connects the heart rate monitor to the Wii.

    My specs:
    -Wii 4.3U
    -cIOS_r20
    -Neogamma 9

    I can run backup copies of GoldenEye and Call of Duty: Black Ops without any problems. Is it safe to autoupdate the Wii or is there some .wad file I can load? Please help.
    Last edited by musicman6981; 11-22-2010 at 05:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicman6981
    I just bought a retail copy of EA Sports Active 2. Put it in the Wii and got a system update message. Nothing new, I just ignored it and proceeded to load using Neogamma. Game loaded fine, however I got a message that it could not detect the USB dongle that connects the heart rate monitor to the Wii.

    My specs:
    -Wii 4.3U
    -cIOS_r20
    -Neogamma 9

    I can run backup copies of GoldenEye and Call of Duty: Black Ops without any problems. Is it safe to autoupdate the Wii or is there some .wad file I can load? Please help.
    Well my system er 4.3e and WE DON'T CARE it work for me with both wiiflow and usbloadder i mail u from work i will give u more spes. When i come home
    But my machine is also supplied with hard modding. Where u put ur usb sensor ?in the one we used to wbfs harddisk or the other
    Last edited by nightstah; 11-22-2010 at 10:57 PM. Reason: Struck the FAIL from this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhanad2000 View Post
    Well my system er 4.3e and WE DON'T CARE it work for me with both wiiflow and usbloadder i mail u from work i will give u more spes. When i come home
    But my machine is also supplied with hard modding. Where u put ur usb sensor ?in the one we used to wbfs harddisk or the other
    Hi !
    Im runnin 4.1E and have a WiiKey hardmodded sys, will it jam my setup if I do the sys-upd ?
    I have no probl runnin: Bond, epic Mickey. Donkey kong...
    But guess the sys upd are for the UsbKey and pulse monitors.
    Have anybody done the upd and got it workin?
    If so please share your setup

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    Us I did an update and my Neogammer stopped working

    I bought the retail version of this game and did an update the first time I played it, and my Neogammer stopped working. then I had to re-install my cios249 and Neogammer, after that, it asked me to do the same update again, so I installed priiloader to disable the dvd update, but my the arm sensor ( and the heart rate monitor ) does not work any more. If I run the game under Neogammer, same as above, it does not recognize my usb at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhanad2000 View Post
    Well my system er 4.3e and WE DON'T CARE it work for me with both wiiflow and usbloadder i mail u from work i will give u more spes. When i come home
    But my machine is also supplied with hard modding. Where u put ur usb sensor ?in the one we used to wbfs harddisk or the other
    Interesting, tried running on wiiflow and no matter what it won't recognise the USB, works fine under Neogamma - as you have hardmod I expect that is why yours is working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhanad2000 View Post
    hej guys i think there is another problem with that usb sensor they talk about in the introduction when i played the iso game from wbfs harddisk that this usb reciver should be connected to the wii usb offcourse and here we have a serious problem coz i should take the harddisk usb out unless it accept to be connected to usb 2 on the wii (the one in the right side)
    hope i t works or i should invest in the original cd with pleasure
    bye
    Worked fine on either usb port for me running from original disk, dongle needs to be inserted when the red light is on.

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