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    Twilight Patch upgrade to 4.0

    I had ISO loader working on 3.2, upgraded to 4.0 hoping to use a 8gig sd, which turned out to be incompatible. Few questions.

    1) Any way to downgrade back, since I already have twilight.

    2) What's the latest Cios, I found one that said 3.7, but everything I've seen on the forum is 3.6, usually rev 6 to 9. I ordered a new drive enclosure (made sure it was compatible first) and have it ready to hook up.

    3) I want to be able to play videos also, any way to put videos on the same partition that you have to use for iso loader?

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    1 - you can downgrade back with AnyRegionChanger or cIOS Downgrader 1.2

    2- its not 3.6 or 3.7, it is cIOS36 aka IOS249, where someone has taken IOS36 and patched it making a new IOS out of it (IOS249) the c stands for custom. cIOS36 r9 or r10 is the one that you want though both are buggy, i'd use r9 and then hopefully r11 when it comes out will be more stable.

    3- no don't think you can....


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    thanks, I got v9 and got media player working off a 8gig memory key, working on getting power cables and all run in cabinet for the external drive and then I'll try iso loader again. Any suggestions on a media player that will read from usb and has a fast forward feature. All my files are avi's. I downloaded one off homebrew browser, plays fine, just no fast forward that I can figure out. Or would I be better streaming off a computer, it would be over wireless though, so not sure about that.

    If I did a format, would I loose my twilight hack, or is that a different data partition? Where are all the files stored when you do these cios upgrades, does the wii have a temp folder? Is there some kind of cleanup or house keeping app I can run?

    Thanks for your help.

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    I use Mpayer agent x mod, it has a fast forward but its not that fast really...but usable Don't know what you lose when you format? The cios overwrite themselves when you add a new one so there are no junk files that need removing on your wii.

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