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    I need a clean start

    I tried getting ISO support and playing DVDs and movies from a USB storage device but everything failed and I don't know what went wrong. Is there a way to everything and do it all from the beginning? I don't think removing HBC is necessary but any cIOS and apps.

    I tried running AnyTitle Deleter but it gives errors on everything, from startup to trying to delete cIOS254.

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    DO NOT DELETE ANYTHING!!!
    just reinstall anything you need, there is nothing that is making this stuff not work, its what is not there what exactly are you trying to do? if you want to play movies, just use an sd card and mplayerce

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    like vash said do not delete anything. no offence from the sound u dont know what ur doing and starting to delete stuff is not a good idea you will end up screwing up ur wii if u just start deleteing stuff, lets start with this what version wii do u have? what is the first 4 of ur serial #, do u already have hbc and ur just trying to get usb loader/back uplauncher/ movies etc to work?

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    I got HBC and no, I'm not 100% sure what I'm doing but some tutorial said it was fine to delete IOSs with 3 digit-suffix.

    First 4 digits are: 2460.
    I'm running 4.0E and HBC says I'm running IOS61 if that helps.

    For some reason playing movies off a USB device works now. Could someone help me getting ISO support off USB(or DVD)? I know there are tons of tutorials but somehow I still fail.
    Last edited by rizzon; 07-10-2009 at 06:51 PM.

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    ISO support isnt going to happen off USB, or DVD for that matter. You burn ISOs. If you're wanting to use USB you need to format the hard drive to WBFS using WBFS Manager 3.0 or a USB launcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossot View Post
    ISO support isnt going to happen off USB, or DVD for that matter. You burn ISOs. If you're wanting to use USB you need to format the hard drive to WBFS using WBFS Manager 3.0 or a USB launcher.
    I'm sorry but I'm not following you here. ISO support doesn't work with DVDs? Is there a typo somewhere?

    I have something called USB/SD Launcher however it gives me a "wrong IOS version"-error. I remember it gave me a different error before changing cIOS(to get USB support in the first place) but I can't remember what it was.
    Last edited by rizzon; 07-10-2009 at 07:00 PM.

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    What i meant was, if you're copying an ISO to a hard drive. Manually. That's not how it works.

    As for all your errors. sure. Really to lazy to see wtf you're on about and it's obvious you didnt use a guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossot View Post
    What i meant was, if you're copying an ISO to a hard drive. Manually. That's not how it works.

    As for all your errors. sure. Really to lazy to see wtf you're on about and it's obvious you didnt use a guide.
    I never said anything about copying an ISO to a hard drive and to keep the confusion down let's focus on ISO from DVDs only at the moment. I will keep reading tutorials.

    If you're too lazy to help why bother posting? And for others feeling the need to post unnecessary comments: Let's keep em to a minimum as they are neither helpful to me or any other person who might use this post for help in the future.

    I did use a guide, in fact I used several but they are not as easy to understand as they might seem for people who already know all the stuff.

    The guide I used for the USB loader was the following:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...sb-loader.html
    Last edited by rizzon; 07-10-2009 at 07:11 PM.

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