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    total total newb question

    ok so i'm reading and reading trying to find a way to make rockband and the beatles rockband's instruments to work with neogamma with a usb external hard drive. here's the problem, i don't even understand the explanations as to how to do this. everybody's saying load (insert random letters and numbers here) and then the (such and such) fix. WHAT?! i'm old guys. i don't know what any of you are talking about. at this point i just want to get the instruments to work before the wife does terrible things to me...ha ha ha ha. help me please.

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    I believe you are referring to IOSs. IOSs are basically Wii system files. If you need a greater understadning of IOSs and cIOSs, read this; http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...explained.html

    Anyway, once you read what they are, you still need to install them. There are two ways to install them;

    1) .wad files. Use the wad manager application in homebrew channel to install these files, self explanitory once you try it.

    2) Use the appplication DOP-IOS Mod; Downloads - dop-iosmod - Project Hosting on Google Code
    This will have all the IOSs and you'll be able to install them through wi-fi.
    Please remember to thank if I have helped you in any way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whytheend View Post
    I believe you are referring to IOSs. IOSs are basically Wii system files. If you need a greater understadning of IOSs and cIOSs, read this; http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...explained.html

    Anyway, once you read what they are, you still need to install them. There are two ways to install them;

    1) .wad files. Use the wad manager application in homebrew channel to install these files, self explanitory once you try it.

    2) Use the appplication DOP-IOS Mod; Downloads - dop-iosmod - Project Hosting on Google Code
    This will have all the IOSs and you'll be able to install them through wi-fi.
    thanks. i think you put me on the right track. i really appreciate it.

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