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    Totally missed those cIOS's! Sorry

    I updated cIOS 222, 223, 224, 249 and 250 - bringing 249 to rev 20.

    New SysCheck Log



    Booting directly (priiloader) to boot.dol on USB:\apps\usbloader_gx\boot.dol, still dont work - and loading the same .dol from systemmenu, gives same result (wii rebooting). I have tried using the forwarder with AHBPROT enabled, with same result. I also tried to load the 2.0 channel from priiloader, resulting in a black screen.

    The only problem i have, is starting the boot.dol for GX from my USB 2.0 HDD, FAT32 formatted (500 GB, WD).. Annoying Any other suggestions?

    Most of my problems are solved, so thanks so far..

    EDIT: Just saw your post richardsito - thx for joining us. cIOS 249 was rev 17, but now i updated it to rev20, to support fat32, but no luck. Also, i did not change any slots, should i? I saw that as being optional, if you want to install it different places. But i guess thats needed if you want to have 2 cIOS's installed, that usually overwrites each other..? I have posted the updated syscheck log, in order to make it easier for you guys (thanks!)..

    EDIT2: Loading GX from SD, via the sysmenu, gives me a crash screen now - that didnt happen before.. I downgraded 220 to rev 17 (from rev 20), that fixed that issue.. But still no USB loading of GX.
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    The step to change the base is not optional

    Btw, did you followed krank and cile's guide to format to fat32?

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    I followed their guide to format to fat32, yes

    Okay, so changing the base is not optional. I will change the bases so that two files will not be installed into the same slot. You say "base" - but i assume you mean slot.

    WADs i intend to install


    If i install the above cIOS's, and change the slot they use, so that they do not everwrite each other, i should be good to go, with FAT32 support?
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    Yeah sorry i meant slot.

    You should be ready for fat32 loading

    If still doesnt work try with another usb loader to see if the problem persists

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    In the guide, you state the following:

    Be sure to remember which rev you maxed out into which slot.Write it down because there isn't an app that will tell you,some loader have it buts its not perfect.
    Is that correct? Dont we have SysCheck to do that now?

    This is an image from showmiiwad that tells what im about to install:

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    Syscheck only shows the ios and the rev/version not the base

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    I does not show the base, no, but it shows the slot, doesnt it..? The IOS is given a number, and that IOS can then be moved from Slot A (typically the same slot number as the IOS number), to slot B - and then we will see the value of Slot B in a syscheck report? I selected slot 230 - 233 for my wads? Also, I wish you could tell syscheck to check all ios's, above a certain number (200 fx)

    New syscheck report, after installation of wads into custom slots



    Testing GX now..

    EDIT: Still doesnt work.. USB Loader shows the boot-screen, with the logo and stuff, but then it quits to system menu.. Priiloader is configured to autoboot GX, and return to GX, so that results in a loop, where i see the GX logo come and go in an infinite loop, and my HDD is making a small sound everytime.. It does not start to init anyting (as normal, when it says initialising SD, USB, loading cIOS XXX, loaded cIOS xxx, etc)..

    If still doesnt work try with another usb loader to see if the problem persists
    Will try that.. To remove all GX related stuff on the HDD, and load in a fresh copy does not help..

    EDIT2: IOS58 is rev 6175 with "No Patches". I saw another guy on WH, that had his IOS58 at rev 6176 - would it help if i updated mine to rev 6176 aswell? The thread is found here - http://www.wiihacks.com/general-home...ive-seems.html

    EDIT3: Configurable USB Loader tells me that "Error: Couldnt open File! Press any key to reboot Wii" - when loaded from FAT32 HDD, using a forwarder and dol found in this thread (i did rename the file to boot.dol, replacing the original)...

    Are we at the point where i should try to format the HDD over again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinA View Post
    I does not show the base, no, but it shows the slot, doesnt it..? The IOS is given a number, and that IOS can then be moved from Slot A (typically the same slot number as the IOS number), to slot B - and then we will see the value of Slot B in a syscheck report? I selected slot 230 - 233 for my wads? Also, I wish you could tell syscheck to check all ios's, above a certain number (200 fx)

    New syscheck report, after installation of wads into custom slots



    Testing GX now..

    EDIT: Still doesnt work.. USB Loader shows the boot-screen, with the logo and stuff, but then it quits to system menu.. Priiloader is configured to autoboot GX, and return to GX, so that results in a loop, where i see the GX logo come and go in an infinite loop, and my HDD is making a small sound everytime.. It does not start to init anyting (as normal, when it says initialising SD, USB, loading cIOS XXX, loaded cIOS xxx, etc)..

    Will try that.. To remove all GX related stuff on the HDD, and load in a fresh copy does not help..

    EDIT2: IOS58 is rev 6175 with "No Patches". I saw another guy on WH, that had his IOS58 at rev 6176 - would it help if i updated mine to rev 6176 aswell? The thread is found here - http://www.wiihacks.com/general-home...ive-seems.html

    EDIT3: Configurable USB Loader tells me that "Error: Couldnt open File! Press any key to reboot Wii" - when loaded from FAT32 HDD, using a forwarder and dol found in this thread (i did rename the file to boot.dol, replacing the original)...

    Are we at the point where i should try to format the HDD over again?


    I kept having the same problem I reloaded http://www.wiihacks.com/homebrew-app...installer.html and then used this forwarder. USBLoader(s)-ahbprot58-SD-USB-v8-IDCL.zip
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    Hello, and thanks for the input

    By "reloaded" you mean installed, right? And what version are your IOS58? You can see my rev in this thread. I am quite sure i tried that forwarder, but will give it a shot Thx!
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    Update - that did not work It just reboots the Wii instead of starting the file USB:\apps\usbloader_gx\boot.dol....Will try with a usb stick instead.. Same formatting, etc.. Can anyone shead some light on weather or not i would gain an advantage from updating IOS58 to one rev higher (76 instead of 75)?
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