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    Who cares if it works for GX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Who cares if it works for GX.
    I care Krank

    I don't remember where I read this, but someone reported that after updating to GX 2.0 his old Crap created channels didn't work anymore.
    That would be me. I had no problems with the with GX through the GX forwarder, or homebrew, just problems creating forwarders for games using gx that is in the drop box on crap.

    I started w/ GX and am most familiar with it. I have Config., and wiiflow too, but have not yet figured how to create custom paths for files like I can easily do on GX(covers and ocarina stay with the HD). It just seems easier for the kids to use too.

    Anyway that project got put on the back burner while I finished the wbfs to fat transition, and prepared for the "Broken Wii" that was on it's way from an ebay purchase.

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    Lol, just messing around. If you need help let me know, I will try a few with GX if you still can't get it working and send them to you to test.
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    I know Krank, and thank you for the offer. I'm trying to figure how to make it happen by editing crap's cfg file,but just cant piece it together. I don't know, just tinkering trying to learn more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    If you use Cfg you won't have that issue. It reads the Cfg config and will load all the games with whatever cIOS they are set to load with. I will check and see if you can specify the IOS and edit this post.

    Edit: You can try this, when making the wad in the "Extra Parameters" box add this...

    ios=224-mload
    OK, I have CFG installed and am able to play Black Ops via Homebrew\cfg. I've set the game settings to 002 error Yes and IOS224. I created the channel using Loadstructor.exe and choose CONFIG USB Loader Forwarder from the drop-down. I installed it using MMM under IOS249. Now, when it attempts to load using the Black Ops channel I created, upon loading, it says that it's looking in the directory Apps\usb-loader_cfg\boot.dol. However, the CFG app is installed in the Apps\USBloader directory. So before posting, I decided to copy the boot.dol from the USBloader folder and create a new folder called usb-loader_cfg. When I selected the channel, the error no longer appears, but it doesn't load. Also, when creating the WAD, I don't see a section called Extra Parameters. Therefore, I haven't tried entering ios=224-mload. Thank you in advanced.

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    Update your forwarder channel, install this channel with MMM USBLoaderCFG - UCXF - IOS58 v6.wad

    After you've done that remake your COD channel making sure you follow the guide exactly. You don't need any extra parameters. It's as simple as choosing the game then selecting the forwarder then setting the partition to FAT1 (if using a FAT32 HDD). Install the new channel with MMM. Try again.
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    Can someone help me? I having problems with my game channels. its been a while since i used my wii about a year and a half. So i've been updating all the homebrew stuff, but my problem is that when i use my channels that i made the screen stays black. Im using USBloader gx. The games work perfectly fine from the HBC and from the forwarder. Im playing them from my seagate hdd with a partition formatted by WBSF manager 3. I've updated USbloader gx and the forwarder to the most recent updates, but then i found in some earlier post that Craps doesn't work with usbloarder gx v2. I've only tried it on Rune Factory and Trauma Center new blood, I'd try my other games,but they are at my cousin's house. I'm not sure if its just my games or if craps or usbloarder gx is not working properly.

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    Crap doesn't work with v2.0. I suggest you give Configurable USB Loader a shot, even if you don't end up making more channels.
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    Omg Krank you are Genius everything work for me aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

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    I got as far as moving the .wad to the wad folder on the root of sd, but when I load HBC I don't have the wad manager. I recently updated my soft mod from Maui's guide. Could this have something to do with it? I downloaded Wad manager v1.7, and put it in apps/wad manager on th sd card. How do I get HBC to load it?

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