What you told me to do Snes_master worked great however the cutscene still did not start when I walked in room. Even when I use Dolphin(which I dont't like using with Wind Waker cause my comp needs upgraded) I am starting to think that I need to start all over again. When I noticed the issue I should have kept from saving. UGH FML
Sorry to hear that :(
But Wind Waker is a great game anyway so at least you'll be able to enjoy it :)
Once i had a problem with audio/video stuttering and it was because of wrong sector size.
Originally Posted by ShakaFlocka
*I noticed now that you found it. Replied before reading the rest of the thread :p.
Hey guys, I installed Dios Mios 2.9 and I'm running the latest version of LoaderGX and for the most part everything's working. Legend of Zelda TP, Super Smash Brothers, and a bunch of other games loaded fine, however whenever I load Metal Gear Solid twin Snakes or Metroid Prime I get the Dios Mios loading screen, then it all goes black. Also when I load Metroid Prime 2, It loads and seems to run fine but the bottom 10 percent of the screen or so gets continual green lines, almost like static going through it.
Anyone have any solutions to try with this? I've checked the compatibility lists and they should work. My research has only found people saying to update your Dios Mios and launcher if you get a black screen, but that's not fixed it.
Try forcing the games to load in the same region as the system is. Even if your system and games are of the same region this sometimes fixes issues like that. My Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2 had reversed colors and a very slow frame rate till I forced it to run as NTSC (despite that both my system and the game disc were already NTSC).
Tried that.. and it didn't work but it made me think to mess with other settings there. I forgot I'd changed a couple of the default settings, by switching the DML Force Progressive off for the game everything loaded fine, so problems solved.
Originally Posted by SNES_Master
That makes sense. Not all games support progressive scan, so those that do should work fine, and those that don't will have scanning issues.
Hey! I've actually used DiOS MiOS in the past to play Smash Bros. Melee without any problems, but lately I've been getting a green screen after the splash screen. I've read that it might have something to do with switching video modes, but I've tried every combination of video options in my loaders (both WiiFlow and USB Loader GX). I can't seem to fix the issue..
Hey man, i got a couple of questions and i still am new to the WII softmoding scene, anyways, i followed the FAT32 guide on someones Sig, for my GC and WII games (it was last formatted to WBFS which i was told to remove) anyways i was reading through the instructions and what confuses me is the IOS parts,
What is mIOS? and why does it prevent me from playing my retail gamecube games which i plan to backup?
2nd question is you install with wad manager 1.7 and then there are those 3 options, d2x v8 base 56, or IOS236 base 36. What are they?
3rd question, a couple of my WII games on the computer are WBFS format, do i have to make them ISO to work with FAT32 32kb cluster or can i keep them as WBFS (the program i use wii backup manager allows me to convert wbfs to iso if i have to)
last question in the folder called games, should i make a folder for both GC and WII or just have the games folder only and have both sets of games in there?
IOS stands for input output system (I think) and it's what your wii uses to do it's stuff. mIOS is just what it uses when it plays gamecube games. Dios Mios is an IOS that will replace your wii's mIOS so it might not work the way you want it to (you not being able to play retail games, even though this problem has been fixed a long time ago according to DM's changelog).
You shouold install with IOS236 base 36. They are IOS that you should have installed. IOS236 and d2x v8 are custom IOS or cIOS that you use to overwrite the Wii's original IOS. and the base is the IOS that the custom IOS is based on or modded on. So IOS 236 base 36 is a custom IOS which is a form of your Wii's original IOS 36. (Your wii has 256 IOS I think. Many of them are blank especially the ones beyond IOS number 200, which is why our custom IOS take up those slots)
The games folder is only for you to put your gamecube games after they have been properly formatted.
You can keep your games in WBFS format, however, if the wbfs file is larger than 4GB like Brawl or Metroid Prime 3, then it will need to be split into 4GB parts. I always convert my isos to wbfs because they are smaller so I can fit more on my external HDD. The program I use for conversion from iso to wbfs automatically splits them into 4GB parts if necessary and puts them in the right folders (the wbfs\gamename folder). I am not sure if there is another way to store wbfs wii games on the HDD.
Hope I answered all your qusetions. I'm not too hardware savvy with the Wii, so you might have to ask someone better acquainted about the IOS stuff.