As far as I know it should generate it's own config file if there is not one there. Is your sd card locked? That would prevent neogamma from being able to create one and cause you to get that message.
Edit: It's no good still says "Initializing SD card... Couldn't open the NeoGamma config file." I'm going to back up and format the SD card and try again.
I formatted it the SD card and replaced everything I had back on and it's a no go.. at this point I'm going to chuck it as a loss unless Skellinator you or anyone else has any ideas.
Solution: Well shortly after giving up I had this moment of clarity and decided to mess around with the general options tab in NeoGamma and sure enough one said save config, I changed the value to yes and voila there it was, a neogamma.cfg file inside the NeoGamma folder on the root of the SD card. The IOS switcher worked like a charm after that.
@ Stomp_442 maybe you can let PabloACZ know about that little bug and he could make a fix for it so that the NG IOS Switcher could generate one like Skellinator said it should.
Well, that's not actually a bug. The application relies on the fact that you already have the NeoGamma.cfg file present in SD:\NeoGamma, which has to be created by NeoGamma itself.
I'm not a "savvy" coder, so I can't really promise that feature will be included in the app, but I'll look into it.
P.S.: I'm sorry if I bumped the thread, just wanted to make that clear.
No need to be sorry pablo. Thanks for the infoQuote:
Originally Posted by PabloACZ
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Hmm, I would like to switch to IOS 224 :P that's where my Black Ops Fix is :/ New uploads coming soon? (I HOPE)
Just an FYI. Playing Black Ops backup from disc will destroy your dvd drive.
Better to play from HDD through a USB loader.
Completely your choice of course, just thought I'd let you know.
Oh is this why my wii is making such a loud scratching noise?? Ok.. Better pull out that terrabyte drive... Wait, do I have to format it? Or can I keep the files on it, and throw on some ISO's on to it?
guides you can use if you so wish. You will need to create a WBFS folder
on your drive, and use a game manager like "Wii Backup Mananger" to transfer
your games from your PC to your HDD. Or rip your games to the HDD with the
USB loader of your choice.
As for your EDIT query, I'm a Mod, and I know everything lol.
Just kidding, I know because of your post here-->http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tml#post605585