How do I install ciso games?
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I got ROMs, USBloaders (ISO's) and WADS down....so how do I get ciso games installed?
I don't get what you mean by ciso games? I mean cIOS is a custom IOS that the Wii needs for homebrew and backup launchers to work.
This game is a .ciso file. It came in parts and I had to consolidate it into one ciso file. About all I know of this kind of file
Never heard of that kind of file, sorry I can't help you out. I know what an .ISO file is but not a .ciso file.
From the little bit of research i have done this extension is called a compact ISO and there are converters out there to change the .ciso to straight .iso. Also from what i have read is that ciso is connected to PSP games more than anything.
Last edited by s0ur; 12-08-2009 at 09:18 PM.
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I've searched around a bit and I've learned that ciso is a compressed iso - you can use it with an intelligent wbfs program (almost the same as you use for putting the ISO's on your usb drive, but one that'll accept cISO files.)
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Hope this helps you a bit,
That app is not in english so I'm not sure how to use it.
Edit: oddgriffin, the app you posted worked! Thanks man
Last edited by Chad711; 12-09-2009 at 09:43 AM.
Here try this: WBFS_Inteligent_Guiv6.rar from more research I have done, this seems to be the best solution. [and it's in english :P]
Not sure if it was the program I used or the ciso file, but the game wouldn't load. just a green screen
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Green screen indicates an out-of-region game. Change your loader settings to FORCE the video to your Wii's region.
Also, you can check the integrity of the file by using either WBFS Intelligent GUI or ncWBFSTool to install the ciso onto the USB drive and then extract back to your PC HDD as an ISO and then examine the ISO size,whatever shortcuts you use to checkout ISOs. Be aware that WBFS Intelligent GUI and ncWBFSTool are variants of the WBFS Manager program code and so they do not always recognize each other's WBFS files even now and will probably diverge even more over time. However, WBFS Mgr does not handle ciso or wbi files.
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