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    Monster Hunter 3 troubles

    Hi everyone I recently softmodded my wii. I used a video from, the guys name is Drmodz. It was 8 short videos with the files needed included and I was done. Quick, painless and easy. Given that I still am not sure what I did but it all works. I have tested it out using backups of the New Super Marios Bros., PunchOut, Tatsunoko vs Capcom games. They all work just fine. But when I try to use Monster Hunter 3 with the english patch version things don't work quite right.

    I can load it in neogamma r7 like all my other games but the intro video kinda skips, and all menus are easy to navigate but once I try to start the single player game the screen go's black and makes some noise. I have to do a hard reset/shutdown of my wii. The Monster Hunter 3 iso came from a torrent with these instructions:

    To Play this on an NTSC wii you must first install cios 222/223 merged with 37 & 38

    So copy the folders to your SD card, first open cios222 installer in HBC and choose
    to install with 249. install 222 first with the option of 36 and 38. Do the same with
    223 after you return to the HBC.

    You are now ready to play. If you are using a portable hard drive copy uloader onto
    your sd card in the /apps folder if you do not already have it. Personally I use
    USBloader GX.

    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-IMPORTANT PLEASE READ-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

    If you do not use Uloader you will not be able to change your name. It will freeze then
    and there. What I did was start my game with Uloader, saved afterwards and it works fine
    with USBloader GX

    If you are burning this to a disk you will have to do a google search for how to get past
    this issue.

    Thankyou for reading this, and thankyou for Seeding.

    I use disks since I don't have a external HDD yet. And I don't know how to install Cios222/223 but gonna keep looking and mess around with it some. Can anyone help me get this game to work please? To me it is the best reason to own a Wii.

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    Normally if you have softmodded then you should have installed IOS222 in the process.

    As for Monster Hunter Tri. I had probs with so im waiting for the general PAL release on the 30th April. NOT LONG NOW!
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    Dang man, same here, i got a different directions tho...

    Monster Hunter Tri, known in Japan as Monster Hunter 3 (tri-), is the third console installment in the Monster Hunter franchise, developed by Capcom and released for the Wii in Japan on August 1, 2009. Monster Hunter Tri was released on April 20, 2010 in North America, Europe, and Australia. The game was originally planned to be a PlayStation 3 title, but due to high development costs for that console Capcom instead decided to develop it for the Wii.[4] Prior to its debut, a demo of Monster Hunter Tri was included with Japanese copies of Monster Hunter G. A special bundle was also released on August 1 featuring the game packaged with a black Wii console and a Classic Controller Pro. On August 3, 2009, Capcom issued a press release confirming the game would be localized for North American and European markets.[5] On February 24, 2010, Capcom announced that online play would be provided free of charge.[6] Separate servers will be used for America and Europe. Wii Speak is supported, making this the first game in the franchise to include native VoIP capability.[7] The localized version for North America has been delayed until Capcom's second fiscal quarter, with the North American release date set at April 20, 2010 and the Australian release date set at April 29, 2010.

    And then peopel complaned, trolled, etc. and this poped up from a guy,

    PIRATE!! at 2010-06-13 20:47 CET:
    I've burnt it twice, used 2 different discs; 1 Verbatim DVD-R and the other is unknown. Both have the same problem, at first, the intro is kinda choppy. When I chose "Begin The Game", a black screen appears and a long sound "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII". Do you have any idea what's the problem? PLEASE, HELP ME. I downloaded this for 3 DAYS and 9 HOURS(Jeez. I know we have a slow connection)! When it finished downloading, I was so excited to play the game. But that black screen and noise always happen. BUT, when I choose "Arena Play" or "Gallery", the black screen and noise doesn't happen. This is my 2nd downloaded Wii game, the first game was a succes. What could be the problem in this game? P.M me link removed

    then a solution...

    If you use Neogamma... install the Rev19 and it will work perfectly... I spent hours trying to find a way not to use those USB loader...I wanted to keep using Neogamma

    The black screen and beeeeeeep will not be a problem anymore

    Use this link


    I did everything, got Rev 19, and it still ahs the beep crap...
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 10-09-2010 at 09:48 PM.

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    Edit: and I just noticed the pirate link.... bad....

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    Last edited by Krafter; 10-09-2010 at 09:50 PM.


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