And the Generic Thread Title of the Day Winner is... (Really Black Ops)
Hi guys im trying ti get my head round it all but i cant sorry.
my wii is version 4.1e and soft mod
wad manager is 4.1
rev is 17
i can play mh tri
i want to play black ops, do i need wad manager 1.7
will this mess up mh tri ?
i know i need ios 250 for black ops. can i switch between 249 and 250 at will ? if so how do i do this i dont wantto install 250 to play black ops and then have to uninstall and reinstall 249 to play mh tri.
i have usb gx and usb cfg installed
please help !!!!
i would use wad manager get it from the kranks black ops guide. i might tinker with mh tri it dependes what iso and base your using for it. yes you can swap you iso before using each game and you can save the setting in gx and cfg. in gx when you click on the game click on settings you can change your iso in there. for cfg hover over the game you want and press 1 then scroll down to iso then change as you see fit then press 2 to save settings. krack give loads of help in his list problem games guide and cile gives a great guide on which iso to use and best set up
thanx maddog for reply,
im using ios 249 i think with base 37 or 38....
i know i can go into settings and select which ios to use before loading game,
so now i need to go ahead and install ios 250 and when playing mh tri just change it back to 249 in settings ? sounds easy enough !
but i am on rev 17 do i need to be 19 or 20 to play black ops? if so do i need to switch that back to 17 when playing mh tri ? if so how do i do that?
also i have wad manager 1.4 do i need 1.7 to install rev 19 or 20 ?
sorry these are the bits i dont get !!
i also want to play greenday rockband and the beatles but maybe i should research them first lol.........
Retired WiiHacks Staff
As said use Kranks Black Ops guide everthing is covered in ther ie what base configurations etc
Also look HERE
Last edited by narse1979; 11-25-2010 at 05:18 AM.
Yes, we have a guide on this (Black Ops) as we do for softmodding. Why don't you consult them rather than creating unnecessary threads.