I softmodded my Wii last night following mauifrogs guide and it all went perfectly. I used the WIIMC and it was fine. Today however everytime I try to use it it either freezes or goes to the black screen with white writing -yes I'm a complete novice!- - and freezes there.
I was going to just re-install it but the mauifrog tutorial seems to have changed overnight and I'm not sure which parts are relevant now...
Is there a newer version of WIIMC I should have - mine is Version 1.2.0 Coder Tantric, Rodries...
Thanks in advance!
That is the newest version, are you using a forwarder or runnin via hbc?
Running via hbc, cant understand what has happened between it working last night and now!
I have re-installed the app pack and tried again but it is still crashing, the error message is - exception (DSI) occurred -
Is there a setting in priiloader that can help?
I'm stuck here...
Have you tryed removing disc and trying youtube an so on?
I was also getting the error message I located it just to the forwarder I was using.
WiiMC - Mii Too
I have the same problem with WiiMC . I haven't used it since Christmas last year ( I mostly was using it to stream Christmas tunes etc.) I had uninstalled it back then for one reason or another...so I have the latest version (downloaded through Homebrew Browser last night).
It' doesn't seem to matter if I run it through HBC or as a channel, SD in or out, it will blow up (stack dump) on average 1 out of 3 tries. Usually occurs when I'm trying to load a video stream - but occasionally I have just moused over to "Up On Level" and it's dumped. So far has not happened on audio only streams.
btw... I would use WiiRadio, but it doesn't pick up anywhere near as many streams, and the browser app seems a bit slow in comparison to WiiMC.
You are a victim of the Homebrew channel network init bug.
You need to edit the WiiMC Meta.xml file.
Open the Meta.xml file with notepad, and remove the <no ios reload>
line, and then save it. You should be good after that.
Just delete the statement: "<no_ios_reload/>"?
Still getting stack dumps...