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    cIOScorp 3.2

    it's been fixed...read all of the following readme!:

    It finally exists!

    We, da_letter_a & damysteryman, now present to you all:

    cIOSCORP v3.2!

    What is it?
    It's a software modification for your Nintendo Wii to allow you to
    play almost all of your backup burnt Wii and GameCube games via the
    disc channel without opening your console or having to use a loader
    application.

    What's in it:
    IOS09 -> IOS15 = IOS33 v2834 with rev14 DIP
    IOS17 = IOS33 v2834 with rev14 DIP
    IOS20 -> IOS22 = IOS33 v2834 with rev14 DIP
    IOS28 = IOS28 v1293 with rev14 DIP
    IOS30 = IOS33 v2834 with rev13b DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    IOS31 = IOS31 v3092 with rev14 DIP
    IOS33 = IOS33 v2834 with rev14 DIP
    IOS34 = IOS34 v3091 with rev14 DIP
    IOS35 = IOS35 v3092 with rev14 DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    IOS36 = IOS36 v3094 with rev13b DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    IOS37 = IOS37 v3612 with rev14 DIP
    IOS38 = cIOS249 rev13b with rev14 DIP
    IOS50 = IOS50 v4889 with rev13b DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    IOS53 = cIOS249 rev13b with rev14 DIP
    IOS55 = IOS55 v5149 with rev14 DIP
    IOS60 = IOS60 v6174 with rev13b DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    bc = bc v5 + Trucha Bug Restored
    cmios = mios v4 with GC Backup Launcher embedded but
    with mios v9's tmd, ticket, and banner info.

    How to install it:
    Unpack the contents of this .zip file to your SD card and run the
    "cIOSCORP v3.2 Installer" application via the Homebrew Channel,
    sit back, and wait a few minutes. That's it!

    If you want to load backup GameCube games aswell, then run the
    "cmios Installer" application via the Homebrew Channel, after
    installing cIOSCORP v3.2. If you already have a cmios and don't
    want to change it, then don't run "cmios Installer".

    IOSes 30, 35, 36, 50, and 60 now all have the ES_Identify Patch
    in them. This fixes preloader compatibility, and should allow the
    majority of homebrew applications to identify as SU (SuperUser).

    Comment from dmm:
    "We tried to make it as noob friendly as possible. Read README,
    copy it over, run it, done!"

    FAQ:
    Does it work with LU64+ or equivalent Wiis?
    -> YES! It is the ONLY full-on disc channel loading solution for
    LU64+ and equivalent Wiis!
    cIOSCORP v1 and v2 will BRICK LU64+ (or equivalent) WIIS!

    Do I have to uninstall anything before installing this?
    -> NO!!!
    NEVER UNINSTALL OR DELETE ANY SORT OF SYSTEM FILES!
    DO NOT UNINSTALL THE SYSTEMMENU!
    DO NOT UNINSTALL ANY IOS!
    DO NOT UNINSTALL THE BC!
    DO NOT UNINSTALL THE MIOS!
    DON'T EVEN TOUCH BOOT2! (let bootmii do that, if it can)
    OR ELSE YOU WILL KILL YOUR WII!
    Just make a NAND backup if you can, then run the installer.
    THAT'S IT!

    Can I switch off or unplug the Wii during installation?
    Is there any way to cancel the installation during the install
    process?
    -> NO!!!
    DOING SO WILL KILL YOUR WII!
    Once you press "Load" in the Homebrew Channel, or load the
    "cIOSCORP v3.2 Installer" application, you can't stop the
    installation.

    Does preloader and the System Menu spaz out with a
    "System Files are corrupted" message when installed on a 3.xx Wii?
    -> Not anymore!

    My discs don't show up in the System Menu! What do I do?
    -> Try to experiment with enabling and disabling preloader hacks,
    especially if the hack's name has the words "region", "game"
    and/or "disc" in it, or maybe change your Wii's region setting.

    How do I play Import games?
    If you have preloader installed, use the "region free wii games"
    hack. If you don't, you'll have to download and use the
    application "Gecko OS", and load the game through that.
    If you get a blackscreen when loading an import, load it
    through Gecko OS and force the correct video mode.

    Does Ghostbusters work?
    -> Yes, but it seems to only work on some Wiis and not others (some
    get blackscreen). This seems to be a problem with the Wii's
    settings (like preloader hacks, video mode, region, etc), and
    seems unrelated to IOS.

    Ghostbusters gives a black screen! What do I do?
    -> Try to experiment with enabling and disabling preloader hacks,
    especially if the hack's name has the words "region", "game"
    and/or "disc". Maybe even try changing your Wii's video mode from
    NTSC to PAL, and vice versa. Make sure the iso you're using hasn't
    had a patch video mode, or been patched to use an IOS other than
    IOS53, or been patched at all. Make sure it's not a bad dump, etc.
    The video Mode on the scene release seems to be stuffed up.
    Maybe treat it as an import game, load it through Gecko OS,
    forcing the video setting to whatever your Wii's isnt.
    If It still gives a black screen, then I don't know what to do.
    Maybe there's a setting you missed and didn't change.

    Ghostbusters freezes at the Wrist Strap Health & Safety Screen!
    What do I do?
    -> According to WiiPower, this seems to be a problem with the Scene
    Release, which could be a bad dump. There is a "disc eject trick"
    that I found on gbatemp (can't remember who posted it, though.
    @Whoever discovered this, credits to you.) I have reworded it into
    steps:

    Start at the wii menu

    1. Make sure the nunchuk is connected before starting
    2. Insert disc
    3. Banner should load up in disc channel
    4. Hit Start (but be ready to hit eject)
    5. You should see the screen flicker for a second, when this
    happens, HIT EJECT IMMEDIATELY!
    6. It should say "Please Insert Disc blah blah blah", just wait a
    few seconds, then insert the disc.
    7. The game should load fine from that point.

    This might have to be tried a few times, and will need practice
    to master.

    Here's a quote from WiiPower from this thread:
    General softmod backup launching compatibility guide - GBAtemp.net
    "Problem category 3(heath screen freeze games)

    These games freeze at the heath screen for some users, mostly for
    people using discs and that only get 3x reading speed. There's no
    real solution for this problem yet. Some people get it to work by
    pressing certain buttons with the correct timing. And many people
    report that they get the game to load by pressing eject with the
    correct timing, and reinserting the disc when they are asked for.
    The correct timing seems to be as soon as the screen flashes white
    for the health screen. And a 3rd solution that is reported to work
    is to remove the sd card. It seems these problems are caused by
    faulty piracy releases, many people reported that a self created
    backup works flawlessly, while the 3 burns before have this issue.
    Maybe this problem is caused by scrubbing the game."

    Comment from dmm:
    "Fixing Ghostbusters compatibility really pissed us off.
    I mean REALLY. I'm assuming it pissed off the testers aswell.
    It took 4 fixes to make it work. Animal Crossing Wii worked with
    the first fix we made for it.

    If I ever see a ghost, I am going to personally bust the
    damn thing myself!"

    My Wii Speak channel doesn't work! What do I do?
    You must have installed cIOSCORP v3.1, which had a modified IOS56,
    which didn't work. Just acquire a copy of the file
    "IOS56-64-v4890.wad", and install using Wad Manager.

    This this related to the original cIOSCORP?
    No.

    Are you affiliated with any of the creators of the original
    cIOSCORP?
    No.

    Credits:
    waninkoko - made the cIOS249 we all know and love, I used DIP
    modules from that to make cIOSCORP v3.2
    Wiigator - made the cmios which is used in cIOSCORP v3.2
    WiiPower - for telling me about rev14's DIP Module breaking
    Dual Layer Support
    - for explaining the "Problem category 3
    (health screen freeze games)"
    icefireicefire - made the original cIOSCORP installer, I modified
    that to install cIOSCORP v3.2
    WiiBlaster - the creator of the original cIOSCORP, he let me
    use the name "cIOSCORP" as no other name seemed
    to fit what this modification does

    And of course...
    All of my testers (too many to name, you all did an
    ABSOLUTELY SUPERB JOB! Without you guys, this
    would never have any of the fixes it has now!)

    Changelog:
    v3.2 - added the ES_Identify Patch to IOSes 30, 35,
    and 50 (preloader fix)
    - fixed Animal Crossing Wii compatibility
    - fixed Ghostbusters compatibility as much as
    possible
    - moved cmios to use an installer separate to the
    main installer, for people who don't want to
    install the included cmios
    - removed IOSes 51, 56, 57, and 61 as they are
    unnecessary
    - completely overhauled the README

    v3.1 - fixed the #001 errors many games were giving.

    v3.0 - Unreleased, due to the amount of #001 errors.
    DOWNLOAD

    Last edited by Dogeggs; 08-06-2009 at 10:31 AM. Reason: fixed download


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    Thanks Dogeggs Downloading now I do like cIOSCORP the 3.2 version

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    Will this work with firmware 4.0U?

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    cIOS 30 is corrupted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ds22 View Post
    cIOS 30 is corrupted.
    just verifying waht post above me said about cios 30 corrupted

    ! C:\Users\Angel\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Tem porary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5\AMUH8TJG\cIOSCORP_v3.2[1].rar: CRC failed in CORPv3.2\cIOS30-64-v2834-v3.2.wad. The file is corrupt

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    Quote Originally Posted by ds22 View Post
    cIOS 30 is corrupted.
    what this guy said

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeromission80 View Post
    Thanks for this m8 but is CIOS 30 corrupted in this one as well?

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    rapidshare one worked for me, no trouble extracting with winrar.

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    All Wads installed well for me last night/this morning. I'm still testing it out... Now I'm trying to figure out if this new CIOSCORP is somehow interferring with the MplayerCE v0.72. The DVD' that previously played now won't play, but the player begins the DVD mount etc. like it normally would. It just doesn't fully go through with the read and after a while the Disc just stops spinning.

    Trying to run some other test to see if this could be the cause for sure...
    Last edited by Brewaholic; 08-06-2009 at 12:06 PM.
    Nintendo' most inspired core game titles are stuck overseas. Nintendo Of America sux when it comes to the localization of these game titles as they court with their new found casual gamer/soccer mom audience this console generation. Thus indirectly promoting the growth of Homebrewing & basically telling their core audience if they want it, mod chip or Homebrew it. Thanks Nintendo! My Wii and its functionalities have never felt more complete than when I took my first sip of the Brew. - Brewaholic

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