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    Backup Loader for 4.2(E)?

    I have a European Wii on 4.2 with HomeBrew Channel installed. Can you recommend me a backup loader that is compatible with my setup?

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    Read this USB Loader Releases - WikiTemp and pick the one you want. I like CFG USB Loader and WiiFlow.

    Edit: If you want to play from DVD-r use neogamma.

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    usb loader is also good. Neogamma works also

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    I advice you cfg loader...the easiest and the best at the moment:Configurable USB Loader - GBAtemp.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkidas View Post
    I have a European Wii on 4.2 with HomeBrew Channel installed. Can you recommend me a backup loader that is compatible with my setup?
    It depends on how complicated you want to make things, or how much 'risk' your prepared to take to make things simple. Neogamma R8 RC3 is really simple, put disc in and load Neogamma..... should automatically load game (But theres always a chance of IOS issues with this). Softchip is getting on a bit, but still reliable. uLoader is a good and pretty quick. Worth noting that ALL of these require loading a program / channel PRIOR to the game loading.

    cIOSCORP is a little riskier as there HAVE been a number of consoles bricked by installing it (although these were installing OLDER pre v3.5 releases), however you can simply put in a game and load as normal from the disc channel and 99% of them will work without any further patches or modifying of the game of console IOS's.

    Personally i'd install cIOSCORP 3.6 + cIOS22, I have done over 30 consoles with it and all worked 1st time. It also makes life simpler as theres no extra settings to be played with, which is better if the console is used by kids. Worth making a NAND backup of the console though PRIOR to install just incase it all goes wrong.

    If you choose NOT to use cIOSCORP but need any cIOS files there is a thread with them here http://www.wiihacks.com/submit-artic...c-backups.html
    Last edited by wildsideuk; 02-27-2010 at 11:34 AM.
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    4.2E PAL, Bootmii IOS, Starpatch 4.2.6E, PriiLoader 0.30b rev48, cIOSCORP v3.6 + cIOS 22, cIOS249 Rev17, HBC 1.0.8

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