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    Sorry about the caps.Scandisk 512mb fat format sd card.What has to be in the cios36_rev10-installer folder?Does it have to have anything besides the .dol file? someone told me to change .dol to boot.dol still didnt work. Are there different versions of the homebrew channel? Is there a site to go to that tells you exactly how to load the files on the card? Alot of questions huh!

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    where's the link to download the files??

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    @party: I think you should have your SD Card formatted to FAT32. Also what do you mean when you go to Homebrew Channel "Nothing Happens?" Do you get a blank screen, error message? Do you have a screen with bubbles with two icons on the bottom right? Have you tried putting the cios36_rev10-installer folder in the "app" folder which is in the root of your sd card? It should look like this:

    SD:/app/cios36_rev10-installer

    @ryeallen: Which files are you talking about? cIOS? USB Loader?

    Here is the link to the Custom IOS36 rev 10: LINK
    (Currently I am using Revision 13: LINK)
    Here is the link to SD/USB Loader v1.5:LINK

    These were taken straight from Waninkoko's blog

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    I have this error when trying to format:

    ERROR: No partitions found! (ret = -6)

    Pres any button to restart ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by haza12d View Post
    @party: I think you should have your SD Card formatted to FAT32. Also what do you mean when you go to Homebrew Channel "Nothing Happens?" Do you get a blank screen, error message? Do you have a screen with bubbles with two icons on the bottom right? Have you tried putting the cios36_rev10-installer folder in the "app" folder which is in the root of your sd card? It should look like this:

    SD:/app/cios36_rev10-installer

    @ryeallen: Which files are you talking about? cIOS? USB Loader?

    Here is the link to the Custom IOS36 rev 10: LINK
    (Currently I am using Revision 13: LINK)
    Here is the link to SD/USB Loader v1.5:LINK

    These were taken straight from Waninkoko's blog
    Thanks for the reply mate. Still havin problems though. I put the files on the sd card but still cannot get them to show up. In homebrew channel I get my current cIOS36rev7 installer only. Do I have to uninstall rev7 first?

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    @ryeallen: Are your folders set up correctly? The cIOS Installer and the USB loader folders should all be in the app folder which is is in the root of your SD card. (SD:/app/) Try reformatting your card and set it to FAT32 and see if that works. Good Luck! Maybe you can post a screen shot of your SD card setup.

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    Thanks haza12d. My card is formatted to FAT32, also worth mentioning I have a pal wii 3.4E Here are some screen shots. Thanx again


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    Ok... I see the problem... make a folder for the CIOS36 Rev 10 installer (Name it however you want it) and put the CIOS36_rev10-Installer.dol file in that folder Then rename CIOS36_rev10-Installer.dol to boot.dol. Do the Same for SDUSB-Loader_v1.5. Make a folder for it (Name it whatever you want) and put the file SDUSB-Loader_v1.5.dol in it and rename it to boot.dol this should work. Remember that you need to have your folders in the apps folder and the executables must be renamed to either boot.dol or boot.elf. Let me know how that goes... if all goes well... please don't hesitate to click on that "Thanks" button there hahaha

    Here's and example of what it should look like:





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    @RedWinD: What kind of Hard Drive do you have hooked up? Make? Model? What revision of the cIOS are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by haza12d View Post
    Ok... I see the problem... make a folder for the CIOS36 Rev 10 installer (Name it however you want it) and put the CIOS36_rev10-Installer.dol file in that folder Then rename CIOS36_rev10-Installer.dol to boot.dol. Do the Same for SDUSB-Loader_v1.5. Make a folder for it (Name it whatever you want) and put the file SDUSB-Loader_v1.5.dol in it and rename it to boot.dol this should work. Remember that you need to have your folders in the apps folder and the executables must be renamed to either boot.dol or boot.elf. Let me know how that goes... if all goes well... please don't hesitate to click on that "Thanks" button there hahaha

    Here's and example of what it should look like:





    Thank You so much haza12d, It now works perfectly. Easy when you know what your doing I guess. Wish I could click the thanks button several times mate Don't suppose you could recommend a good 8gig stick? I know some sticks are not compatible. Cheers again

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