Hm he says he installed 222/223 which I believe can be found here (http://www.wiihacks.com/submit-artic...222-223-a.html)
But I don't understand this bit:
Is this explained in messies 4.2 guide? All I found there is cios38rev14 which I have installedthen ran the 149 rev 15 again
Sorry for the dumb question first. In step A, these two were to appear on the root:
They are missing from step B. Should I delete them before continuing to step B or move them?
Is there a way for me to start again from scratch?
Never mind I was trying all the USB load programs and the one last on my list worked
I think it was uLoader, anyway thanks for all the help!
I haven't gone through all the stuff about IOS loaded and not, but uloader seems to read WBFS format only, an configuarable loader will read from FAT32.
My USB HDD has a sleep mode and I know uloader used to give a couple of retries before the drive spun up fully.
I deceided to change to Configurable loader as I want a single partition to sun a games and media.
I looked up my HDD in the USB devices compatibility list and came across a description that strongly resembles what I had been getting:
USB loader recognizes the drive occasionally.Might be fixed on the next version of USB Loader. Edit: Works with this setup:1st partition Fat32 40GB, 2nd partition NTFS 385GB, 3rd partition WBFS 40GB. Plug a usb flash drive into the first usb and plug hdd into second usb to make it detect instantly. EDIT AGAIN: Does not work with the suggested setup. Completely non-working on all loaders and with all cIOS revisions. EDIT: Confirmed doesn't work. EDIT: Works when using Hermes' cIOS 222/223, but not with Waninkoko's cIOS 249. EDIT: Works with cIOS 249, created 2 partitions, both FAT 32. Formatted the first one twice in a row with ncWBFSTool and then I stopped having the "this is not a wii disc" error when loading games
I have problems when installing priloader think it installed ok but then i choose it from HB channel it says an error message.....