SD Card not usable for DLC - USB Loader gx cIOS222
Has anyone been able to use the USB Loader gx with the SD card, I am getting an Error that states my SD card is unusable. The only way to get DLC is to place it on my Wii sys mem and then move it to SD card with the orig disk. Going back and forth is frustrating and I cannot actually play the songs without using the orig disk if they are located on the SD card.
if you use ciso 249 v19 then you can download to your sd with out it being left on your wii memory. it also allows you to delete. But ciso249 v 19 will not let you install GHWT DLC. that must be installed with CISO222. you can delete it out of the wii memory with 249.
Here is my problem... GHWT Update v1 no matter how many times i install it, the songs don't seem to see it. they keep telling me i need to down load ghwt update to play them. any ideas?
Hey, great tutorial... although I'm getting an error from my wad manager. Do you guys know which ios I should use? I have an NTSC 4.2U firmware on my Wii. I also have Oneup if you guys suggest an alternate method.
this has been working fine for weeks for me
then suddenly the music store will not load in gh5 or band hero - can still access and download in ghwt
i get as far as 'all done' screen then it freezes -
I am well miffed as I have just purchased a 16gb sd card to fill up with all the free dlc and I cant acceess it anymore!
I have read somewhere that its to do with the Black Sabbath pack release
anyone got any info?
Yeah I am having problems with the store, I think they broke it
I can confirm that there are issues with the music store. I have tried with both my back up and retail copies of Band Hero and GH5 and both will not work.The music store locks up after getting the info off the server and it freezes at the " All Done" I even waited 10 minutes to see if it would sort itself out but with no luck. So for now i guess there isn't much that we can do except download songs with the PC tools and transfer them over to the Nand emulation or just put them on and SD card from the PC. I think it's a problem with nintendo ..I hope they sort it out soon.
Originally Posted by toynostalgiaman
Yup, same problem here. 4.2 Pal Wii.
Hope they will resolve this soon.
will removing the wads make any difference? - will i lose stuff already downloaded?
I have managed to get the store open again by removing the GH5 wads - but leaving the GHWT ones on
I can still download all GHWT in GH5 but obviously no other stuff is ticked
looks like they found a way to block the wads for GH5 and Band hero!
also lost all the stuff I had downloaded previously!
final update - this is what I have done
I removed all wads - but left what I had previously downloaded on my card - which was only abou 40 tracks from GH5 (as I didnt think this would happen lol)
I then installed GHWT wad - I downloaded all songs in GHWT - I then went into GH5 shop and added the free packs so I can play GHWT DLC tracks on GH5
(please note - after installing the following wads I had to remove sd card before enterring music other was it would come up with an error screen - once in music store inserted SD card and then no problem to download as below)
I then installed what I call the SYOP wad - which is the 'special offer' of importing the songs off the GHWT disc into GH5 - 35 tracks in all
at this point when all tracks downloaded it cam up with an error page - but when you log into archive all the track are there and playable
I then installed the Smash Hits wad - all ticked and downloaded - then error page - but all in archive and playable
I then installed Band hero Wad - all ticked and downloaded - then error page - but all in archive and playable
then as another test before I installed the GH5 wad - I put in Band Hero and GH5 Disc import was available - I have imported all those too!
then - GH5 wad installed - all of my previous downloaded content (about 40 songs as above) were back in my archive so I hadnt lost any - however Music Store now froze again on 'all done' page
so its the GH5 dlc wad they have blocked out
I have 362 tracks on my sd card - and that looks like it for the forseeable future