05-05-2011, 03:45 PM
Yes, from the cIOS installer included in the uLoader 5.1E zip. Just to make sure, I just now downloaded Hermes 5.1 directly, ran the cios_installer from there, and installed Custom IOS 222 v65535, base 38, and Custom IOS 223, base 37. It still can't see the FAT32 partition on the USB drive (only the FAT32 SD card if I insert that).
Originally Posted by narse1979
05-05-2011, 10:09 PM
So once you instAll Hermes are u able to use both USB ports on the wii...
05-19-2011, 06:37 AM
I just started using this for loading wiiware/vmc's through USB. I did a trial with three games. I am quite happy with it. It is better than installing the wads and transferring channels to CD. Also, I think installation is much easier than mighty channel or sneek. I spend a few hours trying to figure out those two, then I realized accidentally uloader can do that. Only minor concern some may have would be appearance of GUI, but it serves the purpose: I like it, I could look at nice pictures or listen to music somewhere else. I have not installed the forwarder channel yet. This guide includes the forwarder too. Thanks Clie and thanks Hermes.
Last edited by kiribathi; 05-19-2011 at 06:40 AM.
Reason: added some clarifications
05-19-2011, 07:05 AM
hi,ive just installed uloader and i was wondering if you can run it without using the sd card (like neogamma) or do you have to run it within homebrew? thanks ..and keep up your good work..
05-19-2011, 12:24 PM
If you put uloader folder in usb:\apps folder, you could run it through Homebrew channel, if you do not have the sd card in the slot. I've tested that. If you install the forwarder channel, using the SD card and the wad manager, it should work without the SD card. I will try it tonight.
05-19-2011, 01:52 PM
ok thanks i know you can do it through homebrew but i would prefare to not keep having the sd card in or usb...thanks for giving it a go kiribathi,let me know how you get on..cheers ;-)
05-21-2011, 06:26 AM
did you manage to try it out kiribathi?
Originally Posted by kiribathi
05-21-2011, 09:44 AM
Finally, I did it. I used the channel that was given at the beginning and it was a channel not a forwarder. Today I searched and found a solution:
- In the fat 32 section of usb drive, I rename the usb:\apps\uloader folder to usb:\apps\USBLoader
- Then I use the USBLoader forwarder wad in here (thanks Clie) and installed it using the wad manager.
- Remove the SD card use the generic USBLoader channel and it works.
Hope this help.
PS: Mario Party 2 did not work.
PPS: I was walking on thin ice here, I am surprise I did not get a warning about pirating. (I see a few mods checked me out). I think my days here are numbered.
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05-21-2011, 03:06 PM
wow, cheers i will give this a try and thanks for sorting for me i am most greatfull thank you
06-03-2011, 07:51 AM
Not true sir, I still have love for DOP-Mii and v15 is working nicely. Anyway another problem has arisen ughh, for some reason Paper Mario seems to be the only game I can't play on Mighty Channels, so I went ahead and got uLoader to play that game specifically. However I was getting the Es-Identify error, but I know I'm using Hermes cIOS 222v4(38) which I thought was the recommended and most stable release.
Originally Posted by Darkcide666
My question is if I update to cIOS 222 v5.1 should I use base 38 or 56, and how stable is build v5 for USB loading on WiiFlow since Mauifrog's guide --which I stick to religiously-- has v4 on base 38 for cIOS 222 and only uses v5.1 on cIOS 202 & 224.
Edit: Ok this is per Wifflow's website:
Properly supports Hermes' IOS 222 (v2-5.1)
So that kind of answered my question. I'll stick w/base 38 however and only intall it on 222. Any feedback what do you guys think?
Last edited by Poundage; 06-03-2011 at 09:34 AM.
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