This WILL work on your updated system. All my backup ISO's work with the Gamma launcher. I have an NTSC WII and I play NTSC backups.
Originally Posted by fliggyg
i've had the same issue for a while,
for me it was fixed by re running the cIOS downgrader, if this doesn't work for you the first time try twice(i had to run twice as well), also make sure you're internet connection is good on your wii.
let me know if this fixes the problem.
Originally Posted by gonzal46
the answer is yes, as long as you burn the iso on a dvd you can load it thrue the gamma loader you'll install in the last step of this tutor
make sure you read the tutor carefully.
Originally Posted by ld777
what i did was upgrade the wii to 3.4 (latest so far) you need an internet connection for almost every step in this tutor make sure you're connected
i'm not sure if it will pick the correct region from your sd card but you can check it by saving a game while playing and copying that same savegame to your sd card. next you put your sd card into the computer and you'll see when clicking on the folders, one folder named RDZP/RDZE. now you know how to check which folder to use with the download from EOC.
hope this helps
list of compatible NTSC AND PAL games
i've found a list with games compatible with various versions of gamma loader.
click here for NTSC compatible games list
click here for PAL compatible games list
hope this helps
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Thanks for that. Could you possibly tell me how to do this. No quite that tech savvy.
Originally Posted by GrandMaster_S
The Homebrew Channel displays all the apps found in the apps folder on the root of the SD card, so it should be empty if there's no SD card in the Wii.
Originally Posted by seeka
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First step problem
Okay I've looked through all 42 pages and can't find an answer to a problem that several people are having and hopefully a simple solution is available....
The first step states to run Zelda, create game save and then delete from the Data Management. Copy all of the downloaded files onto a SD card and then copy the relevant region game save to the Wii memory.
Everything works okay here and then we run the Zelda game aagain, select the game save within the game and then walk backwards. Up comes the text to start the hack and finally it ends with the statement -1 that it couldn't find the boot.elf file.
Well I understand that it's supposed to look for a .elf or a .dol file so it should work right? The file in question is in the root of the SD card and the SD cards been reformatted several times in FAT and FAT32 to see if that helps.
But no, always -1 no boot.elf file.
Just in case it's the memory card, another was tried but still the same result.
Please put a few people out of there misery and hopefully someone out there can suggest something to get the minority who accidentally went to 3.4 back to 3.2
Thanks in advance
You aren't using the files provided in the Download link on the tutorial.
Use Verbatim DVD-R media. If you get some message saying that the disc could not be read, then it sounds like a burning/media issue
Originally Posted by sec4allstar133