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    Here are the checksums that I have. I downloaded the files twice to different locations and created the checksums using HashCalc. These are the best that I can do. To get any better you will need the checksum off the original files.

    cIOSCORP_v3.5_dmm.zip
    md5
    8cf17e7e646d1179696c2fd28e73fec7
    sha1
    4a134b92c3496c4505ad31416b7a3e70c7796be8

    cIOSCORP_v3.5_uninstaller.zip
    md5
    6524643c4fe41998634a1c0b1c7e7759
    sha1
    8a89df4fe503b1547e554f9d7fa24a88bcaf2980

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    excellent, now the files integrity can be checked, cheers bud
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    I have a ? why is it you use cMIOS v4 and if you didn't know v10 was released a few days ago.

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    there's no real need to use the latest mios. Older mios, unlike IOS, work fine with LU64+ consoles, and mios v4 is the only version that doesn't block Datel products, such as GameCube Action Replay. Myself and damysteryman are trying to make cISOCORP v3.x the most compatible softmod ever.

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    now what you need is a way to force ppl read the readme before they install it...

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    I agree....

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    quote frm cIOSCORP 3.5 release notes ;

    Ghostbusters freezes at the Wrist Strap Health & Safety Screen!
    What do I do?
    -> According to WiiPower, this seems to be a problem with the Scene
    Release, which could be a bad dump. It could also be due to the 3x
    DVD reading speed, as compared to the 6x reading speed used for
    legitimate Wii discs. There is a "disc eject trick" that I found on
    gbatemp (can't remember who posted it, though. @Whoever discovered
    this, credits to you). I have reworded it into steps:

    Ghostbusters has always worked fine on my 3.4 (and metroid pt as well) anyone elso noticed this?
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    it s a common problem for ghostbusters, i dont know for metroid.. must be sth with the DL support

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    Is your Ghostbusters a Self Dump, or a scene release.

    If you dumped it yourself, that's probably why it works fine.
    There seems to be something wrong with the scene release (I think it was dumped by PROMiNENT). That seems to be what most people are using.

    And you said MPT worked fine for you on 3.4? Did you ever try running MP3 from it?
    MP3 would not load, as it is on the second layer of the disc, and rev14's DIP cannot read the second layer (it corrupts the last sector of the first layer when reading it).

    That's why there is an extra for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by da_letter_a View Post
    Is your Ghostbusters a Self Dump, or a scene release.

    If you dumped it yourself, that's probably why it works fine.
    There seems to be something wrong with the scene release (I think it was dumped by PROMiNENT). That seems to be what most people are using.

    And you said MPT worked fine for you on 3.4? Did you ever try running MP3 from it?
    MP3 would not load, as it is on the second layer of the disc, and rev14's DIP cannot read the second layer (it corrupts the last sector of the first layer when reading it).

    That's why there is an extra for it.
    from memory ghostbusters was an NTSC early release, im struggling to remember the name of the source though, i originally ran it through NG6 and forced video to get it to work but since i installed CC3.4 it alwys runs straight throught the disc channel every time.

    Sorry I'm not sure what you mean by running MP3 from MPT, the only thing i can think of is in the install notes i read that one particulat file i installed enables DL loadinf for MPT to work although i had to sacrifice Mario Kart from working as it would give a 001 error (which may be corrected by changing the booktype when burning the DVD-R to DVD-rom using image burn).

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