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Thread: Installing the iPlayer WAD on Wii 4.2U

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awooga View Post
    Tried using regionfree anyway - got a black and white screen then when I ran iPlayer still didnt work. Turned to a black screen and crashed ...
    You should still have a colour picture if you use anyregion changer & set it to pal. As I have a US wii & I use this to play UK Gamecube games as they suffer with a black screen on a US wii if you run them with NTSC output. I also have tried BBC iplayer with it & it does work.

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    hmm - with mine it made my screen larger than my actual display and was black and white. Either way, iPlayer didnt load when I selected it off the Wii system menu. Just black screen. Im pulling my hair out on this one

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    So, I take it, then, that none of us have successfully run the BBC iPlayer on an NTSC Wii?

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    Ive seen people post they have got it working on a NTSC-U Wii but not seen anyone whose managed to get it going on a NTSC-J Wii

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    Did they post a method? If it works with an NTSC-U Wii then it'll work with an NTSC-J Wii. I just haven't found any clear step-by-steps instructions from anyone claiming to have it working. I've been 'round and about this thing for weeks with no luck.

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    dave010567 in an earlier post on this thread said he got it working on NTSC-U ... still no sign of getting it going on NTSC-J though. Lots of people have tried to help but not got there yet

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    Have got iPlayer working on my 4.1J Wii now thanks to wise words and wads from Da_letter_A.
    Watching shows over a proxy set up in the Wii menu from Japan

    I used the wad he posted then used anyregion changer and change Language settings to 'English' - its the first option. Dont change anything else.
    Loads off the system menu ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by da_letter_a View Post
    Err, your link doesn't work...
    EDIT: I got it working by fixing the ] in the link.

    Did you hack the ticket to get it working?

    that's what damysteryman and I did yesterday after reading this thread, and here's a wad with the hacked ticket:
    BBC iPlayer (RF) [HCJP01] {Fake Ticket}.wad
    It's region free too.

    But yours is 13.15MB...
    Ours is only 12.73 MB...

    I wonder why...
    Do you know why?
    Was your packed with the .trailer file on the end of it?
    This worked for me when other iPlayer WADs were giving me the -1020 error. I'm on a UK Wii, softmodded

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    Alright, I'm dying here. I spent another hour re-doing my wii, every step of the way, just to try and install this bloody wad again. Here's my step-by-step, in case one of you can spot what I'm missing:
    1) Install Homebrew channel
    2) Use Trucha Bug Restorer, Load IOS36, downgrade IOS15 from NUS
    3) Use Restorer, Load IOS15, Install patched IOS36 with hash check, es_identify, and nand permissions set to yes.
    4) Use Restorer, skip IOS reload, and restore IOS15.
    5) Using Any Title Deleter, delete IOS222, 223, 249, and 250.
    6) Using cIOS38rev14, install IOS36.
    7) Using DOP-IOS MOD, load IOS36, navigate to IOS53 and install (yes to Sig Hash Check). Repeat same for IOS55.
    8) Using WAD Manager, load IOS249, install IOS60patched.wad and IOS70patched.wad
    9) Using WAD Manager, load BBC iPlayer (RF) [HCJP01] {Fake Ticket}.wad
    ERROR: >>Installing content #10... ERROR! (ret = -1022)

    I'm stumped. Really, I don't know where to go from here. ANY help would be great...

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    Really? No idea on the -1022? The only search results that turn up say to fix it, use the Trucha Bug Restorer, but I clearly have. Now, I may not be using it correctly, but I'm not versed well enough to know better. I really need some expert help here. :-/

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