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Thread: SNEEK v2.32.36.1 - Universal 3.2U + Mods + cIOSCorp 3.6

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    Sneek v2.32.36.2 has been uploaded. No big package this time. Sorry for all the small uploads, but my internet isn't being very flexible at the moment, so I uploaded what I could.

    I plan on uploading the big package to Mediafire tomorrow night, and possibly each seperate part, so sit tight.

    If you want to update, you can download the following:
    - cIOS WADS (Install with ShowMiiWads)
    - US SNEEK v2 w/Mods (Drop to SD root)
    - NAND (If you want the HBC scam screen fixed!)

    Again, I apologize for no MediaFire link tonight!

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    Well, i'm allready planning getting a Sandisk. I'll post the results back when i get one.

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    I'm starting to think my Wii is just not capable of using SNEEK. It's an LU72 4.1 menu system (NTSC-U). I have priiloader installed on my actual NAND and have it set to automatically boot to bootmii-IOS. I've tried three different cards (Sandisk 2GB SD, Kingston 4GB SDHC, Transcend 4GB SD), a few different precompiled SNEEK packages, a few different NAND dumps (including my own), and I get the same result every single time: a complete loss of the video feed with no loading of any kind. I guess it just can't happen with my system.
    Last edited by jamespolk; 02-26-2010 at 07:22 PM.

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    Try examining the bootmii.ini file inside bootmii folder. If the video mode is set to progressive and you're using regular cinches, you can't get a video. I'ts also possible that it's set to PAL and your TV can't handle it.

    By the way, I think that my SD card is not also compatible (Kingston 1GB) - tried your EUR SNEEK, tried your USA SNEEK, tried SNEEK package from another post, all act the same - as soon as i click start - files are corrupted. Settings - files are corrupted. GDamnit, can't wait for my SanDisks.
    Last edited by Johnyz; 02-27-2010 at 02:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespolk View Post
    I'm starting to think my Wii is just not capable of using SNEEK. It's an LU72 4.1 menu system (NTSC-U). I have priiloader installed on my actual NAND and have it set to automatically boot to bootmii-IOS. I've tried three different cards (Sandisk 2GB SD, Kingston 4GB SDHC, Transcend 4GB SD), a few different precompiled SNEEK packages, a few different NAND dumps (including my own), and I get the same result every single time: a complete loss of the video feed with no loading of any kind. I guess it just can't happen with my system.
    Did you wait for a couple minutes before rebooting? SNEEK takes a while to load sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnyz View Post
    Try examining the bootmii.ini file inside bootmii folder. If the video mode is set to progressive and you're using regular cinches, you can't get a video. I'ts also possible that it's set to PAL and your TV can't handle it.

    By the way, I think that my SD card is not also compatible (Kingston 1GB) - tried your EUR SNEEK, tried your USA SNEEK, tried SNEEK package from another post, all act the same - as soon as i click start - files are corrupted. Settings - files are corrupted. GDamnit, can't wait for my SanDisks.
    My video mode was indeed not set properly. For anyone else getting purely blank screens without even seeing BootMii, make sure you video mode is set correctly. In my case, I had to change PROGRESSIVE to NTSC. Unfortunately, after the BootMii screen, I still get a video-feedless screen without any activity, even after waiting a while (Sandisk 2GB and Transcend 4GB). At least I'm one step closer now.

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    To follow, it looks like newer Wiis may not be capable of running SNEEK. Here is a bug report that sounds very similar to what's going on with mine:

    Issue 12 - sneek - sneek fails to run on new Wii, but the same card works on old Wii

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    Any chance of putting the latest version of SNEEK on this? Its a ***** to compile if you don't know much about compiling like me. I just got a whole bunch of errors. If you can do it, please post the version that can load from USB. Thanks.

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    Gameking66 , any new packages or you are not allowed anymore ?

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