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    I have a question. My son is wanting to play with a headset. If we plug the headset into the open USB slot, it doesn't get power. If we unplug the USB Hard drive and plug it in the USB headset into that slot, it does get power, but now we can't USB load the game.

    Is it possible to do something to USB Load the game and use a USB Headset to communicate in-game?

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    Wow, that is WEIRD! The Wii, for some reason, can load USB games through that one particular USB port. I don't have any idea why the headset would only work through one USB port. I don't know if this would help but have you tried plugging the headset into the port that it doesn't work in and re-starting the Wii?

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    Yup. We tried that. The headset gets no power that way. I also tried connecting them to a USB hub through the one USB port that worked. Hard drive and Headset both had power, but the USB Loader couldn't find the hard drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    Yup. We tried that. The headset gets no power that way. I also tried connecting them to a USB hub through the one USB port that worked. Hard drive and Headset both had power, but the USB Loader couldn't find the hard drive.
    Try using cIOS 224 to load the game with. I know that on Black Ops, it made a difference which cIOS you loaded the game with for the headset to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooperjs1 View Post
    Try using cIOS 224 to load the game with. I know that on Black Ops, it made a difference which cIOS you loaded the game with for the headset to work.
    Thanks. I think I have it set to run via 250. I'm now trying to figure out how I did that so I can change it to 224.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooperjs1 View Post
    Try using cIOS 224 to load the game with. I know that on Black Ops, it made a difference which cIOS you loaded the game with for the headset to work.
    OK. I got it to load with 224. Though, the headset in the 2nd USB port still isn't powering up when the game is running.

    I've kept it plugged in and powered the Wii off, and it gets power. I boot the Wii again, load Configurable USB Loader, and the headset still has power. As soon as I launch the game, the headset powers down.

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    I know this is gonna sound like a dumb question, but have you checked your chat settings in the game? I will do some research and see if I can come up with anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooperjs1 View Post
    I know this is gonna sound like a dumb question, but have you checked your chat settings in the game? I will do some research and see if I can come up with anything else.
    I get the option to turn voice chat on and off with the "L" button of the classic controller. Toggling it back and forth does nothing to the headset's power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    I get the option to turn voice chat on and off with the "L" button of the classic controller. Toggling it back and forth does nothing to the headset's power.
    That's a strange situation you have going. From what I have read, the best idea is to put the USB hard drive in the bottom port and the headset in the top port (found another WiiHacks thread with this info) but that doesn't seem to help you any although I would suggest toying with that a little more. Maybe try different off and on power cycles with that config. Other than that, I am out of ideas brother.

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    Should ANY USB headset work? Or does it need to be the cheap PDP headset? I'm trying to use one of my other headsets that I have lying around the house so I don't have to buy yet another device that won't get used in 2 weeks (Wii U release) anyway.

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