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    What ever happened to the beta testers?
    That's exactly what I was thinking. I guess it wasn't tested enough...haha
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    I dont really have a reson, I just an answer if cIOS 20 can let me play MH and be compatible with Wad Manager, thats all.

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    Well, I just installed rev20, 249 with a base of 37, and MH3 does boot. Never mind the fact that cIOS rev20 breaks my usb hdd, and I have to do some wierd stuff to get it to work. So your answer is yes, but MH3 already has worked in the past with IOS223. And wad manager, all versions, have worked with cIOS38 rev17.

    My set up, and I would recommend to anybody, cIOS38 rev17 for best compatibility, and IOS223 for the few games that require a base of 37, and IOS222 for FAT32 usb hdd users.

    I also just tested rev20, base of 37, and install/remove a wad does work with Wad Manager 1.7, so that was fixed too. But I also ran Wad Manager 1.3 and remove a wad works but cannot install a wad.

    And, when trying to play wiiware form CFG usb loader, rev20 with base 37 give the error (ret = -64) when I select a known working game.
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    Damn... I hate what happened with the FFS plugin. Nice way to start my holidays... Sorry guys but rev21 is coming sooner than expected.
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    I didnt knew that rev 20 breaks your HDD, it that an official error?

    If so then its usless because im a HDD user, and my wads can wait so I may stick with 19, if the USB HDD failure is official.

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    It a problem with a seagate freeagent desk usb hdd, I had the problem in the past, but was fixed with a past cIOS release, but it is back now with the release of cIOSx rev20.

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    Well Thankyou for your support, Ill stay with 19 and wait for 21.

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    and, when trying to play wiiware form CFG usb loader, rev20 with base 37 give the error (ret = -64) when I select a known working game.
    Same here. And if I load up CFG again after the ret 64 error it doesn't recognize my HD. I have to reboot and unplug the HD to get it to work again.

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    I got that error with base57 as well.
    Last edited by Krank; 08-01-2010 at 03:51 PM.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    thanks for the info, and support.

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    It appears to me that ES_Ioctlv checks to see if ithe ioctl called is 0x1337, and if so, it launches MIOS...

    I wonder why it would launch MIOS though...

    That is what I found anyway.

    It is... interesting.

    Perhaps it needs more looking into?
    this is from gbatemp, might this be the easter egg?
    wiiflow 2.2, wiiMC, hbc, gcn backup launcher 0.2, priiloader rev78, bootmii/boot2

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