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    In MMM ,Go down to Load another Ios and change it to Cios236.
    Then select Wad manager and then select Usb Hdd device.
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    I changed it to Cios236 but still got a error message when trying to install the wad file.

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    This could point to it not being fully compatible with the Hdd.

    I have always installed Wads using the sd card feature.

    Go here and get wadmanager and put this on the Sd card in the apps folder.-->Wadmanager 1.7

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    On MMM, I got an error message titled (-4100). I installed Wad Manager 1.7 and followed the directions. I put the 3 NAND files on the root of my SD card. I did this on both my SD card and on my HDD and didn't have any luck. I get error messages or when I go to install a specific wad file, my system freezes and crashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidsnakes35 View Post
    On MMM, I got an error message titled (-4100). I installed Wad Manager 1.7 and followed the directions. I put the 3 NAND files on the root of my SD card. I did this on both my SD card and on my HDD and didn't have any luck. I get error messages or when I go to install a specific wad file, my system freezes and crashes.
    4100:
    Title Identification Error: When using DVDs, most likely bad burn or media. As for wads, most likely an incorrectly injected wad (.dol and rom injections).Wrong Ticket-, Cert size or invalid Ticket-, Cert data
    Q. I injected the .dol/rom the same way I do all my injections. What am I doing wrong?
    A. You'll need to make sure the account you're using has all permissions. If you're running Vista, you may want to right click on the program and click run as administrator as well.

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