I have a softmodded 4.0u wii. Its been a while since Ive banged my head against the desk trying to figure out whats wrong (ghostbusters drove me mad). Anyway I havent updated anything since installing neogamma (as well as some different CISOs) which solved my ghostbusters problem. I have just got Rabbids Go Home PAL (I have a us wii) and I keep getting the 001 error when using neogammaR3. Should I be updating my wii and if so what should I use to update to be able to play rabbids go home? Sorry for the extermely n00bish sounding question but Ive completely forgot how I modded my wii in the first place!
Unauthorized Device Detected Most likely outdated firmware for your modchip. Possibly an outdated or missing IOS. Update to latest ios249. This reply taken from http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tion-here.html you should also try updating your neogamma, they are up to r7/8 now!!!! keep up with the times big guy
Sorry this isn't an answer but what was your problem with ghostbusters?? Did the screen go black cos thats whats happening with me but with MySims Agents. How did you fix it?
Actually I put ghostbusters on an SD card and used neogammaR3 and loaded from the sd card. Anyway...
Due to all the holes in my brain, can I ask if you can recommend a linky on how to update or find the latest ios249? Thanks
Taken from http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...explained.html
Question 5: Whew! OK good, so what is IOS249 and how does it relate to IOS36 or IOS38?
There has been a lot of work done on updating and improving the cIOS. When the USB Loader started to get popular, Waninkoko had been releasing cIOS36rev_(version). cIOS36 is a customized IOS based on system IOS36. It installs as IOS249. Subsequently, most revisions and updates (despite what version of official Nintendo IOS they are based on) will install as IOS249. IOS249 is the IOS that enables most of the hardware hacking such as USB Hard Drive Loading and DVDX. When new games come through with additional patches/IOS requirements, the coders will release a new cIOS to be sure to include all of the patches that are included with that update. That is why suddenly we are looking at cIOS38_rev13 instead of cIOS36_rev13. For maximum compatibility, I would suggest getting the latest stable cIOS release. What constitutes stable? Well...you'll need to do your homework and read forums/release notes.
It's worth noting that we are at a point where the new releases of patched Nintendo IOS's will install as IOS249 (except for the IOS222 as explained below). If you have IOS249 installed, that should be your de facto IOS for homebrew and other Wii hacks. An updated cIOS249 (whether from cIOS36_rev[version], cIOS38_rev[version] or beyond) is all you need. When a new one comes through, just download the new WAD file and use the WAD Manager to install it over the old cIOS249 (it will choose all of the correct settings for you...just install it). If you have a problem with a newer or buggy cIOS, then just grab an older version's WAD file and install it. It's that easy.
Thanks for the links. I am very forgetful however. All I need to do to my sd card is fat32 format it and just slap the files/folders into it or do I need to create directories for them. Im searching but cant find much now.
Follow Instruction #3 and that will get you your cIOS
Thanks m8. It all came flooding back into me head after I started.
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