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    Sorry thought that person was the OP.

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    Hey, s0ur, if you have time, can you tell me just what is cIOS rev14? And how do I find out if I already have it on my system or not since my wii has HBC and everything? I have looked everywhere for this, but every one just kinds assumed that knowledge of what cIOS rev14 is constitutes basic knowledge (which it probably is...). Or can you point me to some guide/glossary that can tell me what it is? I have run across this thing alot and I have no idea what they meant at all and it's really, really confusing.

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    try to launch neogamma r7 at least and see if it says ios249rev14 at the bottom, then you are ok. you need a second partition as FAT32 and set to active , then you can use tiiforce

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    Humm....I have neither neogamma r7 nor a FAT32 formated partition (One's WBFS formated and the other NTFS), but I'll def try it this way. Which way do you recommend? Using an SD Card or a HDD? Since s0ur mentioned that the Wiiware isn't too large in file size, maybe using an SD card is easier? (esp since there's already a guide for it on the forum). I'm not too tech savy with all this so I'm trying to see which way is the simplest method for me with the least amount of risk of bricking my wii accidentally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agkelos View Post
    Do you happen to have this running on your system? Or know someone that has used this method and succeeded? And in order to install this on my wii, do I use the same method as that SD card guide that s0ur mentioned?


    Edit: And just what is cIOS rev14? And how do I find out if I already have it on my system or not since my wii has HBC and everything? I have looked everywhere for this, but every one just kinds assumed that knowledge of what cIOS rev14 is constitutes basic knowledge (which it probably is...).
    Triiforce works great on my system, the install is very straight forwards, just follow the guide, only difference is your gonna place your ticket and title folders on the root of your usb device to use. When it boots up select usb nand and your good.

    As for cIOS rev 14, that is waninkoko's custom ios 38 to replace the default ios 38, rev 14 is the 14th release of said ios file.

    google it and you'll find your answers about it

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    Thanks, inode, that helps alot! It's great to know that someone has tried the HDD method successfully. I hope I'll be able to do this with no problem. Thanks!

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    Triiforce does work from a hard drive (there is even an auto USB loading .dol file you can use), but the guide I wrote was for how to get triiforce to work off of an sd card. Since there is a significant deal of interest in getting it to run off of USB, I am going to have to update the guide with how to get it to work because, as a few people have pointed out, there are some differences including the multiple partitions.

    You will need the cIOS in order to run triiforce so you will want to read about how to install it. Any of the softmod guides in the tutorial section will tell you how to install it.
    4.2U || BootMii beta 4 (boot2) || DVDx v2 || HBC 1.0.8 || cIOS 38 r17 || WiiFlow R254-249 Carbonik || Triiforce MRC SS || MPlayer CE 0.76 || WiiRadio 0.4
    Patriot 16GB SDHC Class 6 || 500GB Seagate 7200.10 in NexStar CX eSATA

    Triiforce MRC User Guide - How to Load Wii Ware from a USB Drive or SD Card

    Stomp_442's guide: How to install Hermes cIOS 202, 222, 223 and 224

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    0_0....you are gonna write a guide for it? *cheers* thank you very, very much!! I just spend 4 hrs trying to get it to work....<- failed...x_x....I think I'll wait until your wonderful guide comes out while I get cIOS on my wii in the main time.


    Edit: Just a question. Are you gonna just update the existing guide? Start a new one? I'm gonna be waiting with all eagerness and I don't want to miss it once it comes out. If it's not too much trouble, do you mind announcing it here once you have posted it? Just in case? I'm sorry if I'm asking too much. I'm just so excited!!
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    well usb loading would be the same, but you have to use the triiforce_mrc auto usb appp, and copy the files to usb drive

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