Help Totally Confused
I bought a brandnew wii the other day and its on 4.20U firmware
It's my first time to mod a wii and Im still very confused. I've been reading tutorials and the cIOS's are making me sick.
Backed up my nand
Can play ISOs from external hdd
i can't Play original DVD using Mplayer CE (DVDX installed using hackmii)
when I play Back up of my Original games I get DVD error 1051 using softchip and latest neogamma. uloader gives me dvd error - 2
I'm so confused with numbering of cIOS and IOS. Reading tutorials about cIOS and IOS makes me wanna puke.
Could you please help me resolve the Failure issues?
1.Does dvdx supports divx or avi?
2.Is there a simple instructions on how to handle cIOS and IOS to play Back ups?
3.Is there a good reference here what does each number of cIOS and IOS do?
4.what do I need to install/uninstall/patch to play back up in DVD-R?
5.Do I need to use the latest cIOS and IOS? where can i get them?
6. What other homebrews could you recommend?
7. What are the best emulators for snes, n64 etc. around?
Please help me with the back up issue it's my top priority at the moment. How will I make it work?
you may have a new D3-2 drive that wont let you use DVD-r disks in the wii... this is the primary cause for new wii owners not being able to play backup discs... if this is the case you're just stuck with the HDD option
I also suspected that its d3-2 since its new. are there any homebrew that check for the type of drive so i can check if it is a d3-2? will the devs be working on a work around for d3-2 later or are there anybody working on it already?
Originally Posted by omgmaserati
if I can play back up using hdd then I should be able to play DVD-R backups except in d3-2 drive?
If I can play back up using hdd then all the needed cIOS were properly installed to play backup dvd-r games given the condition that i have a pre-d3-2 drive?
Last edited by WalangAlam; 01-28-2010 at 04:10 PM.
If it's new it's probably LU72...
I have a new Wii too...
It's got the new drive, Mine throws the 1051 Error too.
Have to use USB Drives..
I wished that someone would come up with a hack for it...