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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    FIRST UNINSTALL DARKCORP BEFORE UPDATING AN IOS LESS THAN 200!

    Well, there are two ways to update one specific IOS:
    1. Download the latest version of the IOS via NUSD, and then install it with WAD Manager (or Multi-Mod Manager)
    2. Use Dop-Mii and install the latest version of the IOS
    Ok but I'm still waiting for v1.1 uninstall guide 'cause right now there's only a v1.0

    So this means if I update that IOS, can DARCKCORP read the game properly now?
    (assuming I install darkcorp AFTER the IOS update even though I know how dangerous DARKCORP is. How stubborn i can be! hehe)

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    The guide also works for DARKCORP v1.1.


    No, you don't understand this.
    Installing DARKCORP v1.1 after updating this IOS isn't going to get you anywhere: the DARKCORP installation WILL overwrite the updated IOS, which will leave you with the same IOSes as you have now.
    Use NeoGamma to play this game, and keep DARKCORP for other games (not recommended), or use NeoGamma for all your games, and delete DARKCORP (recommended).
    You can also use USB loading, but that is a whole other story...

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    or use NeoGamma for all your games, and delete DARKCORP (recommended).
    I second that


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    The guide also works for DARKCORP v1.1.


    No, you don't understand this.
    Installing DARKCORP v1.1 after updating this IOS isn't going to get you anywhere: the DARKCORP installation WILL overwrite the updated IOS, which will leave you with the same IOSes as you have now.
    Use NeoGamma to play this game, and keep DARKCORP for other games (not recommended), or use NeoGamma for all your games, and delete DARKCORP (recommended).
    You can also use USB loading, but that is a whole other story...
    Thanks I understand now

    I have another question and maybe the last...for now :P

    Some say if the IOS is not updated there will be a "blank" screen when you try to run it.

    Is it the same as for an error message pops out like on my first post? They don't say things like an error message pops up, only errors like bluescreen and error numbers but only error messages for me.

    It's still likely an outdated IOS right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyphercode View Post
    It's still likely an outdated IOS right?
    In all honest, I do not know. I do know that DARKCORP isn't going to work with that game, because you just told us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    In all honest, I do not know. I do know that DARKCORP isn't going to work with that game, because you just told us.
    Thank for the help guyz!

    I'll consider loading my games with backup loaders...but the "feeling" of loading your backed-up games like the original itself is still there you know hehehe with the animation and all xD

    It's night time here right now so g'nyt and thanks again!

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    I really recommend you to do so. It is much safer, and just not worth the risk. One little mistake and things can be horribly messed up.

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