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    Lotsa Bugs?

    Seems like there's a lot of issues with my hacked Wii. Remotes not syncing, USBLoaderCFG locking up, and now we realized our USB mics no longer work for the singing games. Am I the only one noticing this stuff?

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    post an sys check
    what guide did you follow
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    I did a little searching around, maybe I shoulda done so before I posted. I found this thread with some answers:

    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-new...usb-drive.html

    I'll give that a try.

    I'm not sure why the thread got closed...

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    if its the singing games you are trying to get to work you have to load the game with cios 223 in the loader you are useing. If the singing games you have are glee and def jam rapstars you need to have base 57 on a selected cios to get the mic to be recognised
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    Quote Originally Posted by peire View Post
    if its the singing games you are trying to get to work you have to load the game with cios 223 in the loader you are useing. If the singing games you have are glee and def jam rapstars you need to have base 57 on a selected cios to get the mic to be recognised
    According to the guy in the other thread, he was saying his locked up with 223 and used another method.

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    i run all my singing accept glee and def jam on 223mload in cfg loader and glee and def jam on 250base57 had no problems with it and 223 is the cios to use to play them type of games
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    Quote Originally Posted by peire View Post
    post an sys check
    what guide did you follow
    Do this------^

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    Quote Originally Posted by peire View Post
    i run all my singing accept glee and def jam on 223mload in cfg loader and glee and def jam on 250base57 had no problems with it and 223 is the cios to use to play them type of games

    So, newb question, what is the point of having so many different cios files? USB mics couldn't be supported in the every day cios?
    Last edited by Tashier; 03-28-2011 at 12:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashier View Post
    So, newb question, what is the point of having so many different cios files? USB mics couldn't be supposed in the every day cios?
    Having multiple cIOS improves the compatability with all the games availible. Some games need specific IOS to get up 'n running.
    Having only one cIOS simply isn't going to work for all your games.

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    Last edited by Brian; 03-29-2011 at 09:24 AM.

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