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    Smile helppppp!!!!!!

    had my wii modded with wiikey2 about a month ago, i can play any original or backup pal game but when i put an ntsc game in the screen goes black and does nothing.. any info welcome and thanks in advance....

    rgs raymond

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    try booting in gecko OS

    if u got 3.3+, dont edit the game, and it might work

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    hi!!

    hi m8 and thanks for your quick reply, sorry forgot to mention one of the kids updated to 3.4e when trying animal crossing while i was'nt at home. does this make a difference. i read somewhere you could not install homebrew channel or geko while at this firmware..

    cheers!!

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    beta 2 is needed
    adn gecko OS no difference

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    I've used gamma loader to boot a ntsc game no worries, so theres a 2nd option for you.

    of course you'd need to install the homebrew channel etc to access it as well.

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    where would i get beta 2 and gamma loader and are they just install programmes.. sry for being stupid..

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    Quote Originally Posted by trekster View Post
    I've used gamma loader to boot a ntsc game no worries, so theres a 2nd option for you.

    of course you'd need to install the homebrew channel etc to access it as well.
    hi trekster and thanks for your reply was your firmware the same as mine when you used gamma boot loader. if so where would i get the version you used..


    cheers!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smickeruls View Post
    hi trekster and thanks for your reply was your firmware the same as mine when you used gamma boot loader.

    Considering Im not a psychic and you didn't state what firmware you were using I wouldn't have a clue :P :P :P


    But I use 3.2 and I installed the loader when I downgraded from 3.4.


    Hope that helps.

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    sry i thought you had read my earlier post which i had noted my firmware was at 3.4e. do i need to downgrade first..

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    Quote Originally Posted by smickeruls View Post
    sry i thought you had read my earlier post which i had noted my firmware was at 3.4e. do i need to downgrade first..

    Sorry I was looking in your 1st post for your firmware, If I was you I'd still downgrade to 3.2, use canada guide, Follow it exactly as it says and you will have no problems at all, By doing this you will get 3.2 + have starfall + gamma loader as well

    http://www.wiihacks.com/faq-guides-t...atutorial.html


    Go for it!!!!!!!!

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