USB LOADER GX Code Dump

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by WiiForgotten, Jun 18, 2009.

Jun 18, 2009

USB LOADER GX Code Dump by WiiForgotten at 9:24 PM (1,567 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. WiiForgotten

    Newcomer WiiForgotten Advanced Member

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    Ok So some of the games that are PAL I either get code dump or it has black/ green screen
    I force NTSC too
    I use the NEW REV 516
    but then it doesnt detect my usb at all
    so i have to go back to 447


    I have CIOS Rev 10 Installed
     
  2. Hooya

    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Try different game force settings - many games do not require forcing video and will not work if you try forcing them. First thing is always try to run a game at default settings first and only try one tweak at a time until you find the setting that works for that game.

    Update to cIOSrev13 or use Hermes' cIOS222
    Update to USB Loader revision 522
    Make sure you use the right USB port on your Wii (if it doesn't work, switch ports)
    Make sure your WBFS partition is set as active, not just logical
     
  3. WiiForgotten

    Newcomer WiiForgotten Advanced Member

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    Thanks for your reply!

    Tried all game settings
    but now more often i tend to get Code Dump Errors
    Is CIOS Rev 13 Stable? Like I want almost all games to work and which one a or b?
    Switched ports same problem
    How do you set it as active ?
     
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    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Try revision 12. Ghostbusters won't work, but most every other game will.

    You'll have to use a disk management utility to set flags on your boot partition. Google for how to set boot flags on partitions for your operating system.
     

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