2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Pal

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by moc, May 9, 2010.

  1. moc
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    moc Advanced Member

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    i have a pal wii 4.2e cios19 with ios 57 as base and i am using usb loader gx, when i play the game i get to the knockout stages of the world cup and the game freezes and makes the same buzzing noise as monster hunter tri if you dont use hermes v4 223

    Just played the game all the way through to the final and no freezing and buzzing sound, the freeze must of been a one off
     
  2. damysteryman

    damysteryman I am too busy IRL these days...

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    Hmmm...

    well, try running it under IOS223 v4, and see if that works.

    The game works fine for me (on disc) with DARKCORP.
     
  3. WalkerOfTheDay

    WalkerOfTheDay GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Strange.. it works fine for me. I'm using WiiFlow and Rev17 though..
    I just finished 2 matches of the knockout stages yesterday.
     
  4. TRushInfo

    TRushInfo Banned

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    same here working fine on usbgx cios rev17.
     
  5. cody821

    cody821 Newbie

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    I'm using WiiFlow and Rev17 and the same happens to me. only when i try to go online the console locks up with a strange buzzing sound ?
     
  6. WalkerOfTheDay

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    Sounds like a bad dump...
     
  7. HBK

    HBK Clover - Fearless to Speak Now. ;)

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    Happened to me on NTSC. I couldn't for the life of me access the online. It would freeze before connecting, even after I had played 8 or 9 games without a hitch. I had to resort to delete my save, which fixed the issue, and I just lost my single player stats (not the online ones since they are stored on EA's server db).