cioscorp prob

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by mark_hopley, Dec 2, 2009.

Dec 2, 2009

cioscorp prob by mark_hopley at 12:18 AM (517 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. mark_hopley
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    Newcomer mark_hopley Newbie

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    My daughter has a wii that was chipped with yaoism 1.9 about 2 years ago. when games started to get the 001 error I decided to softmod it to play later games.

    She now wants to play csi deadly intent so I have updated it to 4.2 and re-softmodded using xzxero's guide. I now realise from another thread on here though that this game wont run from a loader and needs to be run using cioscorp so I have now installed that. However I still get error 001 when I try to run game from disc channel. Is this because of the chip installed or is it a prob with cioscorp? Game was burnt on a dvd-r is this a prob?

    Would appreciate help with this as my daughter is obsessed with csi.
     
  2. longtom1

    Member longtom1 Keep an eye on my posts cause I quick edit frequen

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    use neogamma from the hbc you only needed IOS53 from cioscorp for the game to work works from the disk channel on my softmod
     
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    yes only ios 53 needed and it also works for me from the disk channel (crappy ass game in my opinion)
     
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    Thanks for replys. what type of disk did you use +r or -r?
     
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    -R media is recommended, but +R work, too (depends on manufactor).
     

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