Hi everyone. da_letter_a here. I've been working on a project lately and I've finally finished it! Yes you guessed what it is! I present to you now... cIOSCORP v3.1! Here's the README: Code: It finally exists! I, da_letter_a, now present to you all: cIOSCORP v3.1! What is it? It's a software modification for your Nintendo Wii to allow you to play your backup burnt games via the disc channel without opening your console or having to use a loader application. How to install it? Unpack the contents of this .zip file to your SD card and run the "cIOSCORP v3.1 Installer" application via the Homebrew Channel, sit back, and wait. Does it work with LU64+ consoles? As it is based on all the latest versions of IOS, theoretically it should be. None of my testers had LU64+ consoles to test it on, so install at your own risk. cIOSCORP v3.1 uses waninkoko's IOS249 rev14's DIP module, except for IOSes 30, 36, 50, and 60, which have rev13b's DIP module. This is so Super Smash Bros. Brawl will work correctly (as rev14's DIP breaks dual layer support). 3.1? why not v3? cIOSCORP v3 used rev13's DIP module, and that gave #001 error for a lot of games, so I used rev14's DIP module as soon as it came out. bc-trucha? cmios? These are for loading backup gamecube discs. The bc included is the latest, but with the trucha bug intact (so it can load cmios), and the cmios is Wiigator's Custom mios (with GC backup launcher in it). Credits: waninkokoÂÂÂÂ- made the cIOS249 we all know and love, I used DIP ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂmodules from that to make cIOSCORP v3.1 WiigatorÂÂÂÂ- made the cmios which is used in this cIOSCORP v3.1 WiiPowerÂÂÂÂ- for telling me about rev14's DIP Module breaking ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂDual Layer Support All of my testers. Some things I forgot to put in the README before uploading: 1. Requirement: waninkoko's cIOS36 rev7 or above (ability to install trucha signed system content) 2. Even though all the IOSes are the latest version, the trucha bug has been put back into them, and both IOS36 and IOS60 have the ES_Identify patch in them too. 3. If you have preloader installed, make sure the "System Menu IOS" setting is set to IOS 60, If it's not, just load preloader (hold down reset) and change it. Here's the link to the .dol as posting wads is against the rules (even though MiiWii did it): (just run it and do what it says) Download Enjoy!