Darkcorp Question/Opinion

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Nov 15, 2010

Darkcorp Question/Opinion by mikey89 at 2:01 AM (1,157 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. mikey89
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    Newcomer mikey89 Advanced Member

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    I Download and installed cioscorp a long time ago. when i when i was burning disc and wanting to get them running in the disc channel. But now darkcorp has come out . i use CFG loader through external hard drive. So my question is What are the pros and cons(Pimpmywii doesnt work) of darkcorp/cioscorp. Also In your opinion should i update, uninstall or leave as is.
     
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    Member mauifrog DA KINE WiiHacker

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    Just leave it as is. USB loading only uses the cios you load the game with, so everything else is irrelevant.
     
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    Yeah but pimpmywii doesnt work with cioscorp and i would like a way to automatically update all my ios and other things with wifi.
     
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    Update what ios? For what purpose? Pimpmywii is not the best way to do this. You can update any ios you like with MMM or dopmii. But as I said, it is not necessary. Pimp my wii will not work because corp maxes out the version #'s of you ios, which can be a good thing. I suggest you drop pimpmywii and only update ios that you know need to be updated. If it is not broken, don't try to fix it.
     
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    Oh ok thx for explain that. Ok so why leave cioscorp as is and not update to darkcorp?
     
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    I think he was more talking about official IOSs.
    Well, in theory, if everything works, there's no reason to update.
    Though I can't see much harm in updating to DARKCORP (you'll need to uninstall cIOSCORP first though I think).
     
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    There is no reason not to update to darkcorp and no harm from it. But your not using it anymore, you are loading via usb.
     
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    Oh that make sense. But i thought cioscorp did more than just make the disc channel work. Is there a way to load usb to disc channel?
     
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    Well you can launch a game on USB directly from the wii menu using an ISO forwarder (Crap, Loadstructor..)
     
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    I heard you can also do that with sneek too?
     
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    Yeah you can, but sneek is a bit more complicated (not so much). I'm no expert on sneek so I cant say much though
     
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    If you've moved on to USB loading, I suggest uninstalling cIOScrap entirely USING THE UNINSTALLER PROVIDED OR BY REINSTALLING IOSES WITH DOP-MII. DON'T UNINSTALL ANY IOSES. USB loading has no use for it, and it's just in principle a very bad thing...

    To be clear, the cIOScorp package should have come with a separate folder that was labeled as an uninstaller. Use that to uninstall. Or you can use DOP-Mii to REINSTALL clean IOSes. NEVER delete/uninstall an IOS
     

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