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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by sk0ld, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. Maxternal

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    I take it you're using Windows XP or earlier. It needs to be at least Vista.
     
  2. the_randomizer

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    Fixed that for you.
     
  3. greenchili

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    Yeah anyone care to send me a check to pay for said OS?

    Thanks, much appreciated.

    I'm gonna try my Vista laptop. But for someone to think that everyone is using windows 7 these days is not such a wise thing to do.
     
  4. Maxternal

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    Don't worry about it, I have my reasons for hating Vista.
     
  6. sonictopfan

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    While I have Windows 7, and I admit it's very good and very reliable, I still use Windows XP from time to time, in fact I'm using it right now!
     
  7. greenchili

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    Uggh.. no luck anyways. The stuff runs in Vista however the screenshots are scrambled.

    I tried it with both my component and the normal cables (l/r audio and composite) to be sure.
     
  8. Maxternal

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    Actually, there's a DIFFERENT version packed with the DM v2.6 download. You might want to try that one out just in case. (I can't test it either since I'm also an XP user.)

    EDIT : Actually, I just realized the one packed with 2.5 is the same one packed with 2.6 so either he updated them all with an even newer v3 before I got hold of it or he forgot he just forgot to update the one he's been packing into these things.
     
  9. greenchili

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    Thanks.. just tried it.. same error... :(

    Won't matter much if the original screenshots are screwed up anyways. Unless it is just the particular game I'm trying. I only tried it with Super Monkey Ball.
     
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    There's your problem right there.
     
  11. greenchili

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    Stop with the misinformation please.. it doesn't help the situation.

    I'm no big fan of Vista either but it does run the app correctly.
     
  12. xavis75211

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    ya i had it working on vista too. but theres a 32bit and a 64bit exe file. someone linked the 32bit exe file here somewhere, i think it was before the site was hacked. was the sneek google code page though.
     
  13. Cyan

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    There's no 32bit and 64bit version.
    There's one "working on XP" and the others.
    The one working on XP can be found on sneek's google code.
     
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  14. xavis75211

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    "not a valid win32 application" is the error message that comes up when using a 64bit exe on 32bit OS. if it works on vista it'll work on XP and vise versa. if it was made to not work on XP it wouldn't say its not a valid win32 application.
     
  15. biolizard89

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    Not true. I can get that message simply by corrupting an .exe file so that Windows can't read it. Take a blank .txt file, rename it to .exe, and you'll get that message too. The program is in a format that XP doesn't understand, it has nothing to do with word size.
     
  16. themanuel

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  17. xavis75211

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    eh. i was on vista 32bit and i couldn't get the one provided by DM. i had to get the one from the sneek page to work. so i say it is a 32bit/64bit exe thing.
     
  18. wizball1973

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    I have the same problem. Using 2.6 only 2 disc games will load.

    I went back to 2.4 and everything is fine again.

    I have also redownloaded the 2.6 wad (time stamp is 4:43pm - latest) and still no go.

    Any ideas?

    Do I have to rename all my single disc games game.iso now?
     
  19. sonictopfan

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    I had the impression you always needed the iso to be called "game.iso" in order for DML to recognize it!
     
  20. Cyan

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    your single disc games should already be named "game.iso", as most loaders are only seeing this filename.
    USBLoaderGX allow other names, like GameID, and iso and gcm extension are supported (making 4 possible filenames for disc1).
    But DM's auto-swap feature is using hardcoded "game.iso" and "disc2.iso", so yes you need to rename them.

    You are saying that games with only one game are never working on DM2.6?
    I tested single disc and multi-disc games with DM2.6 and all is working fine.
     
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