Guide to using Ocarina in USB-loaders?

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May 5, 2009
  1. SwedishGojira
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    I've been trying to get a hold of how to use the "Ocarina"-function in Ultimate USB-loader (and other loaders) but have not found much info, except for some YouTube videos wich do not work for me. Can someone please make a short guide with some pictures so that I can use this.

    Thanks in advance!

    (Yes, I have searced the forum. Everytime I do a search for ocarina I get a timeout or other problems so don't bitch at me for not trying...)
     
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    which usb loader are you using? do you have a codes folder on the root of your sd card? in codes folder you'll need to have a game id.gct file inside.
     
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    How do you get ocarina working for UL ultimate?
     
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    do you have a windows live messenger account?
     
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    I have got nothing, that's why I need a guide... I use Ultimate Loader v 7.4, wich should have the ability to use ocarina.
    How do I get the codes? How should I put them on the SD for the program to read them? How do I select wich codes to activate?
     
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    Have a read of this

    You need to download cheats from the site in the link above as .txt files. I put all these files in a folder called "txtcodes" but this is up to you!

    Use a program to read the .txt files, such as Cheat Manager of Wii Code Manager, select the cheats you want, and save. Cheats will be saved to a .gct files in the "Codes" folder on your SD card. A file for Mario Kart Wii PAL should end up being called "RMCP01.gct"

    In the Ultimate USB Loader, you can activate the cheat by selecting the game, selecting settings, and turn on Ocarina and start the game.
     
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    So I just create a "codes" (w/o the quotes) folder in the root of the sd card and UL ultimate will utilize it? Do I need to edit the config file for the loader?
     
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    Thanks guys!
    I'll try them out on my Wii when I get home from work.
    Too bad there's no compined program to download, generate .gct and then boot the game in one program.
    Have I got it right that you need to generate a new .gct every time I activate or deactivate a cheat?
    If so that sounds unnecessary to me. I mean even on the DS you can select wich cheats to use before you boot the game... but I'm no coder so I won't whine about it [​IMG]
     
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    just check out the zip file i posted,
    1. install codemgr.exe onto your pc
    2.file open txt (whichever .txt you want to load)
    3.choose which codes you want to activate
    4.click export to gct (choose your drive letter of you sd card)
    5.you should automatically have a "codes" folder on the root of your sd card with a .gct file inside
    hope this helps
     
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    but dont be a dick and use them online will ya lol
     
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    No worries there as I never play online on my Wii. Friendcodes suck! I have both PS3 and Xbox 360 for online play [​IMG]
     
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    i don't go online with the wii really either mario kart wii is the only decent thing, xbox 360 for me all the way online. tempted by a ps3 just because its a blu ray player as well.
     

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