Help with Donkey Kong Country Returns classic controller codes.

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  1. A_A_Battery
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    So I'm using the code that was posted here earlier that allows the use of the classic controller. I'm using V2 as shown below (pasted from the website linked at the bottom):

    Classic Controller Support (v2)
    C24A5F70 00000020
    38210050 7C0802A6
    80B50060 48000041
    80950000 7CA52378
    90B50000 80B50064
    4800002D 80950004
    7CA52378 90B50004
    80B50068 48000019
    80950008 7CA52378
    90B50008 7C0803A6
    4E800020 70A40020 --> button (in this case Y) which triggers the shake
    2C040000 4182000C
    38C0012D B0D50186
    38C00000 70A40800
    2C040000 41820008
    60C68000 70A40200 --> button (in this case R) which simulates a 1 press
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60200 70A40040 --> button (in this case B) which simulates a 2 press
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60100 70A40001
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60002 70A40002
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60008 70A48000
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60004 70A44000
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60001 70A40400
    2C040000 41820008
    60C60010 70A41000
    2C040000 41820008
    60C61000 7CC53378
    60000000 00000000
    04389B90 38A00000
    0438710C 28000009


    http://www.pixlbit.com/news?action=showNewsArticle&newsArticleId=1037


    The trouble I am having is that I would like to use the classic controller's left analong stick to move, not the control pad. The reason is that using this code, movement is slightly slower using the control pad. Is there an easy way to switch from control pad to control stick by modifying the above code? Is it even feasible?

    Also I have no coding experience on the wii.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    will you please help me load the code with cfg loader.

    I downloaded the file from http://www.pixlbit.c...sArticleId=1037
    tried version 1 and 2. made a new folder sd:\codes and tried the folder in sd:\usb-loader\codes

    i bet it'd help if i had the right ntsc and not a pal
     
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    No I don't know that it matters depending on NTSC and PAL.

    What I did was use Gecko OS and just put a codes file directly into the USB drive's root folder, so it's sd:\codes, not the other one.

    I don't know how cfg loader works so I can't help you there, but I used the LetterBomb method to get Wii Homebrew installed, and then I just got hold of Gecko OS and used that to load the game. It'll say codes detected in the code file, and it applies them then runs the game. Works like a charm.
     
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    I got the code working on cfg loader by using ntsc version of the game. DK is fun now that I don't have to use the nun chuck.
     
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    use... nunchuck? Isnt DKCR supposed to be horizontal wiimote? I think it is... I havnt played it in ages though lol.
     
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    No this hack is for playing it with the classic controller. It's just that the classic controller has both joysticks and directional buttons. The Joysticks allow for faster movement than the directional buttons do, so I was just wondering if anyone knew what hex values to change in order to use the joystick.
     
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    If anyone can modify the above code or knows what needs to be done to allow for Joystick support, that would be greatly appreciated.

    :)
     
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    I just found about this hack, this is freaking awesome!and the grab button isnt also for faster movement?
     
  10. Camaro45th

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    Sorry to dig this back up. I can't seem to get this to work. I've tried everything I can think of. Any tips or help?

    Nevermind another user helped me to get it working.
     

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