How to get 2 microphones work?

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Oct 16, 2009
  1. teddylinx
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    Newcomer teddylinx Newbie

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    I was using USB loader GX
    it works fine with all my singing games (disney sing it, boogie...and others)
    however, i want to plug 2 microphones in order to play multiplayer mode
    i burned the game and run it with
    (1)disc channel
    (2)soft chip r99 -----only cios 249r14 works----- loca] error with cios,222,223, or others
    (3)neo gamma r7

    they work fine but the second microphone cannot be recognized
    only the Mic at left USB port (slot 2?)-- wii is in standing position-- works

    the current situation
    3.3U
    cios rev 14
    cios 222 v4 (38 merge 36)
    cios 223 v4 (38 merge 36)

    by the way
    USB loader only works when HD is at right USB port (slot 1)

    so i wonder,
    is slot 2 unable to recongnize USB microphone?
    is there is anything i can do
    please tell me
    thanks
     
  2. teddylinx
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    Newcomer teddylinx Newbie

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    question is sloved
    install
    "Custom IOS37 with IOS36 rev7 dip as IOS232"
    with "multi cios installer"

    and run "IOS 232" with softchip

    i have tested karaoke revolution 2
    i am not sure about other games
    but it seems IOS232 is required for wired microphones
     
  3. Fat D

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    This is most likely due to the custom EHCI code disabling the OHCI on that port. An easy solution would be to reserve the other port for your USB HDD, burning the game will not get you anything if that game is compatible with USB loading. If one port is not enough, the OHCI port can easily be multiplied using USB hubs, so you can run everything you might need, including but not limited to
    USB Keyboards
    Speciality controllers (like microphones)
    an Ethernet adapter
    Wii Speak
    etc.
    from that one port.
     

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