Is there a networkless version of the MIOS Patcher?

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  1. lancelott
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    I was able to get the Wii Backup Loader working right thanks to the offline package made by a member here.

    But I'm in a similar predicament with the MIOS Patcher... I don't have wifi, so I can't install it.

    Is there any sort of offline package I can use?
     
  2. WB3000

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    I know the regular patcher checks the SD for the MIOS files before installing. This was the way I had to do it. You need to get a few MIOS files from the NUS server, WiiGator has/had a few links in an earlier blog post.
     
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    You have to learn how to read correctly, read the official release notes again. All cIOS and cMIOS installers from WiiGator and Waninkoko work online and offline.
     
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    you need RVL-mios-v8.wad in the root of you SD card for offline installation
     
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    D'oh. So, which MIOS version is best to use? 4, 5, or 8?
     
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    4 or 5 i believe
     
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    I don't know, but since there are new gamecube games after the Wii release, i would go for 4. Why should nintendo update the MIOS? It wouldn't be for new games, but to introduce new protection.
     

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