Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword help

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by LuisGonzalez, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. LuisGonzalez
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    Hi, names Luis, I know i should probably be making an intro post on here before asking for help, but I really want help with this above anything atm. (don't worry ill make a proper intro post in the right spot later)

    Anyways, I just got Skyward sword via the scene release through torrent.
    And I had it running up until the wiimotion plus tutorial last night, but then the game would crash and bring me back to system menu.

    I try again today after installing an alleged fix for the D2X cios files for current games out recently. This time, the game doesn't get past the loading screen after i boot from WiiFlow, from there it will either; go back to Wii Menu, or crash and give me error #001.

    My wii version is 4.3u, and was smash stacked, has the latest updates for the applications for homebrew.(or at least I'm going to assume they're the latest ones as I've been updating through the app it self)

    I have run a syscheck on my wii, just to see if this would help you guys any.

    This one is from syscheck 2.0.1, there were no freezes on any of the IOS's

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    and another report from dopmii

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    I'm not an expert with this, I am familiar with homebrew and what not, and it shouldn't be too hard to help me. Again I am sorry for posting and requesting help before introducing myself properly.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Lacius

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    You failed to mention the base IOS files used to install d2x v7. You also failed to mention which version of WiiFlow you're using. I recommend you try the latest version of Configurable USB Loader and 249d2x56 (if not already installed).
     
  3. LuisGonzalez
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    LuisGonzalez Newbie

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    uhh base ios used for D2x

    cIOS245[37]
    cIOS246[38]
    cIOS247[53]
    cIOS248[55]
    cIOS249[56]
    cIOS250[57]
    cIOS251[58]
    and for WiiFlow I am using R417, I will try out that bootloader.
     
  4. JoostinOnline

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    You can delete the ones in bold.
     
  5. LuisGonzalez
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    CFG v70 with 249d2x56 has worked, thank you both very much.
     
  6. WiiPower

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    95% of the people can delete all except the base IOS56 one. I never understand why people always tell to install the one with base IOS57 in general. When you tell somebody to install the base IOS57 one as well, please tell him or her why and how to actually use it when required.
     
  7. JoostinOnline

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    Black Ops is one of the most popular games for the Wii, so 95% is far from accurate.
     
  8. thehopeman

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    The only thing you need to do ..... is to use IOS whatever slot with base 56 if you use WiiFlow.
    and if you use CFG USB Loader just specify the slot where base 56 is.. it works with d2x v7a5 and up

    and if you still got a black screen. just alt dol. to "player.dol" for the first time .(you'll get a funny WM+ video...). and then back to regular.

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  9. JoostinOnline

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    You don't need v7 alpha 5, nor should you be using it. Use v6. Base 56 and running player.dol directly aren't necessity either.