Loading games from USB Flash Drive

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Jul 28, 2010
  1. hamisev
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    Newcomer hamisev Member

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    I've been at this for a while now. A while back I hacked my Wii so that I could play games from a USB, At first I thought it completely worked but it doesn't. When I downloaded Let's Tap and Tatsunoko vs Capcom and put them on the USB Flash drive, both games work and they still do. However, when I try to put any other game on the USB drive, it doesn't work. Today I tried to play Tales of Graces on the USB drive. I've tried on USB Loader GX, CoverFloader, Configurable USB Loader and uLoader. The problem is that when I try to load the game from the USB drive it doesn't load to the game. What I mean by this is that for Example on Configurable USB Loader when I try and load the game it stops at:

    [+] Booting Wii Game, please wait...

    IOS222 mload...
    Base: IOS38 v4..

    It stops there

    I know that when loading tales of graces you have to set the console languages to Japanese and the IOS to 222.
    I've burned it on disc and played it but I really am trying to play it by USB Loader. My Wii is doing the Buzzing sound alot which is the reason why.

    Help me Please.
     
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    Former Staff ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    maybe you need the v5 of hermes cIOS instead of v4, or you should try cIOS223_v4...!! [​IMG]
     
  3. hamisev
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    Newcomer hamisev Member

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    I just tried it and I got this:

    IOS(223) mload...
    Base: IOS37 mload v5.0..

    Then it stops.

    Also I forgot to mention the blue light inside the wii blinks once, when it stops
     
  4. hamisev
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    anyone have a clue?
     

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