mload/yal...

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by GHBAimen, Jun 5, 2010.

Jun 5, 2010

mload/yal... by GHBAimen at 7:15 PM (3,371 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. GHBAimen
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    Hello! Uses Crap to make a channel to a game. The game is Guitar Hero 5. But when I can not use the cIOS 249 with IOS 57 as a base for Guitar Hero 5, so I have to use the Configurable forwarder to select cIOS to the cIOS 223 with IOS 37 as the base. But one thing confuses me. I do not know the difference between these:

    ios=223-mload
    ios=223-yal

    What is the difference between them?

    And as long as I ask, what is the difference between these:

    Configurable forwarder
    Configurable forwarder (no intro)

    Thanks for all the help I can get!

    /GHBAimen
     
  2. Dialexio

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    "mload" refers to Hermes's cIOS. "yal" refers to Kwiirk's cIOS. You're more likely to have Hermes's, since Kwiirk hasn't updated his for quite a while.

    The "no intro" version does not show the splash screen. The splash screen is the "Configurab USB Loader" image that appears when you use the loader.
     
  3. GHBAimen
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    Thanks! It was everything I wanted to know! I use Hermes cIOS, you're right!

    /GHBAimen
     
  4. GHBAimen
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    Have more questions now! Which should I choose between these:

    0 - WBFS1
    1 - WBFS2

    And this with NAND Loader... affect the channels I do in Crap?
    If it does, what should I choose? What do you recommend?
     
  5. TRushInfo

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    I recommend the readme txt
     

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