Numerous fatal errors with setting up Dios-Mios

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Jul 25, 2012
  1. IceClimbers
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    Newcomer IceClimbers Member

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    Hi guys. Alright so last night I finally tried to set up Dios-Mios. I installed 2.0 via wad (I procrastinated not knowing there was a new version), booted up USB Loader rev 1193, pointed it to /games/, but was not able to boot the game. I got an error message saying "fatal error app_main: dst not in MEM1!". Went back, found out there was a 2.2, updated, went back into USB Loader, booted up the game, and it booted up the game in the drive. I tried removing the game from the drive and booting it and I got "fatal error: apploader size is zero!". How do I go about fixing this? I can't patch my own rips since I have a mac so I've been having to find some pre-patched ones and reading it could be a problem with the iso breaks my heart. Would upgrading to rev 1197 be the solution or something?
     
  2. HackAllDevices

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    i get the same errors please tell me if u fix it
     
  3. IceClimbers
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    I tried an unscrubbed, unconverted Super Mario Sunshine and it actually worked. I'm curious if I can use scrubbed ones. I'd read that in an update you didn't need to convert them.

    What does the disc ripper do when you rip it to the hard drive? Is it just the raw image? How does that play?

    I'm not ripping them myself cause every time I do it freezes.
     
  4. Fishaman P

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    It helps if you load it through a proper loader, like Configurable USB Loader.

    Also, if you start the game with a disc in the drive, don't take it out.
    Usually, you'll be fine if you start without one in.
     

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