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Setting the sm for ios249 and enabling 'force wii games to run under ios249' have been applied. But I seem to get the 002 error. I went to patch the main.dol for the games that gave me the error. But the generic wii patcher does not detect that they have 002. Is there any fix for priiloader?
 

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Josh192 said:
Setting the sm for ios249 and enabling 'force wii games to run under ios249' have been applied. But I seem to get the 002 error. I went to patch the main.dol for the games that gave me the error. But the generic wii patcher does not detect that they have 002. Is there any fix for priiloader?
Don't use this method, simple as that. It will only cause Errors, from the Games and the Systemmenu, like your Error 002, which, as far as I know, can't be patched out of a game.

Use NeoGamma or Darkcorp (which I wouldn't recommend, btw.) instead.
 

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if newer wii with d3-2 chip,,, and u enable that option u cant load even original Games (like Wii Sports).
 

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Okay cool thanks alot. Luckily its a launch Wii
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