trying to install divx..

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Jan 6, 2009

trying to install divx.. by dlxowhd at 6:42 AM (793 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. dlxowhd
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    ok so i already have cios36rev7 and gamma installed... also have shop channel thing (ios51) installed.
    now i want to play dvd movies on my wii, so gonna try to install divx.
    is it gonna be ok or will there be a conflict?
    because i already have ios249 installed (for gamma loader, right?) and if i understand correctly, divx will also install to ios249.
    so will there be a conflict of some sort?
     
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    I think you"re talking of DVDx ?

    There will be no conflict, it will install a hidden channel only, no cIOS.
     
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    yeah dvdx.
    so i can just install to 249?
     
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    The need to install DVDx to use cIOS249 was for leaked backup launcher. If you only plan to use it for dvd reading you should install it on default configuration.
     
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    mmm ok i ran the installer,
    it has 3 options: normal install, patchmii install, advanced install.
    when i go to the advanced install, i can choose ios.. so do i choose 249 here?
    or should i just do the normal install?
    what's the difference?
     
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    You are supposed to choose normal install if you don't have a mod-chip.
     

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