USB HDD + the USB Broadband Adapter

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by CreX, May 12, 2009.

  1. CreX
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    CreX GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi!

    I found a limitation or bug using USB Loader with an USB HDD. When I have the Wii set up with Wired connection (Broadband adapter) the Wii freezes within the first 5 minutes of playtime if you booted the game from a HDD using USB Loader. If I let the broadband adapter still be plugged in the Wii but I change the Wii settings to run on Wireless, it works flawlessly! No game freezes.

    Has someone else this problem, or is it even a known bug in the Waninkoko Loader? Too low power output for both devices?
    Does someone have an idea of what to do? Or even a fix?


    I'm running cIOS36 rev10 and USBLoader 1.5


    CreX
     
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  2. noONE

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    It's a known problem with the USBloader that other USB devices has problems working.
    Wait for a new release of cIOS/Loader
     
  3. CreX
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    CreX GBAtemp Regular

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    Great to hear that! Thanks for insane fast answer, polarn! [​IMG]
     
  4. hdhacker

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    Don't be too happy. There's no release date for the new CIOS that will support it.
     
  5. CreX
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    CreX GBAtemp Regular

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    Hmm. ye thats true. just have to hold my hopes high then [​IMG]
     
  6. AlBa

    AlBa GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi, been searching for someone having the "near kindda same" problem as mine...
    Glad i found it ( tho i'd have preferred not having a problem at all :/ )
    I just installed usb loader 1.5 and cios rev10.
    I installed USB 2.0 cIOS for homebrews too
    and reinstalled dvdx on IOS 202 like it's described here in wiibrew.
    Usb loader works *only if* i have only the usb hdd connected to the wii.
    If i let my ethernet adapter connected, it doesn't see the wbfs partition.
    Worst: all my media players *died* in the process : Mplayer CE 0.5 codedumps on startup, and Geexbox's menu's font don't show up.

    Does someone have a clue on how to make work the whole thing ( media player homebrews + usb loader ) with everything connected?
    Thanks in advance
     
  7. AlBa

    AlBa GBAtemp Regular

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    I solved my MplayerCE + Broadband adapter problem :
    I uninstalled DVDx, delete 202 cIOS with anyTitleDeleter, installed cios rev9 over.
    Works like a charm now. Sure it must be working using usb 1.1 speeds, but for streaming xvid over network it's enough.
     
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