USB Loader on chipped Wii

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by BigSteel, May 30, 2010.

May 30, 2010

USB Loader on chipped Wii by BigSteel at 9:22 PM (1,024 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. BigSteel
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    I have softmodded tonnes of Wii's and installed USB Loader. I have someone that wants USB Loader installed on their Wii. It is already chippped. Is there anything special I need to know, or should I just go through the full softmod process (4.2U).
     
  2. gameboy13

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    Just go through the full softmod process. It shouldn't hurt anything.
     
  3. Juanmatron

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    And what?
     
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    It will work flawless. Just follow the guide that is a sticky.
     
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    just install the hbc and wans Cios rev17 (at least) and your fav usb loader that's all you need to do.
     
  6. BigSteel
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    That is what I sort of figured. Wouldn't that then give me the most benefits of the chip (game compatability because I am no screwing around with a bunch of the Cios)?
     
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    chips have no relation to usb loading compatibility and nothing to do do with cios, the chip is for dvds
     

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