Use hermes 222/223 DIP Module in cioscorp instead of REV14 DIP????????

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  1. technom8t
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    Wondering if anyone can help?

    I am currently unable to load TMNT smash up via my disc channel (Cioscorp) just getting a black screen, i think this is most probably due to the fact that The game uses Cioscorp's CIOS(CIOS55) in order to load the game, but as this CIOS uses the REV14 dip module, and the game is dual layer then this may be why it is not loading. So i tried replacing the dip module with REV12, but still would not load. I then proceeded to replace the Dip module in the CIOS again, this time with the DIP module from Hermes 222/223 , but now i get the error message telling me to eject the disc and turn my wii off. I know that Hermes has DL disc support.

    So the question is does anyone know how to boot this game via Cioscorp?

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    Does anyone know how i can get the DIP module from Hermes to work with my CIOS? ( is there some sort of compatibility issue maybe??)

    P.s the game loads via Neogama R7 no problem LOL , which makes this all the more annoying for me LOL

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    TMNT Smash Up is dual layer? News to me...
     
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    the games works perfect for me on rev 14 plus its not a DL games as Oldboy points out, most likely the sh**ty cioscrap you got installed
     
  4. damysteryman

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    1. Hermes' cIOS does not have a custom DIP module (it's for USB loaders)
    2. AFAIK TMNT Smash Up is not a Dual-Layer Disc
    3. I already have had a cIOSCORP v3.5 tester replying that it works with v3.5, so just wait a little longer
     
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    ok my appoligies- i thought it was dual layer and that is why the black screen :-(, i haven't had a game that didn't load via Cioscorp before.

    will hang fire as you say.
     
  6. damysteryman

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    You're not the only one that has troubles. I don't have the game so I can't personally test. AFAIK for some people it just works, for others it just doesn't. Don't really know why though. But at least I have a tester that got it working fine.
     
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    Try Gecko OS if it works with that then you need to patch the video mode with GWP.
     
  8. Helwem

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    but in the program 3.1 Uloader if have a dip_plugin
     
  9. King Of Chaos

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    Yeah, it's not a dual layer game. If you want to play it in cIOSCORP v3.4 in the meantime, make sure you have cIOS rev 14 installed and use NeoGamma to launch the game.
     
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    yea i got tmnt working with cios38 rev 14 via softchip and neogamma

    im prettys cIOScorp 3.5 will address this issue.
    you know tmnt came out after 3.4 was released
     

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