Wad loader Problem

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Feb 17, 2010

Wad loader Problem by Zmanattack at 4:35 AM (831 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Zmanattack
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    Newcomer Zmanattack Member

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    I'm not sure what to do in this situation. I accidentally deleted the wm_config.txt when i was cleaning out my old wads of the sd card.

    Now when i load wad manager it asks me what ios to use. Should i just go ahead and choose 249 again or will that in some way reset my wii?

    Is it possible for someone to post the wm_config.txt or is it wii unique?
     
  2. XFlak

    Member XFlak Wiitired but still kicking

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    copy this into a text file and name it wm_config.txt, this one is set to disable nand emulation and use ios249, u can change that if u like

    also, u can use any fakesigned ios to install wads, cios249 is one of them


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    ; wm_config.txt resides in sd:/wad, and it is optional. You will get all the prompts if you don't have this file.
    ; The param keywords are case-sensitive at this point.
    ; No spaces precede the keyword on a line
    ; If you don't have a password in the config file, the default is no password
    ; If you don't have a startupPath, the default is /wad
    ; If you don't have any of the other parameters, it will prompt you for it
    ; To bypass any of the params, just comment out the line using a ";" at the beginning of the line
    ; Blank lines are ignored.
    ;
    ; Password=your_password (LRUD only, where L=left, R=right, U=up, D=down on the WiiMote or GC Controller, max 10 characters)
    ; StartupPath=startupPath (starting at the root dir "/"). Be sure that the path exists, else you will get an error.
    ;
    ;Password=UDLRUD
    ;StartupPath=/myWad
    
    ; Example of StartupPath at the root of the SD card
    ;StartupPath=/
    
    ; cIOS: 249, 222, whatever
    cIOSVersion=249
    
    ; FatDevice: sd usb usb2 gcsda gcsdb
    ;FatDevice=sd
    
    ; NANDDevice: Disable SD USB
    ; Note that WM will prompt for NAND device only if you selected cIOS=249
    NANDDevice=Disable
     
  3. Zmanattack
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    Newcomer Zmanattack Member

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    I'm confused slightly. It says there is a password. If i copy paste this won't it require me to enter a password?
     
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    Member FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Omit the password part from the ini file, then.
     
  5. XFlak

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    every line of code that starts with a semi-colon ( ; ) is omitted (ie. it turns that line into a comment), so having the semi-colon in front of the password line is the same as erasing it... if u want a password, remove the semi-colon from that line

    like i said, if u copy and paste that all it does is use ios249 and disable nand emulation
     

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