which CIOS to use for DVDx

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Aug 18, 2009

which CIOS to use for DVDx by caiweilian at 7:12 AM (1,104 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. caiweilian
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    Newcomer caiweilian Member

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    Hi all,

    I remember reading DVDx on a modchip will requires some CIOS to be installed. Any idea which CIOS i should install and where can I get them?
    Please help....

    I don't know what CIOS 222 or 223 or 220 is for... and which one should I use...


    Thanks...


    FYI:
    Wii 4.1U
    Modchip wiikey2 version 1.2
    CIOS38 Rev 14 installed
    NO BOOTMII
    MPlayer CE 0.7
    DVDX installed using hackmii installer 0.3(however dont know how to make it work)
     
  2. Senbonzaku101

    Member Senbonzaku101 GBAtemp Regular

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    On a softmodded Wii you only need DVDx and MPlayer CE, have you tried running the DVD yet?
     
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  4. caiweilian
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    i used to install 3.4 version of DVDx for 3.4U using the advance option and Patchmii, however, I still cannot play any DVD...
    I browse thru my system using any title deleter, and I still see the DVDX listing there. Do I have to delete that ticket?
    My wiikey2, still does not allow me to play any DVD movie retail disc...

    Anyway, do I still need to install that CIOS for USB2.0? I only want to make my wii able to play DVD movie disc...

    I do not know if after I install the CIOS will I still be able to use the Guitar Hero USB microphone...

    Please advice....
     
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    Member FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    That cIOS won't interfere with USB peripherals.
     
  6. caiweilian
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    thanks. Will try it tonight.
     

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