Wii Freespace 2 control problem

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by digitaltim, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. digitaltim
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    digitaltim Newbie

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    Every thing seems to work fine until I start a mission... I can bind buttons etc......as soon as I start a mission I lose mouse control...all other binded buttons work... Mouse 'on' is selected in config.

    I'm using beta 3 and files from a bought version from GOG.com

    any ideas? Thanks in advance.
     
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    digitaltim Newbie

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    Problem fixed.

    First time I downloaded and installed form the homebrew browser. (no controls)

    I down loaded the beta 3 files and reinstaleld them on the sd card and it works.
     
  3. bin01

    bin01 GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi, as you know, in order to play this one you need the data files from the full retail game.
    Is there any space-lover who can gently provide the files needed:
    * root_fs2.vp
    * smarty_fs2.vp
    * sparky_fs2.vp
    * stu_fs2.vp
    * tango1_fs2.vp
    * tango2_fs2.vp
    * tango3_fs2.vp
    * warble_fs2.vp

    Im sure space-ship gamers would understand my situation.
    Thank you very very much in advance.
     
  4. digitaltim
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    gog.com

    $6
     
  5. Sir_Shaggy

    Sir_Shaggy GBAtemp Regular

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    I have a similar problem with the controls. The nunchuck doesn't respond to any commands, binds or movement. Anyone else have this problem?
     
  6. bin01

    bin01 GBAtemp Regular

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    buy it? oh come on, it doesnt even has cd-key for online gaming...
    Besides i dont know if they ship to non-USA countries- centralamerica
     
  7. FenrirWolf

    FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    they don't ship it, it's a direct download service. Also, the original PXO online servers have been gone for years and in its place there is an open source Multiplayer client that's free of charge. The game is well worth the purchase.

    As for your sig, BootMii/IOS is very useful. Future homebrew apps will depend on it and combined with WiiGator's cboot2 it provides the only way to install cIOS on a 4.0 LU64 Wii. This will likely be the go-to solution when future firmwares block the IOS35 downgrader bug as well. It's not useles if it can be used to ensure that all Wii's will be capable of running backups, not to mention all the other applications that will eventually come out that are a little more in line with what Team Twiizers imagined. =P

    Your post and your sig together suggest that you need to try doing some research before writing things off. kthx