1. Androidian

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    My Wii won't load any game other than Mario Kart Wii that has been patched for wiimmfi. I have wiiflow set to use cIOS 250 for USB loading. Is there a specific version of cIOS 5hwt I need to use in order for all the games to work with USB compatibility?
     
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    If you could post a SysCheck it would help. Ill make a few suggestions.

    1. Update to Wiiflow-Lite 5.2.0 if you haven't already "I'm using WFL 5.3.0 beta 6."

    2. In Wiiflow Settings>Startup Settings
    Force Load cIOS>On
    Force cIOS Revision>Auto
    USB Port>0
    Mount SD Only>No

    3. If the problem still exists, delete the wiiflow.ini or wiiflow_lite.ini located in
    SD>apps>wiiflow>

    If you have your apps folder on USB, check
    USB>apps>wiiflow

    If these do not solve your issue, post a SysCheck. There are many willing to help but you must provide information. Good Luck
     
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    Here is my SysCheck.
     

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    1. Are you using Hard Disc Drive or Flash Drive?

    2. Is your Drive formatted to FAT32, NTFS or WBFS?

    3. Are you trying to play Wii or GameCube games (Both)? & we're any other games working previously?

    Your MIOS v4 is anchient (v10) is what you need. This could be causing GameCube to not work.

    IOS236 Beer Ticket? I'm not sure what that is exactly. Maybe someone can chime in to verify this is or isn't a problem.

    One last thing, are your Wii games in .wbfs format located in "wbfs" folder?

    Example...
    USB>wbfs>Boom Blox [RBKE69]>RBKE69.wbfs
     
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    I am using a flash drive that is 128GB in size, formatted to FAT32, and all the games worked perfectly fine until I moved the Wii from TV to TV. I have all of my WBFS files exactly how they are layed out in the example. I actually use a backup manager so that I don't have to go through each and every Title ID. Not sure if this is useful, but i'm using the Wiiflow mastermod version. Not sure if thats the problem or not...


    About MIOS... Is there a tut that you can link to me for updating it? thx.
     
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    https://sites.google.com/site/completesg/backup-launchers/gamecube/cmios

    Did you happen to delete the wiiflow.ini file located in usb>apps>wiiflow>wiiflow.ini ? If not, i would try that first before getting too far along. Your cIOS look good & yes you can & should force IOS250. Many say that Flash Drives are usually the root of these kind of problems, but i cannot verify since i have never used a Flash Drive and experienced this issue. You had your games all working on a different TV set so open WiiFlow & check...

    Settings>Default video mode>system.

    If this does not work & these steps did not work...

    1. Update to Wiiflow-Lite 5.2.0 if you haven't already "I'm using WFL 5.3.0 beta 6."

    2. In Wiiflow Settings>Startup Settings
    Force Load cIOS>On
    Force cIOS Revision>250
    USB Port>0
    Mount SD Only>No

    I would try using USB Loader GX -Or- Configurable USB to see whether or not the issue is isolated to WiiFlow.

    I think a re-mod using ModMii is only a last resort.
    Hopefully this can be fixed.
     
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