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Wii USB Loader Error

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by SlipyX, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. SlipyX

    SlipyX Member

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    So, my Wii has the newest update, and I am trying to install the Wii USB Loader Wad. Homebrewed via twilight hack, also using WAD manager 1.3

    1. I put the wad file in the wad folder in the root of the sd card
    2. I made a folder in the apps folder called usb_loader
    3. I put the boot.dol in the folder
    4. I used wad manager to try and run it
    5. Got error 2011

    I hear others get these errors but none with the newest update.
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    "So, my Wii has the newest update" - which version?

    "I am trying to install the Wii USB Loader Wad." - which version?
  4. larrylje

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    First off a little more info would be helpful.

    Specifically what firmware are you on (not the newest)?

    What homebrew do you have installed (do you have Homebrew Channel)?

    Second off I have no idea how anyone could run the boot.dol file placed in the usb_loader folder with WAD Manager!

    WAD Manager installs wad files that are placed in the wad folder. It doesn't run .dol files (unless I am crazy and have missed something).
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  5. SlipyX

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    I think it's 4.0, and the only info i have on the usb loader is:

    Forwarder_USB_Loader_sound.wad, it;s 2243 kb
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    I have the homebrew channel installed, and I am NOT trying to run a .dol file, I am trying to run a WAD file, it is already in the wad folder.

    Maybe I should clarify for everyone else

    1. Already homebrewed Wii via Twilight Hack
    2. Have homebrew channel installed
    3. Made a folder in the apps folder called usb_loader
    4. Placed the boot.dol in that folder
    5. Took Forwarder_USB_Loader_sound.wad and put it in the WAD folder in the root of the USB
    6. Turned on the wii, opened wad manager, tried to run Forwarder_USB_Loader_sound.wad
    7. Started to process
    8. Came back with a 2011 error
    9. Had to forcefully shut down wii

    Hopefully that is enough detail.
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    do you at least have cIOS36 installed?
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  8. larrylje

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    As cee43ja1 has brought up do you have a cIOS installed?

    If not you can go HERE and follow this guide to install the cIOS.

    After you have the cIOS36_rev9 installed then you should be able to install the usb loader forwarder wad.
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    I'll try that thanks
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    It seems like there will be new hack tommorrow (4/23/09) where wii in 4.0 homebrew can be installed again..

    http://softmii.org/v2/

    so if you cannot install anything from yafaze at least there a new solution coming..
  11. SlipyX

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    Yup, worked like a charm, testing out the channel now. Thank you for your help!

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