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Descargar Neogamma R9 Beta 52






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NeoGamma is a modification of WiiGator's Gamma backup loader, see "old readme.txt"


FILEPATHS:

Ocarina codes: "NeoGamma/codes" or "codes"
gameconfig.txt: "NeoGamma/gameconfig.txt" or "gameconfig.txt" or "codes/gameconfig.txt"
.dols: "NeoGamma" (either 4 or 6 digits of the disc id)
Patches(.wip files): "NeoGamma" (either 4 or 6 digits of the disc id)
Menu files(.wdm files): "NeoGamma" (either 3, 4 or 6 digits of the disc id)
Config file: (sd card only) "NeoGamma/NeoGamma.cfg"




DVD+R/bad burn/DL problem?

Sadly this can't be identified further. The drive returns error code 03023A00 on almost everything, on DVD+R
without bitsetting with and without cIOS, bad burns and on drives that have trouble reading DL. Only
no cIOS + DVD-R/DVD+R with bitsetting results in another error(00053000).




PROBLEMS WITH OCARINA?

Try the different hooktypes.




PROBLEMS WITH USB LOADING?

*New possible fix*
Insert any usb device in the top port while the HDD is inserted in the bottom port.

- NeoGamma is not able to load games from usb with rev12(maybe rev11 does not work too) of Waninkoko's cIOS
- Make sure you are using the bottom usb port, the top one won't work for HDDs from cIOSrev12 on.
- Also if you have WiiConnect24 enabled, test what happens if you disable it.
- If you have an IDE HDD, try both master and slave jumper settings(experts only!, very low chance to change something)

Try starting the loader after the HDD was connected and powered
Try starting the loader, connect and power the HD, and then selecct mount WBFS
Try starting the loader, select mount WBFS, connect the HDD, and then power it
Try starting the loader, select mount WBFS, power the HDD, and then connect it
Try starting the loader, select mount WBFS, wait until tries left 20, connect the HDD, and then power it
Try starting the loader, select mount WBFS, wait until tries left 20, power the HDD, and then connect it

If all this does not help, get:
http://wiibrew.org/wiki/GeeXboX
start something from the HDD with it(requires 2 partitons, 1 wbfs and 1 other),
don't do anything to the HDD, do not unplug,
exit to HBC, start NeoGamma and try to connect.

If GeeXboX is the only way for you to get your HDD working, please get in contact with the people at irc://irc.freenode.org/cIOS or me

And if even this does not work, try to get 2 partitions on the HDD:
1. FAT32 or NTFS
2. WBFS

And then try again, maybe try the GeeXboX trick again.





OPTIONS:

Hook Type:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! Required for debugging and Ocarina, the different option can differently reduce game compatibilty.

Ocarina:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! You can select which IOS to use to load the code file from storage.(only, if at all, required for sdhc cards)

Alternative .dol:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! "Disc" searches the disc for .dols and let's you select which one to load then. It should be ovious that only using a .dol different from the main.dol makes sense here. "Storage" load a .dol from sd or usb storage instead of loading the main.dol from disc. The .dol has to be in the folder 'NeoGamma' and the name has to be the first 6(or 4) characters of the disc id.

Boot Language:
Option which language to force. "Console Default" forces nothing, "Auto Force" forces english on NTSC-U games, and japanese on NTSC-J games. Forcing the language of the disc is required for some import games.

Force Video:
Option which video mode to use. "Disc" is the default and DOES NOT force anything and is THE option that works. "Wii" forces the video mode set in the Wii settings.

Patch Video:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! Patches the video mode(s) inside the main.dol to the video mode the game will be started with. This makes more import games playable with "correct" colors.

VIDTV Patch:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! For some games it fixes problems with japanese fonts. Maybe it also helps with forcing 50/60 Hz on games that would only support the other frequency.

Patch Country Strings:
ONLY ENABLE IF YOU NEED IT! Required for some import games, mostly people with japanese Wiis need this.

Storage device:
Defines which storage device is used for Ocarina, alternative .dol loading and .wip patches

Search patches:
Enables looking for .wip patch files in the NeoGamma folder on the selected storage device.

Gamecube Mode:
'MIOS' is the old behavior, it just starts the MIOS if a GC disc is inserted. 'internal' starts the included GC Backup Launcher from WiiGator(requires compatible cMIOS). 'external' starts an GC homebrew .dol from storage


WHICH cIOS TO USE:

d2x cIOS:
It's the inofficial descendant of Waninkoko's cIOS, based on it
Use base IOS56 unless you really need another base for something(like IOS58 for usb 2.0 cams)
More info:
http://gbatemp.net/t...nother-hot-fix?

Rev 20+21:
- Too lazy to write down everyting about them, skip them and use the latest d2x cIOS

Rev 19:
- allows using different IOS as base to fix games which require this
- Decrypted discs only work if IOS38 was used as base IOS. 1:1 discs should work fine
Seems to be the best cIOS so far(commendation #1)

Rev 18:
- allows using different IOS as base to fix games which require this
- sd/sdhc loading broken
- Can't play games with disc-in-the-drive-check games like Metroid Prime 3
- Decrypted discs only work if IOS38 was used as base IOS. 1:1 discs should work fine

Rev 17:
- contains BCA code
- Rebooter status unknown, may be broken, maybe not
- Same issues as with all other revisions: No instruments, no Monster Hunter Tri, possible online issues...
- DL minor bug, doesn't load the very last sector of DL discs, no reported problems because of this
Seems to be a good and stable cIOS(commendation #2)

Rev 16:
- Not compatbile with NeoGamma at all
- Same DL bug as rev14
- Maybe more issues, don't care

Rev 15:
- Not compatible with the disc channel(rebooter)
- Not compatible with NeoGamma

Rev 14:
- Not compatible with dual layer games, Super Smash Brothers Brawl DVD9 version is affected, DVD5 version works
- Some accessories don't work
- Maybe not compatible with some HDD enclosures that work on rev9/10 (issue with one of these would be: can't get HDD detected or can't start any games)
- Maybe not compatible with HDDs that spin down(only 1 report), but all other cIOS from Waninkoko are affected by this as well, issues are freezes in the middle of games
- Maybe muliplayer issues (strange reports, works for some people and for others it doesn't)
Heavily tested, no bigger issues other than the above reported(commendation #3)

Rev 13b:
- Plays most if not all games(but some accessories don't work)
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper patch to play games from usb without disc
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.

Rev 13a:
- Plays most if not all games(but some accessories don't work)
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper patch to play games from usb without disc
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.
Heavily tested, no bigger issues other than the above reported(commendation #4)

Rev 12:
- Totally broken 001 handling.
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)
- Slower than the other usb cIOS.
- Improper patch to play games from usb without disc
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.

Rev 11:
not tested! But it's the following is known:
-  1st cIOS that works on boot2v4/LU64+ Wiis
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch or totally broken one)
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.

Rev 10:
- 1st cIOS with sd loading support.
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.

Rev 9:
- 1st cIOS with usb loading support.
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)
- cIOS is not compatible with the disc channel.

Rev 8:
- Improper 001 handling(main.dol patch)
- Improper 002 handling(main.dol patch)

Rev 7:
- No dual layer support, the 2nd layer is just not accessible. Most if not all other games should work from disc.
No usb loading and no DL, but works fine(commendation #5)

Rev 6:
- No dual layer support
- "an error occured" on half games.

Rev 5:
- No dual layer support
- only support for decrypted discs.

On top of all this there are differences in HDD and accessoire compatiblity between the different usb loading cIOS.

CHANGELOG:

R9 beta 51 - > R9 beta 52

- Added basic Sneek+DI/Uneek+DI support.(with lots of help from Crediar) Boot Sneek/Uneek, and then boot NeoGamma.
- Added support for different .gct files on multi disc games. (example filename: RSPP012.gct if Wii Sports PAL had 2 discs)


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